DENS INVAGINATUS IN MAXILLARY CANINE
During daily routine dental practice adentist faces different types of dental anomalies. Some of these represent a real challenge, Dense in dents (Dens Invaginatus) is one of these challenging dental anomalies. It is a relatively rare dental anomaly and mainly affects permanent teeth. Maxillary lateral incisors, followed by the maxillary central incisors are most commonly affected with the invagination, while canines, premolars and molars are rarely affected. This report presents a successful root canal treatment of a maxillary canine with type II Dens invaginatus and a chronic apical abscess.
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