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NJBMS - Volume 3, Issue 1, July - September 2012

Pages: 76-77

BIFID MANDIBULAR CANAL - LOCAL ANESTHETIC CHALLENGES TO A DENTIST -A CASE REPORT

Author: DAVID JASLINE J

Category: Clinical Sciences

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Abstract:

The presence of bifid mandibular canal reported in the literature varies from 0.08% to 0.9%. The mandibular canal which transmits the inferior alveolar nerve which is responsible for the innervations of pulp tissue of all mandibular teeth is a target area for mandibular block technique. Failure to achieve a profound anesthesia during dental extraction is a challenge for the dental practitioner. This case report examines all the possible features about the bifid mandibular canal.

Keywords: bifid mandibular canal, inferior alveolar canal

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