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ENDO 7 (2013), No. 2     12. June 2013
ENDO 7 (2013), No. 2  (12.06.2013)

Page 97-100

Mandibular canine with two roots and three canals - report of a rare case
Desai, Niranjan / Srinidhi, S. R.
Multiple angulated preoperative radiographs, careful exploration of the pulp chamber floor, together with the knowledge of canal morphology, are prerequisites for locating extra canals. Mandibular canines usually exhibit a single root and canal. The related literature reveals very few studies showing extra roots and canals in these teeth. This case report presents the successful root canal treatment of a rare occurrence in a mandibular canine of two roots and three canals.

Keywords: aberrant root canal morphology, mandibular canine, multiple canals