Bilateral three-rooted primary lower molars.

Abstract

The dental literature contains a small number of reports of primary multi-rooted anomalies. Among these reports the majority are regarding three-rooted primary mandibular second molar anomalies. The presence of bilateral three-rooted primary mandibular first and second molars is uncommon. There have been no reports of three-rooted primary molars from India… (More)
DOI: 10.4103/0970-9290.107449

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