MANAGEMENT OF A MAXILLARY SECOND PREMOLAR WITH THREE ROOTS AND THREE ROOT CANALS- A RARE CASE REPORT

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The probability of a maxillary second premolar with three roots is very rare. Hence, a proper clinical and radiographic interpretation is necessary before starting any endodontic treatment. Mostly their presence is noticed only after a failed endodontic treatment due to continuing postoperative pain and discomfort. For clinical success, awareness of any abnormal variation of the internal anatomy of the tooth is quintessential. The present case report describes the diagnosis and clinical management of a maxillary...
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