EndoTooth 16 Upper Molar (More Complex) - Transparency: Opaque, Tooth Access: Intact, Non-Accessed, Pulp: With pulpal tissue

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More challenging upper molar (16 ISO notation) with 4 root canals
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Difficulty: 3,5/5

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More challenging upper molar (16 ISO notation) with 4 root canals
Accessed or Intact variant
Difficulty: 3,5/5

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Product code: ET16UMC-IPO Shipping and Payment

EndoTooth 16 Upper Molar

Pulp chamber and root canal system are without significant calcifications and obliterations, except the MB2 and narrow canal entrances to mesiobuccal canals. MB2 root canal presents a challenge – after 4 mm long common course with MB1 it separates and continues as a narrow, slightly S curved canal. 2 mm prior to terminus there is a communication through isthmus between the two mesiobuccal canals. Apical diameter of MB1 and MB2 is 0,10 mm.

Distal root canal forms a bifurcation in apical third and reaches apical diameter of 0,18 mm.

Palatal canal curves slightly buccally in its course, is quite wide and narrows to 0,10 mm at the apical diameter.