Revista de Odontología Clínica y Salud Bucal


Maxillary molars: Retreatment for Root canal

Bruna Marcos

The current correspondence portrays the endodontic retreatment of an uncommon fourestablished maxillary second molar. A patient was alluded to the dental work on mentioning an apicoectomy due to nonstop and long-lasting agony response a half year later the main endodontic treatment. The sent radiograph showed three filled root canal (one mesial, two distal) and four radio graphically superimposing roots (two mesial, two distal). Because of the analyzed on going apical periodontitis and in light of the apparent untreated root trench, the endodontically retreat the quadrangular tooth against the alluded apicoectomy.