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Root Canal Variations of Maxillary First Molars: A Case Series

Author: YASAMIN GHAHRAMANI, ALI POOLADI
Abstract: Knowledge of the anatomic complexity of the root canal anatomy is essential in endodontic treatment. Root canal treatment of teeth with unusual anatomy offers a unique challenge for endodontists. This study presents three cases of nonsurgical root canal treatment of maxillary first molars with uncommon anatomy: I) a maxillary first molar with two orifices in the mesiobuccal root, two in distobuccal and one in palatal root, II) a maxillary first molar with two orifices in distobucccal and one in palatal root with a fusion of mesiobuccal and distobuccal roots, and III) a maxillary first molar with abnormal root length.
Keyword: Root canal, Anatomy, Variation, Maxillary First Molar
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.01.121
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