ISSN: 0975-8798, 0976-156X
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Krishna Prasad Parvathaneni, Bharani Devi Parvathaneni, Mahesh Motlani
The main objective of endodontic therapy is the restoration of the tooth to its proper form and function. In recent years increasing emphasis is laid on retaining pulpally involved teeth by dentists. To achieve satisfactory root canal therapy, a proper and in-depth knowledge of complex and abnormal root canal morphology is essential. Recognition of abnormal configuration enables the operator to better debride and obturate the root canal space to afford greater success in endodontics. Mandibular second premolar has a number of variations; one among them is having three root canals. This article describes a case of mandibular second bicuspid with unusual canals that is treated successfully.