A dedicated multidisciplinary specialist service for Salivary Gland Pathology
Our multi-disciplinary team has expertise in the assessment, diagnosis and management of patients with salivary gland disorders and forms part of the MercyAscot Head and Neck Service. The team works together to deliver the best possible care for your patients.
We will accurately diagnose your patient’s salivary gland disorders, arrange further specialist imaging, and initiate management based on state-of-the-art surgical techniques.
We are committed to working with your patients to provide a seamless approach in their assessment and management, eliminating delays in diagnosis, and reducing the need for multiple appointments.
We are also committed to close communication with you as the referrer, to help guide the patient through their treatment and rehabilitation as efficiently as possible.
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Obstructive sialadenitis is most commonly due to salivary stones and traditional surgery has been limited to open or transoral stone extraction, or removal of the affected gland with the potential for nerve injuries, persisting symptoms, or poor cosmesis.
Sialoendoscopy is a minimally-invasive technique using advanced precision instruments to navigate the salivary ducts and deal with all causes of salivary obstruction.
Performed as a day-stay procedure, it permits glandular preservation in 80-85% of patients with stones, and significantly improves quality of life in patients with autoimmune or RAI induced sialadenitis.