2019, Vol. 5 Issue 2, Part F
Root canal treatment of mandibular third molar with curved roots using hyflex EDM: A case report
AUTHOR(S): Dr. Anil K Tomer, Dr. Megna Bhatt, Dr. Afnan Ajaz Raina, Dr. Hysum Mushtaq, Dr. Ayush Tyagi and Dr. Shivendra Ahlawat
ABSTRACT:This case demonstrate root canal therapy of 2-canal mandibular third molar. Acute exacerbation was noted on previous intervention. Two canals (mesial and distal) were identified. Clinician need to be aware of the variations in the root canal anatomy of third molar. During clinical examination, the dental practitioner should identify the extension of decay and possibility for restoration, mouth opening and accessibility and future involvement as a functional component in a proposed treatment plan. For instance, third molars having dilacerated roots might be a risk factor for stress concentrations and displacements if selected as an abutment in a fixed prosthesis.
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Dr. Anil K Tomer, Dr. Megna Bhatt, Dr. Afnan Ajaz Raina, Dr. Hysum Mushtaq, Dr. Ayush Tyagi, Dr. Shivendra Ahlawat. Root canal treatment of mandibular third molar with curved roots using hyflex EDM: A case report. Int J Appl Dent Sci 2019;5(2):357-358.