Category: Anatomy 3
By Dr Ken Serota | Posted November 15, 2013
Previous findings on the internal anatomy of the furcation area led researchers to assume that pathways of communication between the pulp chamber and the external root surface occurred through accessory canals, not through the dentinal tubules.
By Dr. Barry H. Korzen | Posted August 28, 2013
Understanding the various anatomical configurations possible in the apical portion of the root canal system is one of the essential aspects of ensuring clinical success. Alothmani et al have published a review of the literature dealing with this important topic which serves as a good review for all practitioners.