Management of an Unusual Maxillary Canine: A Rare Entity

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Clinicians need to have intimate knowledge and thorough understanding of both pulp chamber and root canal anatomy. They should be aware of possibility of anatomical variations in the root canal system during endodontic treatment. Maxillary canines usually have single root and root canal but rarely may have single root with two root canals. This case describes a lengthier maxillary canine with two root canals.




Muppalla, J. N. K., Kavuda, K., Punna, R., & Vanapatla, A. (2015). Management of an Unusual Maxillary Canine: A Rare Entity. Case Reports in Dentistry, 2015.

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