PRIMARY MANDIBULAR 2ND MOLAR WITH FOUR ROOTS AND FIVE ROOT CANALS: A RARE ENTITY

Dr. Noopur Kaushik , Dr. Nikhil Srivastava , Dr. Vivek Rana , Dr. Neha Sharma , Dr. Priyadarshini Bhatia

Abstract


An in depth knowledge of root canal anatomy and its variations is important for the success of the treatment. The present case is one such in which an additional root and root canal was found in mandibular second primary molar.


Keywords


Primary Second Mandibular Molar, Five root Canals, Mayne’s appliance, CBCT.

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