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CES odontol. ISSN X. Knowing the root anatomy of each groups of teeth, it is an important aspect that contributes with other clinical aspects, to a better outcome of the procedures in endodontic micro-surgery MCE. Anatomical variations between individuals of the same population, arise in the endodontist, a detailed diagnostic evaluation of each particular case, which will facilitate the surgical approach. The objective of this review is to describe the anatomy and root canal system of different groups of teeth and anatomical changes according to available scientific literature to date, allowing the clinician to have a more comprehensive and detailed vision, you can apply for the planning and execution of procedures for MCE. All the contents of this journal, except where otherwise noted, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.

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Root anatomy, a view from the microsurgery endodontic: Review. Knowing the root anatomy of each groups of teeth, it is an important aspect that contributes with other clinical aspects, to a better outcome of the procedures in endodontic micro-surgery MCE.

Anatomical variations between individuals of the same population, arise in the endodontist, a detailed diagnostic evaluation of each particular case, which will facilitate the surgical approach.

The objective of this review is to describe the anatomy and root canal system of different groups of teeth and anatomical changes according to available scientific literature to date, allowing the clinician to have a more comprehensive and detailed vision, you can apply for the planning and execution of procedures for MCE. Kim S, Kratchman S.

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Symmetry of root and root canal morphology of maxillary and mandibular molars in a white population: a cone-beam computed tomography study in vivo. Root and canal morphology of Thai mandibular molars. Root canal configuration and the prevalence of C-shaped canals in mandibular second molars in an Iranian population. J Oral Sci. C-shaped root canal configuration: A review of literature. Anatomical and histological features of C-shaped canals in mandibular second molars.

The radix entomolaris and paramolaris: clinical approach in endodontics. Cross-sectional morphology and minimum canal wall widths in C-shaped roots of mandibular molars. C-shaped canal system in mandibular second molars: Part I--Anatomical features. Calle 10A No. Publicada desde Open Journal Systems. Servicio de ayuda de la revista. Notificaciones Vista Suscribirse. Archivos complementarios. Texto completo: PDF. Referencias Kim S. Principles of endodontic microsurgery.

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A Review. The micro-biological control and three-dimensional sealing of the root canalare the determining factors to achieve the success of endodontic treatment. Consequently, the objective of thisarticle was to update all the clinical procedures of retropreparation and disinfectionof the root canal in endodontic microsurgery, which was supportedwith the best evidence available to date. Keywords: Root anatomy, laser, endodontic microsurgery, retropreparationand ultrasonic instrument. Calle 10A No. Publicada desde Open Journal Systems.

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Cirugia Endodontica

Many endodontic failures are caused by the failure to place an adequate coronal seal. Therefore there is the competing interest of observing the tooth after endodontic treatment to ascertain successful treatment versus placing a definitive restoration. Many endodontic failures occur a year or more after the initial root canal treatment, often creating a situation in which a definitive restoration has already been placed. This situation creates a higher value for the tooth because it now may be supporting a fixed partial denture.

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Root anatomy, a view from the microsurgery endodontic: Review. Knowing the root anatomy of each groups of teeth, it is an important aspect that contributes with other clinical aspects, to a better outcome of the procedures in endodontic micro-surgery MCE. Anatomical variations between individuals of the same population, arise in the endodontist, a detailed diagnostic evaluation of each particular case, which will facilitate the surgical approach. The objective of this review is to describe the anatomy and root canal system of different groups of teeth and anatomical changes according to available scientific literature to date, allowing the clinician to have a more comprehensive and detailed vision, you can apply for the planning and execution of procedures for MCE. Kim S, Kratchman S. Modern endodontic surgery concepts and practice: a review. J Endod.

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