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Estudo da Anatomia Interna dos Pré-Molares – Revisão de Literatura

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15603/2176-1000/odonto.v19n37p63-72

https://www.metodista.br/revistas/revistas-ims/index.php/O1/index 

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Cecília P. Portela1, Flares Baratto Filho2, Flávia S. F. Tomazinho2, Gisele M. Correr2, Alexandre Moro2 & Ricardo C. Moresca2

 

Resumo: Introdução: com a intenção de reforçar a estreita relação existente entre o conhecimento da anatomia interna e a obtenção do sucesso no tratamento endodôntico, são relatadas aqui características da anatomia interna presentes no grupo dental dos pré-molares. Revisão de literatura: as alterações morfológicas quando desconsideradas podem dificultar a terapia endodôntica. A resolução de casos com anatomia incomum exige consequentemente, mudanças no método de diagnóstico, assim como no tratamento. Conclusão: a identificação, e, portanto, o tratamento satisfatório de raízes e canais diferenciados, diminui a persistência dos sinais e sintomas, reduzindo, assim as possíveis causas de um retratamento.

Palavras-chave: Anatomia; Endodontia; Pré-molar.

 

Abstract: Introduction: intended to illustrate and reinforce the close link between knowledge of internal anatomy and the achievement of success in endodontic treatment, are reported here characteristic of the internal anatomy in the dental group of premolars. Literature review: the morphological changes when discarded can complicate the endodontic therapy. The resolution of cases with unusual anatomy requires, therefore, changes in the method of diagnosis, and treatment. Conclusion: the identification and, therefore, the satisfactory treatment of roots and different canals, reduces the persistence of signs and symptoms, reducing thus, the possible causes of a retreatment.

Keywords: Anatomy; Endodontics; Premolar.

 

1 CD, Aluna do Mestrado em Odontologia – Faculdade de Odontologia, Universidade Positivo, Curitiba.
2 CD, Ms, Dr, Professor, Faculdade de Odontologia, Universidade Positivo, Curitiba.

 

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