The glands located in your mouth and throat. The most important secretion glands are the salivary gland, submandibular, and articulator glands. They all secrete saliva into your mouth, the salivary gland through tubes that drain saliva referred to as salivary glands, close to your higher teeth, submandibular beneath your tongue, and therefore the articulator through several ducts within the floor of your mouth. Besides these glands, there are small glands referred to as minor salivary glands placed in your lips, inner cheek space (buccal mucosa), and extensively in alternative linings of your mouth and throat.
Besides these glands, there are many tiny glands called minor salivary glands located in your lips, inner cheek area (buccal mucosa), and extensively in other linings of your mouth and throat. Salivary glands produce the saliva used to moisten your mouth, initiate digestion, and help protect your teeth from decay.