Gland under tongue squirts
Salivary Gland Infections - Healthline
Mar 23, 2008 Best Answer: In order to moisturize and partly digest the food you eat saliva secretion increases through four openings (two on each side), two of these openings are inside your cheeks and two are under your tongue. When you chew on gum, your saliva squirts out of the opening under your tongue.
Salivary Gland Disorders - Ear, Nose, and Throat
A salivary gland infection occurs when a bacterial or viral infection affects your salivary gland or duct. The infection can result from reduced saliva flow, which can be due to a
under-tongue saliva squirt - Everything2com
The parotid glands, the largest pair of salivary glands, lie just behind the angle of the jaw, below and in front of the ears. The sublingual glands and the submandibular glands, the two smaller pairs, lie deep in the floor of the mouth.