Department of Dentistry, S J M Dental College & Hospital, IndiaFulltext PDF
Introduction: Variation of pulp aperture, among teeth with multiple roots, constitutes recurring issue during diagnosing and completing efficient endodontic procedures. Understanding normal anatomy features and associated likely modifications is critical in the effective execution of the dental procedure, since inability to effectively treat simply one canal may end up into endodontic unsuccessful therapy. Methods: The paper covers a procedure whereby the root pattern and canals of maxillary second molar was modified employing operative microscope and verified with Cone-Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT). Results: CBCT revealed maxillary second molar containing 2 different palatal roots and canals and 2 distinct buccal roots and canals. Conclusion: Research paper presents and investigates morphological difference observed on maxillary second molar in order to guarantee the effectiveness of root canal treatment examined utilizing imaging techniques like CBCT.
2 separate palatal canals and roots; Cone beam computed tomography; Maxillary second molar
Aishwarya AK. A Clinical Case Record Concerning an Extraordinary Maxillary Second Molar Having 2 Separate Palatal Roots: Clinical Case Record. J Dent Oral Biol. 2023; 8(4): 1221..