Shafira Kurnia, Shafira
Periodontal Department, Faculty of Medicines and Health Sciences Airlangga University, Surabaya

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BIOCOMPATIBILITY OF AZITROMICYN ON CONNECTIVE TISSUE Kurnia, Shafira
Indonesian Journal of Tropical and Infectious Disease Vol 2, No 1 (2011)
Publisher : Institute of Topical Disease

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Background: periodontal disease is commonly caused by bacteria, especially actinomyces actinomycetemcomitans and porphyromonas gingivalis have an abilty enter epithelial cells objectives: to investigate systemic azithromycin as the antibiotic of choice for periodontal disease based on biocomptability test in connective tissue. Material and Methods: BHK 21 cell lines were exposed to 0.025%, 0.050%, 0.075%, and 0.1% azithromycin solution for seven times. Samples were put in incubator for 24 hours. Result: Azitrromycin 0.050%-0.1% showed significant difference between life cells percentage and control, however, azithromycin 0.025% revealed insignificant difference with control. Conclusion: 0.025% azithromycin was considered biocompatible with connective tissue and 0.050% was not.
BIOCOMPATIBILITY OF AZITROMICYN ON CONNECTIVE TISSUE Kurnia, Shafira
Indonesian Journal of Tropical and Infectious Disease Vol 2, No 1 (2011)
Publisher : Institute of Topical Disease

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Background: periodontal disease is commonly caused by bacteria, especially actinomyces actinomycetemcomitans and porphyromonas gingivalis have an abilty enter epithelial cells objectives: to investigate systemic azithromycin as the antibiotic of choice for periodontal disease based on biocomptability test in connective tissue. Material and Methods: BHK 21 cell lines were exposed to 0.025%, 0.050%, 0.075%, and 0.1% azithromycin solution for seven times. Samples were put in incubator for 24 hours. Result: Azitrromycin 0.050%-0.1% showed significant difference between life cells percentage and control, however, azithromycin 0.025% revealed insignificant difference with control. Conclusion: 0.025% azithromycin was considered biocompatible with connective tissue and 0.050% was not.
The aesthetic management of gingival enlargement and hyperpigmentation in maxillary anterior region: a case report Kurnia, Shafira
Journal of Case Reports in Dental Medicine Vol 1, No 1 (2019)
Publisher : Journal of Case Reports in Dental Medicine

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Objective: To describe the aesthetic treatment stage of gingival enlargement with gingival hyperpigmentation. Determination of the type of action detail will assist many clinicians in diagnosis and treat gingival enlargement with hyperpigmentation.Methods: The 17-year-old male patient, coming with his enlarged gums. Patients claimed to have no hypertension, blood disorders, diabetes and hepatitis. After general check-up and early treatment, gingivectomy and gingival depigmentation were performed using scalpel no. 15c. The oral administration administered was 500mg tid amoxicillin and 500mg tid.prn mefenamic acid.Results: after gingivectomy has performed multiple diastema appears and suggested orthodontia treatment. Conclusion: The combination of gingivectomy treatment with gingival depigmentation may be performed simultaneously using a scalpel periodontal instrument.Keywords: Gingival enlargement, Gingival hyperpigmentation, Gingivectomy, Gingival depigmentation