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Three-Canal Maxillary Premolar Teeth: A Clinical Reality

Description:
To treat three-canal maxillary premolar teeth predictably, it is necessary to be aware of the clinical and radiographic anatomy. These teeth may also require special shaping and obturation techniques. The purpose of this presentation is to show the complete procedure of an endodontic treatment of a upper left second premolar with three root canals.

Date Added:
2/18/2013

Author(s):

Carlos Alfonso Morais, DDS Carlos Alfonso Morais, DDS
Dr Carlos Morais, graduated as a DDS in 2006, in Lisbon Portugal. He has a Master degree in Endodontics, from the University of Barcelona, 2008. He also has a post grad...
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Questions & Comments
s m - (8/21/2014 1:47 AM)

hello, would you pls explain about the way of preparation of canal an filling the calans during endodontic therapy

milind saudagar - (3/19/2013 11:29 PM)

thank you very much for a nice case done and presented. do you always use obtura for obturations?

Dr. Stefan Klinge - (3/6/2013 3:14 PM)

Thank you very much for this case presentation. In my experience, premolares are the real challenge, because they are often underestimated. You may have a look on my case also. http://www.dentalxp.com/video/endodontics-therapy-the-upper-second-1011896.aspx?locale= Best regards Stefan Klinge Germany

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