Paulo César Saquy

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Dens evaginatus is a developmental anomaly characterized by the occurrence of an extra cusp shaped as a tubercle projecting from the palatal or buccal surfaces (talon cusp). In the anterior dentition, dens evaginatus is more commonly found in the maxilla and on the palatal surface of the tooth. The authors present a case of dens evaginatus in a maxillary(More)
The external anatomy of 435 maxillary second premolars and the internal anatomy of 300 of these premolars were studied in vitro. For the study of the internal anatomy, the teeth were decalcified and cleared. One canal was found in 67.3% of the second premolars, two canals in 32.4% and three canals in 0.3% of these premolars. A total of 90.3% had one root(More)
The postural risk factors for dentists include the ease of vision in the workplace, cold, vibration and mechanical pressure in tissues, incorrect posture, functional fixity, cognitive requirements and work-related organizational and psychosocial factors. The objective was to analyze the posture of endodontists at the workplace. Eighteen right-handed(More)
Maxillary molars present variable root canal and root morphologies. This report describes the endodontic management of two cases of midbuccal canals found in maxillary molars. Midbuccal canals were present in a maxillary first molar with a single buccal root (Case 1), and in a maxillary second molar with three buccal roots (Case 2). An assessment of the(More)
Endodontic treatment was performed in a maxillary lateral incisor presenting two different types of anomalies: dens invaginatus and transposition to the region of the canine. The two transposed teeth were subsequently restored with light-cured composite, bringing dental esthetics to normal in a single session.
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