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Saving face with sialendoscopy

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September 10, 2013
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Statistics show that nearly one out of every 100 people will suffer from salivary gland stones. The standard treatment is surgery, which can be risky and leave a big scar. Now there is new technology that allows surgeons to remove those stones without using the scalpel.


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