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in favor of an underlying genetic cause. 2 It has been postulated that the enamel layer in areas of invagination may be incomplete, resulting in dentin exposure and likely bacterial contamination from the oral environment, with subsequent pulpal

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in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association

Although these additional roots may potentiate periodontal support by increasing attachment to the alveolar bone, their presence may also contribute to development of complicated furcations and distortion of the gingival margin, forming an environment for

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