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Vertucci (12) categorized lateral canals according to their location (coronal, middle, apical or furcation), but no information on the accessory canal configuration and type (patent, blind or loop) was provided.
The clinical significance and management of apical accessory canals in maxillary central incisors.
The centrally compacted gutta-percha creates a predictable and consistent 3D fill that follows curves, finds accessory canals and flows into intercanal isthmuses.
This results in "accessory canals" and can be formed anywhere in the root, leading to periodontal-endodontic communication [1].
It has an antibacterial effect and allows disinfection in accessory canals and dentin tubules which can not be mechanically cleaned (51).
The pulp can be invaded from periodontium through apical foramen, accessory canals and lateral canals.
Causes of failure include incomplete obturation, root perforation, external root resorption, coexistent periodontal-peri- radicular lesions, grossly overfilled or overextended canals, canals left unfilled, developing apical cysts, adjacent pulpless teeth, inadvertently removed silver points, broken instruments, unfilled accessory canals, constant trauma, and nasal floor perforation.3 In cases of endodontic treatment failure, the infection continues to persist in the intricate areas of the canal which in turn is responsible for re-infection in the peri apical area.
Microscopic studies of accessory canals in primary molar furcations.
Accessory canals connecting to the pulp in the depth of the grooves which may lead to bacterial ingress to the pulp space have been reported.