Análisis de la morfología interna del primer molar superior mediante la técnica de diafanización

Priscilla Medina Sotomayor, Vanessa Montesinos Rivera, María José Sánchez Ordóñez

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Objetivo: determinar la morfología interna del primer molar superior en una muestra obtenida en Cuenca-Ecuador mediante la técnica de diafanización. Materiales y métodos: en una muestra de 84 primeros molares superiores y siguiendo la clasificación de Vertucci se analizó la morfología interna de los conductos radiculares mediante la técnica de diafanización. Resultados: el 58% de la muestra presentó tres conductos radiculares, seguido por la presencia de cuatro conductos radiculares en un 38% de los casos. El conducto visible en la figura 1 (a) de la ilustración fue el más frecuente, solo se encontró un conducto en la raíz mesio vestibular. Conclusiones: en la muestra analizada existe mayor frecuencia de tres conductos radiculares con configuración tipo I.

 


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Endodoncia; Técnica de descalcificación; Diafanización; Anatomía; Primer molar superior; Ecuador

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