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Periodontal-Prosthodontic Management of Furcation involved Radix Entomolaris and Two Rooted Maxillary Molar: Save a Tooth to Save Bone


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Failure to identify developmental and morphological variations of teeth can lead to unsuccessful therapy. Most mandibular molars have two ischolar_mains and maxillary have three ischolar_mains. This article presents periodontal therapy of two cases with the variation in number of ischolar_mains, one with three ischolar_mained mandibular first molar that has presence of extra distolingual ischolar_main also called as radix entomolaris and other the two ischolar_mained maxillary third molar having mesial and distal ischolar_main and absence of palatal ischolar_main. Both the cases had advanced grade II furcation involvement and were treated with ischolar_main resection and restored with final prosthesis as a functional component of the dental arch.


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Furcation Involvement, Radix Entomolaris, Root Resection, Two Rooted Maxillary Molar.
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Authors

Lalitha B. Shiggaon
Department of Periodontics and Oral Implantology, JMF’s ACPM Dental College, Dhule – 424001, Maharashtra, India
Mayur A. Dhavan
Department of Periodontics and Oral Implantology, JMF’s ACPM Dental College, Dhule – 424001, Maharashtra, India
Yugandhara Y. Khadse
Department of Periodontics and Oral Implantology, JMF’s ACPM Dental College, Dhule – 424001, Maharashtra, India
Swapnil S. Karwa
Department of Periodontics and Oral Implantology, JMF’s ACPM Dental College, Dhule – 424001, Maharashtra, India

Abstract


Failure to identify developmental and morphological variations of teeth can lead to unsuccessful therapy. Most mandibular molars have two ischolar_mains and maxillary have three ischolar_mains. This article presents periodontal therapy of two cases with the variation in number of ischolar_mains, one with three ischolar_mained mandibular first molar that has presence of extra distolingual ischolar_main also called as radix entomolaris and other the two ischolar_mained maxillary third molar having mesial and distal ischolar_main and absence of palatal ischolar_main. Both the cases had advanced grade II furcation involvement and were treated with ischolar_main resection and restored with final prosthesis as a functional component of the dental arch.


Keywords


Furcation Involvement, Radix Entomolaris, Root Resection, Two Rooted Maxillary Molar.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.18311/jpfa%2F2019%2F23816