Most individuals have experienced a change in their voice at some point in their life. This could be something as simple as singing too loudly and waking up the next day to a scratchy throat. On the other end of the spectrum a change in voice can be a symptom of a nasal polyp. Many conditions have similar symptoms. This is why at the first sign of trouble you should schedule an appointment with one of our experienced ENT physicians.

Salivary Gland Disease

The salivary glands, located in the mouth and throat, are responsible for producing saliva to keep food moist, making it easier to chew and swallow. Saliva also aids in digestion, keeps teeth from decaying and contains antibodies that keep the mouth clean and germ-free. Disorders of the salivary glands can interfere with these processes and…

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