2019, Vol. 5 Issue 3, Part E
Unilateral radix entomolaris in primary first molar: A rare entity
AUTHOR(S): Reena Rani, Sanjay Chachra, Shivangi Verma, Diksha Sharma, Parthvi Singh and Archana Chandel
ABSTRACT:In present, Pediatric dentistry is not just about teeth and gums that are easily visible to everyone in children’s mouth rather it has now become about those structures that are difficult to identify/hidden and often remain undiagnosed under some circumstances. An awareness regarding the variations in root morphology in primary teeth is very important among clinicians to render the best treatment and to maintain these teeth into the oral cavity. Primary mandibular first molars usually exhibit two roots with three canals. It is very rare that and additional root is present. The aim of this case report is to present the case of Radix Entomolaris in primary mandibular first molar and to describe its clinical significance.
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How to cite this article:
Reena Rani, Sanjay Chachra, Shivangi Verma, Diksha Sharma, Parthvi Singh, Archana Chandel. Unilateral radix entomolaris in primary first molar: A rare entity. Int J Appl Dent Sci 2019;5(3):297-298.