Sarath Raj Kavuri Department of Conservative Dentistry & Endodontics, SIBAR Institute of Dental Sciences, Guntur, A.P. India
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The case describes a 3 months follow-up of the treatment of a maxillary canine with two roots. Clinical examination revealed a maxillary canine with a large carious lesion and an exaggerated response to cold thermal tests. Radiographic examination revealed a large distal carious lesion that appeared to invade the pulp chamber. The radiograph also revealed what appeared to be an extra root in this permanent maxillary canine.