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Journal: International Journal of Advanced Research (Vol.6, No. 9)

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Page : 985-993

Keywords : Permanent mandibular first molar; Radixentomolaris(RE) radix paramolaris(RP) middle distal canal;

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With the increasing number of reports of aberrant root canal morphology, the clinician needs to be aware of the variable anatomy.Normally the permanent mandibular first molar has two roots, mesial and distal, but mandibular molars may have an additional root located either buccally (radix paramolaris) or lingually (radix entomolaris). Understanding of the presence of an additional root and its root canal anatomy is essential for successful treatment outcome. Various case reports have been published with the finding of middle mesial canal in mandibular first molar, however finding of three distal canals in distal roots of mandibular first molar is rare. These case series focus mainly on the diagnosis and management of variable root canal anatomy.

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