dental anatomy

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the branch of gross anatomy concerning with the morphology of teeth

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Knowledge of both normal and abnormal anatomy of teeth dictates the parameters for execution of root canal therapy and can directly affect the probability of success.
Careful examination of radiographs and the internal anatomy of teeth are essential for successful treatment.
It makes the knowledge of root anatomy of teeth in a population more important so that the enodontist can begin treating the teeth with a better understanding of what to expect.
8) In situations of extreme heat, it has been seen that the crown of the tooth detaches from the root, probably due to the anatomy of teeth allowing central vaporization of the pulp tissue.
Radiographs are helpful for the visualization of root anatomy, but these techniques do not allow for the observation of external and internal anatomy of teeth in three dimensions.