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IP Indian Journal of Conservative and Endodontics


Endodontic treatment of rare anatomical complexity, two canals in maxillary lateral incisor: A case report


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Author Details : Shalini Singh, Eliezer Rapsang, Nitin Mirdha, Yesh Sharma, Rahul VC Tiwari

Volume : 3, Issue : 1, Year : 2018

Article Page : 29-30


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Abstract

Maxillary lateral incisors classically has configuration of one root with one canal. However, variation in anatomy and morphology is not an exception. Radiographs from different angulations specially mesial and distal are critical in such cases of atypical root canal anatomy, although more precision can be expected with operating microscope and cone-beam computerized tomography (CBCT). Meticulous knowledge and careful diagnosis of canal configurations, developmental anomalies and careful pretreatment assessment of radiographs is essential. This case report enlightens the need for consideration during endodontic management of maxillary lateral incisors.

Keywords: Maxillary lateral incisor, Two canals, Endodontic management.

Doi : 10.18231/2456-8953.2018.0008

How to cite : Singh S, Rapsang E, Mirdha N, Sharma Y, Tiwari R V, Endodontic treatment of rare anatomical complexity, two canals in maxillary lateral incisor: A case report. IP Indian J Conserv Endod 2018;3(1):29-30

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