variant of normal anatomy


Case of the week: Multirooted Maxillary Central Incisor

This weeks case was a really cool find.  All the endo residents wanted to treat it as it would be an amazing boards case.  Granted the tooth is in good health and no endodontic therapy is needed.  So here is a multirooted maxillary central incisor. Note the two orange arrows […]


Case of the week: Double Lingual Foramina 4

This weeks case is an interesting variant of normal anatomy – two lingual foramina seen on a periapical radiograph.  Some patients can have up to three lingual foramina. Note the two well-defined, circular radiolucent entities inferior to the mandibular central incisors.  The superior one is larger than the inferior one. […]