Variation of Maxillary First Premolar with Three Root Canals

Abstract

Background: Successful endodontic treatment requires effective biomechanical preparation of the root canals and three-dimensional obturation of the root canal system. This can be achieved only by knowing and identifying the variations in the root canal system of the endodontically treated teeth. The Aim: The aim of this article is to present cases of endodontic treatment of maxillary first premolar with three root canals – different types. Material and Methods: Five clinical cases of successful endodontic treatment of patients with maxillary first premolar and three root canals are described. Result and Discussion: It is noted that good endodontic practice requires good knowledge of dental anatomy and possible variations, accurate X-ray images, as well as use of magnifying equipment. Conclusion: Knowledge of dental anatomy is fundamental for good endodontic practice.

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@inproceedings{Kirilova2014VariationOM, title={Variation of Maxillary First Premolar with Three Root Canals}, author={Janet Kirilova and Snezhanka Topalova-Pirinska and Dimiter Kirov}, year={2014} }