The Nasopalatine Canal (NPC) was investigated using Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) to better comprehend its significance and semantic attributes in the diagnosis and treatment of pathologies and reconstructive surgeries involving the premaxilla, as it is more susceptible to progressive resorption and alterations in the morphometrics of the NPC, which increases its clinical significance. Axial, coronal, and sagittal CBCT sections were analysed in a sample of 60 individuals between the ages of 18 and 70. The chi-square test was used to examine differences between categorical variables, while the independent t test and the ANOVA test were used to examine differences between continuous variables.
A statistically significant adjudication vis-à-vis the transverse and longitudinal diameters of the Stensen foramen in the axial section, the transverse dimension of the NPC at Level C, and the labial bone length and labial bone width at Level 2 in the sagittal section bequeathed scientific acreage to this study. The Labial bone length and Labial bone width at Level 2, which were not contemplated in other researches, constitute this study as yardstick for imminent inquiries of NPC in these demeanours. This interpretation made an assay of various parameters of NPC, elaborated on the relevance of NPC in the anterior maxilla, and emphasised chartering a protocol to facilitate excellent surgical planning techniques in the placement of dental implants and surgical implants in the premaxillary region, admonishing maxillofacial trauma impacting the aesthetics, and ministration of the various pathologies.