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Unusual pathways—From frustration to fascination

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The main objectives of root canal treatment are thorough shaping and cleaning of all pulp spaces and its complete obturation with an inert filling material. The presence of untreated canal may be a reason for failure of endodontic therapy. To achieve satisfactory root canal therapy, a proper and in-depth knowledge of complex and abnormal root canal morphology is essential.

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Verma, P. , Yadav, R. , Chandra, A. and Tikku, A. (2012) Unusual pathways—From frustration to fascination. Open Journal of Stomatology, 2, 77-80. doi: 10.4236/ojst.2012.22014.

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