2016, Vol. 2 Issue 1, Part A
Anatomical miscellany in molars: Their endodontic management
AUTHOR(S): M Jyothi, A Mounika, K Girish, BS Jyothirmayi, R Subash, MH Sruthi Keerthi
ABSTRACT:Root canal anatomy is highly complex and unpredictable. Success of endodontic treatment depends on proper identification of all the canals, thorough chemo-mechanical preparation followed by three dimensional obturation with hermetic seal. Failure of any of these steps may occur due to unusual tooth morphology. The risk of missing anatomy during root canal treatment is high because of the complexity of the root canal system. The knowledge of normal anatomy and its frequent variations can greatly enhance the success rate of endodontic practice.
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How to cite this article:
M Jyothi, A Mounika, K Girish, BS Jyothirmayi, R Subash, MH Sruthi Keerthi. Anatomical miscellany in molars: Their endodontic management. Int J Appl Dent Sci 2016;2(1):06-09.