Two Varied Morphologies Of Mandibular First Molar With Three Distal Root Canals: Case Report

Document Type : Primary Research paper


1 B.D.S., Third year Post graduate student Department of Conservative Dentistry and Endodontics

2 M.D.S, Reader Sree Balaji Dental College and Hospital,

3 M.D.S, Professor Bharath Institute of Higher Education and Research,

4 M.D.S, Professor Narayanapuram , Pallikaranai,Chennai -600100. Tamilnadu, India.


Mandibular first molars are the first posterior teeth to erupt in permanent dentition and are those that most often suffer from caries. They are also the teeth that exhibit considerable anatomical variation and abnormalities regarding the number of roots and root canals. Therefore the clinician should know the various morphologic aberrations occurring in this tooth before starting the treatment. The present case report is intended to provide a clinical insight of one such variation. The case reports presents with two mandibular first molars with 3 distal root canals and one root. The teeth was treated endodontically with the help of dental operating microscope and CBCT and successfully managed.


Volume 12, Issue 3 - Serial Number 3
ICMMNT-2021 International Virtual Conference on Materials, Manufacturing and Nanotechnology, 30th June, 2021.
June 2021
Pages 2082-2088