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Treatment of two canals in all mandibular incisor teeth in the same patient.

Kokane VB, Patil SN, Gunwal MK, Kubde R, Atre S - Case Rep Dent (2014)

Bottom Line: The main reason for unfavourable outcome in endodontic treatment of mandibular incisor is the inability to detect the presence of second canal.Pain even after extirpation of complete pulp tissue from root canal of vital teeth is the main indication of hidden canals.The present case report is also on pain because of another neglected canal in all mandibular incisors in the same patient.

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Affiliation: Department of Conservative Dentistry & Endodontics, VSPM Dental College & Research Centre of Nagpur, Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik 440019, India.

ABSTRACT
The main reason for unfavourable outcome in endodontic treatment of mandibular incisor is the inability to detect the presence of second canal. Pain even after extirpation of complete pulp tissue from root canal of vital teeth is the main indication of hidden canals. The present case report is also on pain because of another neglected canal in all mandibular incisors in the same patient.

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Radiograph showing two different instruments (“H” file and Reamer) in two canals in 31 and 32.
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fig3: Radiograph showing two different instruments (“H” file and Reamer) in two canals in 31 and 32.

Mentions: The access openings of 31, 32, 41, and 42 were modified and widened buccolingually and extended into cingulum gingivally, which revealed the presence of a lingual canal (Figure 2). The patency was checked using a no. 10 k file. Working length was determined by placing a 20. no. H file in the buccal canal & 15 no. reamer in the lingual canal using digital radiography. The presence of separate canals was confirmed using different angulations (Figures 3, 4, and 5). Biomechanical preparation was carried out using conventional hand instruments. 2.5% of sodium hypochlorite and 17% EDTA were used for irrigation. The canals were rinsed with normal saline after each instrument change.


Treatment of two canals in all mandibular incisor teeth in the same patient.

Kokane VB, Patil SN, Gunwal MK, Kubde R, Atre S - Case Rep Dent (2014)

Radiograph showing two different instruments (“H” file and Reamer) in two canals in 31 and 32.
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fig3: Radiograph showing two different instruments (“H” file and Reamer) in two canals in 31 and 32.
Mentions: The access openings of 31, 32, 41, and 42 were modified and widened buccolingually and extended into cingulum gingivally, which revealed the presence of a lingual canal (Figure 2). The patency was checked using a no. 10 k file. Working length was determined by placing a 20. no. H file in the buccal canal & 15 no. reamer in the lingual canal using digital radiography. The presence of separate canals was confirmed using different angulations (Figures 3, 4, and 5). Biomechanical preparation was carried out using conventional hand instruments. 2.5% of sodium hypochlorite and 17% EDTA were used for irrigation. The canals were rinsed with normal saline after each instrument change.

Bottom Line: The main reason for unfavourable outcome in endodontic treatment of mandibular incisor is the inability to detect the presence of second canal.Pain even after extirpation of complete pulp tissue from root canal of vital teeth is the main indication of hidden canals.The present case report is also on pain because of another neglected canal in all mandibular incisors in the same patient.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Conservative Dentistry & Endodontics, VSPM Dental College & Research Centre of Nagpur, Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik 440019, India.

ABSTRACT
The main reason for unfavourable outcome in endodontic treatment of mandibular incisor is the inability to detect the presence of second canal. Pain even after extirpation of complete pulp tissue from root canal of vital teeth is the main indication of hidden canals. The present case report is also on pain because of another neglected canal in all mandibular incisors in the same patient.

No MeSH data available.