Rare Occurrence of Single Rooted Mandibular Left First and Third Permanent Mandibular Molar: A Case Report

  • Neha Bansal
  • Himanshu Mehta
  • Tushar Rathor
  • Nalini Trivedi
Keywords: First Molar, Third Molar, Single Canal, Single Root

Abstract

For any practicing clinician, successful endodontic therapy is highly dependent upon complete knowledge of the anatomy and the variations present in the human dentition. There are variances in anatomical configurations in teeth seen across the globe and might needs specialized treatment techniques. The tendency of Asians to show a C- shaped canal morphology has been documented in the literature, however, in contrast to those findings, we report a unique and a rare case of  left mandibular first and third molars

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Author Biographies

Neha Bansal

Junior Resident

Department of Denstistry

Guru Teg Bahadur Hospital

New Delhi 110095

Himanshu Mehta

Junior Resident
Department of Denstistry
Guru Teg Bahadur Hospital
New Delhi 110095

Tushar Rathor

Junior Resident
Department of Denstistry
Guru Teg Bahadur Hospital
New Delhi 110095

Nalini Trivedi

Junior Resident
Department of Denstistry
Guru Teg Bahadur Hospital
New Delhi 110095

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Published
2019-09-22
How to Cite
Neha Bansal, Himanshu Mehta, Tushar Rathor, & Nalini Trivedi. (2019). Rare Occurrence of Single Rooted Mandibular Left First and Third Permanent Mandibular Molar: A Case Report . International Healthcare Research Journal, 3(6), 198-200. https://doi.org/10.26440/IHRJ/0306.09290