The accomplishment of endodontic treatment is enormously subjected to the fastidiousness of the biomechanical preparation and the obturation providing a tight seal. The capacity of the clinician to comprehend and explore through the exceptionally distinct root canal anatomy assumes a conspicuous job. Incapacity to identify any extra canals in teeth having unique morphological variations would result in an unforeseeable result. The present case report portrays effective endodontic treatment of a maxillary first molar having a profoundly exceptional morphological variation with two palatal canals.
Keywords- Anatomic variations, maxillary first molar, two palatal canals