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Root Canal Treatment of a Maxillary Second Molar with Two Palatal Canals: a Case Report.

Nabavizadeh M, Abbaszadegan A, Mirhadi H, Ghahramani Y - J Dent (Shiraz) (2015)

Bottom Line: Careful understanding of internal anatomy of root canal system is crucial for successful endodontic treatment.The presence of two palatal canals in maxillary second molar is unusual but noteworthy as an aid to appropriate diagnosis and treatment.This paper reported a case of a maxillary right second molar with two root canals in the palatal root.

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Affiliation: Dept. of Endodontics, School of Dentistry, Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, Shiraz, Iran.

ABSTRACT
Careful understanding of internal anatomy of root canal system is crucial for successful endodontic treatment. The presence of two palatal canals in maxillary second molar is unusual but noteworthy as an aid to appropriate diagnosis and treatment. This paper reported a case of a maxillary right second molar with two root canals in the palatal root. The root canal treatment and case management were also explained.

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Final obturation. Yellow arrow shows the mesiobuccal apex, red and green arrows determine the distobuccal and palatal apices, respectively. Distopalatal and mesiopalatal canals merged into one apex.
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Figure 4: Final obturation. Yellow arrow shows the mesiobuccal apex, red and green arrows determine the distobuccal and palatal apices, respectively. Distopalatal and mesiopalatal canals merged into one apex.

Mentions: NiTi rotary ProTapers and 5.25% NaOCl were employed to prepare and clean the root canals. Then, the canals were obturated by using cold lateral condensation technique with AH26 sealer (Dentsply DeTrey; Konstanz, Germany) and gutta-percha cones on the same visit. (Figure 4) After the temporary restoration of the access cavity with temporary filling material (Cavit; 3M, ESPE), the patient was referred for permanent restoration.


Root Canal Treatment of a Maxillary Second Molar with Two Palatal Canals: a Case Report.

Nabavizadeh M, Abbaszadegan A, Mirhadi H, Ghahramani Y - J Dent (Shiraz) (2015)

Final obturation. Yellow arrow shows the mesiobuccal apex, red and green arrows determine the distobuccal and palatal apices, respectively. Distopalatal and mesiopalatal canals merged into one apex.
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Figure 4: Final obturation. Yellow arrow shows the mesiobuccal apex, red and green arrows determine the distobuccal and palatal apices, respectively. Distopalatal and mesiopalatal canals merged into one apex.
Mentions: NiTi rotary ProTapers and 5.25% NaOCl were employed to prepare and clean the root canals. Then, the canals were obturated by using cold lateral condensation technique with AH26 sealer (Dentsply DeTrey; Konstanz, Germany) and gutta-percha cones on the same visit. (Figure 4) After the temporary restoration of the access cavity with temporary filling material (Cavit; 3M, ESPE), the patient was referred for permanent restoration.

Bottom Line: Careful understanding of internal anatomy of root canal system is crucial for successful endodontic treatment.The presence of two palatal canals in maxillary second molar is unusual but noteworthy as an aid to appropriate diagnosis and treatment.This paper reported a case of a maxillary right second molar with two root canals in the palatal root.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Dept. of Endodontics, School of Dentistry, Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, Shiraz, Iran.

ABSTRACT
Careful understanding of internal anatomy of root canal system is crucial for successful endodontic treatment. The presence of two palatal canals in maxillary second molar is unusual but noteworthy as an aid to appropriate diagnosis and treatment. This paper reported a case of a maxillary right second molar with two root canals in the palatal root. The root canal treatment and case management were also explained.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus