The incidence of two separate palatal roots on a maxillary molar has been reported at 1.21% (Nosrat et all 2017). These teeth have been reported and studied by Cone-beam Computed Tomography (CBCT), review of radiographs, clearing techniques, and study of extracted human molars. These teeth represent to the dental clinician a diagnosis and treatment challenge. When properly identified and treated, they can be restored to normal function for our patients. I will typically treat 1-2 maxillary molars with this canal morphology in a year.