Category: Anatomy 2
By Dr. Barry H. Korzen | Posted January 19, 2014
Three cases reporting a similar configuration on the pulp chamber floor with the presence of both a MP and DP canals are discussed. As the authors stated in the report “Although the incidence is low, possible variations in the most common anatomic configurations may be present and should be explored.”
By Dr. Michael Trudeau | Posted April 23, 2013
Using the CBCT to guide the microscope, we were able to find, and treat the missing anatomy of a lower molar.
By Dr Ken Serota | Posted April 11, 2013
While NOT a true case study in the classical sense, it is nonetheless a reminder that every case begins with a thorough and extensive knowledge of the root canal anatomy. The root canal space has been codified by insurance needs into “n” canals and in many cases, consultants […]