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Year : 2002  |  Volume : 5  |  Issue : 2  |  Page : 83-85

Endodontic Treatment Of Mandibular Canine With Type II Canal Morphology : A Case Report

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Sanjay Nandwani

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Endodontic failure can occur because of failure to locate, clean and obturate the entire root canal system. Any tooth can have variations in its shape, size, number of roots and number of root canals. Variations are rule of nature. Mandibular Canine is reported to have one canal, two canals and three canals. A case report is presented of endodontic treatment of mandibular canine with type II canal morphology, i.e,. two separate canals leaving the pulp chamber but merging short of the apex to from only one canal.

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