Salivary glands, parotis gland which is the largest (glands around the ear), and glands submandibular (glands under the angle of the jaw) produce secretions which are shed in the mouth and serve to facilitate chewing, swallowing, protect teeth and wasted food . These glands may increase for different reasons as in the case of their infection (mumps) or benign or malignant tumors. In most cases (80% of cases) these glands are affected by benign tumors wich in parotis gland can be placed in all its lobbies but most often occur in the upper lobby. Not excluded malignant tumors, that often occur as irregular masses, fixed tissues and solid to the touch. In cases of parotis gland tumors, the patient is presented with a mass set before the ear extending to the lower jaw.The removal of the salivary glands is performed in cases of benign or malignant tumors, their chronic infections or their blocking channels mainly from stones.The surgery is performed under general anesthesia.