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May 29, 2011

Mandibular First Premolar

Often considered an enigma to the endodontist, the mandibular...read more.

 

 

Keywords: micro-computed tomography, micro-ct, marco versiani, micro-computer tomography, high resolution x-ray tomography, dental anatomy, root canal anatomy

May 19, 2011

Maxillary First Molar

Loss of the maxillary first and second molars is often the reason for...read more.

 
 
 

Keywords: micro-computed tomography, micro-ct, marco versiani, micro-computer tomography, high resolution x-ray tomography, dental anatomy, root canal anatomy

May 10, 2011

Mandibular Third Molar

Anatomically unpredictable, the mandibular third molar must be...read more.

 

 

Keywords: micro-computed tomography, micro-ct, marco versiani, micro-computer tomography, high resolution x-ray tomography, dental anatomy, root canal anatomy

May 7, 2011

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May 5, 2011

Maxillary Second Molar

Coronally, the maxillary second molar closely resembles the maxillary first molar, although it is not as... Read more.


 

 

Keywords: micro-computed tomography, micro-ct, marco versiani, micro-computer tomography, high resolution x-ray tomography, dental anatomy, root canal anatomy