Dammar, Irfan
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The Most Suitable Types of Obturator for Stomatognathic System Rehabilitation After Maxillofacial Surgery: a Systematic Review Rhamdani, Riezky; Dammar, Irfan
Journal of Dentomaxillofacial Science Article In Press
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15562/jdmfs.v0i0.833

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Abstract Objective: To find out the best type of obturator in the rehabilitation of stomatognathic system in patients after maxillofacial surgery.Methods: Using MeSH (Medical Subject Headings) terms, an online search were conducted in PubMed database with keywords “maxillofacial surgery” and “obturator”. The search was limited to the articles that publish between 2013 to 2017. There are 74 journals found in initial search, but only 3 journals meet the inclusion criteria.Result: The database search yielded 74 references from PubMed. The titles and abstract were reviewed afterward, and 22 studies were eligible for further analysis. The full-texts been reviewed by the reviewer and yielded 3 articles which meet the inclusion criteria, with the total patients were 76 people. In those studies, they were using conventional obturator, cast partial obturator, hollow bulb obturator, magnet obturator, stud attachment retained obturator and implant supported obturator. Obturator Function Scale (OFS) was used in this review as guideline to compare those studies’ result.Conclusion: Stud Attachment retained obturator has the best OFS rating in terms of aesthetics, nasal leakage, speech enhancement, and chewing / eating.
The effectiveness of phytoplankton chlorella vulgaris ointment to accelerate bone formation after implant installation machmud, edy; Dharmautama, Mochammad; Thalib, Bahruddin; Dammar, Irfan; Lesal, Edwina
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Objective: To determine the effect of phytoplankton chlorella vulgaris ointment on new bone formation after implant installation on the rabbit femur bone.Material and Methods: This study used laboratory experimental method with twelve rabbits as a test animal divided into 4 treatment groups (chlorella vulgaris 5% ointment, 10% chlorella vulgaris ointment, 15% chlorella vulgaris ointment, and control group). Rabbit in anesthesia and then slashed into the thigh area to the bone using a 3.0 cm long scalpel-blade. Thigh bones were drilled and then inserted chlorella vulgaris ointment concentration 5%, 10%, 15%, and subsequent control group mini implant installation at each 3 rabbits in each group. After 8 weeks the rabbit in euthanasia is then examined by histology test. Data were tested using independent t-test and ANOVA test.Results: The study between the treatment group (chlorella vulgaris 5% ointment, 10% chlorella vulgaris ointment, 15% chlorella vulgaris ointment) is the formation of bone remodeling faster than the control group.Conclusions: Chlorella vulgaris ointment may accelerate the formation of new bone post-implant installation and concentration of ointment chlorella vulgaris 10% is an ointment extract with the best effectiveness.
Window impression technique for a single denture with maxillary anterior flabby ridge Ikbal, Muhammad; Dammar, Irfan; Mude, Acing H.; MIR, Andi A.
Journal of Case Reports in Dental Medicine Vol 1, No 2 (2019)
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Objective:Theaims to explain the window impression technique for a single denture with flabby tissue area in maxillary anterior ridge in the form of case report.Methods:The clinical examination showed the maxillary complete edentulousridgewithflabbyridgeareainthemaxillaryanteriorregion opposing the anterior natural teeth in the mandibular.Results: There were various impression techniques used in the management of flabby tissue in the maxillary anterior ridge for a single denture cases.Conclusion: The window impression technique is one of the proper techniques used in the management of flabby tissue for the single denture impression.Keyword: Anterior ridge, Flabby ridge, Single denture