Endodontic management of type II dens invaginatus: a case report

AUTHOR(s) : Yaduka Pallavi, Kataki Rubi, Angami Neingutunuo
DOI No. : 10.31741/ijhrmlp.v5.i2.2019.20

Dens Invaginatus is a rare developmental anomaly that occurs due to invagination of enamel organ. Due to its complex anatomy, it often leads to early involvement of the pulp. Its aberrant anatomy poses a challenge to the dentists in cleaning and shaping of the root canal and subsequent obturation. Knowledge of root canal morphology and its anomalies are important for the success of endodontic treatment. Advanced imaging techniques like Cone Beam Computed Tomography offer the advantage of detailed 3D imaging and are helpful in treatment planning compared to conventional radiographs. This article presents a case report on endodontic management of Type II Dens invaginatus.

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