multirooted

mul·ti·root·ed

(mŭl'tē-rūt'ed),
Having two or more roots.

multirooted

(mŭl′tī-root″ĕd)
In dentistry, referring to a tooth having several roots.

mul·ti·root·ed

(mŭltē-rūtĕd)
Having two or more tooth roots.
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Thirty extracted single and multirooted teeth having 45 canals were prepared using k files upto master apical file (MAF).
Furcal perforation is usually an undesired complication that can occur during preparation of endodontic access cavities or exploring canal orifice of multirooted teeth [8].
Calculus removal from multirooted teeth with and without surgical access: (I) Efficacy on external and furcation surfaces in relation to probing depth.
6% of examined patients, the pulp stones were observed in multirooted teeth.
Their biroot formation, begins between 9 and 10 months postnatally, it may result from an enhanced expressivity of the gene initiating differential growth of Hertwig's epithelial root sheath in multirooted teeth.
Variations in root canal morphology, especially in multirooted teeth, are a constant challenge for diagnosis and successful endodontic therapy.
INTRODUCTION: Furcation involvement connotes the attachment loss in the bifurcation and trifurcation of the multirooted occurring due to inflammatory periodontal disease.
Since tadiographs are two dimensional images of 3 fotms, some images ate usually superimposed making it difficult to distinguish the number of roots that may be found in multirooted teeth.
However, recent research has shown that the endoscope as an adjunct to removal of calculus in multirooted molar teeth provided no significant improvement over traditional scaling and root-planing procedures without an endoscope.
Regarding tooth rootedness, findings reported by Michaud et al indicated that the endoscope provided no additional benefit to the scaling and root planning process and calculus removal on multirooted teeth specifically.