The advent of CBCT technology for routine dental imaging has led to the discovery of complex root forms like the fused distobuccal-palatal root in maxillary molars which are troublesome for endodontic treatment
Case: Patient presented on recall with a complex anatomic form
Patient: 65-year-old female with mild hypertension and an irregular heartbeat
Chief Complaint (1999): Severe cold sensitivity after a crown preparation (#14)
Dental History (1999): Deep caries, history of crown fracture and a deep base placed during crown preparation (#14). The referring dentist referred the patient for an endodontic evaluation after symptoms developed.
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