A review of literature reveals that the anatomy of maxillary central incisors is single-rooted teeth with a single canal in 100% of cases. The prevalence of maxillary central incisors with 2 roots is extremely rare and has never been investigated; only a few clinical case reports have been published (Levin et al. 2015).
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The following outstanding clinical case was performed by
Dr. Konstantinos Kalogeropoulos
and posted in the Facebook page 'Athens Endo'
Below, the anatomy of a similar three-rooted maxillary premolar is detailed