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Esthetic rehabilitation of crowded and protruded anterior dentition lunardhi, Cecilia G. J.; Prasetyo, Eric Priyo
Dental Journal (Majalah Kedokteran Gigi) Vol 42, No 1 (2009): (March 2009)
Publisher : Faculty of Dental Medicine, Universitas Airlangga

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Background: Recent trends put estheticrehabilitationas a demandingtreatmentin order to correct malpositionedanteriordentition. This is enhanced by the patient’s background, especially careers that require prime appearance for the public. Purpose: To describe that even though there are many treatment alternatives and procedures, esthetic rehabilitation on crowded and protruded anterior dentition using endodontic treatment, cast posts and all ceramic crowns, can improve patient’s appearance. Case: This article presents a case report on esthetic rehabilitation of crowded and protruded anterior dentition. Treatment was done due to patient’s refusal in receiving orthodontic treatment. The patient requested esthetic rehabilitation as an expectation for faster and instant esthetic result. Case management: Endodontic treatment was done to the involved dentition prior to the final restoration. Cast posts and all ceramic crowns were used as final restoration to correct the crowded and protruded anterior teeth. Conclusion: Esthetic rehabilitation can be done successfully on crowded and protruded anterior dentition. Instant result could be achieved by this treatment. This is supported by the fact that dentists should be aware of not only choosing the right treatment and materials but also patient’s expectations and conditions.
Anterior makeover on fractured teeth by simple composite resin restoration Prasetyo, Eric Priyo
Dental Journal (Majalah Kedokteran Gigi) Vol 44, No 3 (2011): (September 2011)
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Background: In daily practice dentists usually treat tooth fractures with more invasive treatments such as crown, veneer and bridges which preparation require more tooth structure removal. While currently there is trend toward minimal invasive dentistry which conserves more tooth structure. This is enhanced with the vast supply of dental materials and equipment in the market, including restorative materials. Provided with these supporting materials and equipment and greater patient’s demand for esthetic treatment, dentists must aware of the esthetics and basic principle of conserving tooth which should retain tooth longevity. Purpose: This article showed that a simple and less invasive composite resin restoration can successfully restore anterior esthetic and function of fractured teeth which generally treated with more invasive treatment options. Case: A 19 year-old female patient came with fracture on 21 and 22. This patient had a previous history of dental trauma about nine years before and was brought to a local dentist for debridement and was given analgesic, the involved teeth were not given any restorative treatment. Case management: The fractured 21 and 22 were conventionally restored with simple composite resin restoration. Conclusion: Fracture anterior teeth would certainly disturbs patient’s appearance, but these teeth could be managed conservatively and economically by simple composite resin restoration.Latar belakang: Dalam praktek sehari-hari pada umumnya dokter gigi merawat fraktur dengan restorasi invasif seperti mahkota, veneer dan jembatan yang semuanya memerlukan pengambilan jaringan gigi lebih banyak, sedangkan saat ini trend perawatan gigi lebih menuju kearah invasif minimal yang mempertahankan jaringan gigi sebanyak mungkin. Keadaan ini ditunjang oleh tersedianya berbagai macam bahan dan peralatan kedokteran gigi di pasaran, termasuk bahan restorasi. Dengan tersedianya bahan dan peralatan yang mendukung serta tingginya permintaan pasien akan perawatan estetik, dokter gigi harus mengetahui estetik dan prinsip dasar dari konservasi gigi yaitu mempertahankan gigi selama mungkin. Tujuan: Laporan kasus ini menunjukkan bahwa restorasi resin komposit sederhana yang tidak invasif dapat memperbaiki estetik dan fungsi geligi fraktur yang umumya dirawat dengan macam restorasi yang lebih invasif. Kasus: Seorang wanita berusia 19 tahun datang dengan fraktur pada gigi 21 dan 22. Pasien tersebut memiliki riwayat trauma pada giginya sejak sembilan tahun sebelumnya dan telah dibawa ke dokter gigi untuk debridemen dan pemberian analgesik saja, tanpa perawatan restoratif. Tatalaksana kasus: Gigi fraktur pada 21 dan 22 diperbaiki dengan restorasi resin komposit sederhana. Kesimpulan: Fraktur pada gigi anterior akan sangat mengganggu penampilan pasien, akan tetapi fraktur tersebut dapat dirawat secara konservatif dan ekonomis dengan restorasi resin komposit sederhana.
Peran musik sebagai fasilitas dalam praktek dokter gigi untuk mengurangi kecemasan pasien (The role of music as a dental practice facility in reducing patient’s anxiety) Prasetyo, Eric Priyo
Dental Journal (Majalah Kedokteran Gigi) Vol 38, No 1 (2005): (March 2005)
Publisher : Faculty of Dental Medicine, Universitas Airlangga

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The people generally tend to associate a dental practice with a strange clinical atmosphere and a range of strange looking instruments, and furthermore pain during dental treatments. This condition more or less raises an anxiety to the patient and affects the patient’s regular dental attendance. Since anxiety has a significant role to the perception of pain, many attempts to make the patients relax are therefore needed to be done. Along with the advanced era, the development of science and technology affects the world of dental practice. Dentists are encouraged to provide better dental services and treat their patients holistically. In order to fulfill this, additional facilities such as music are needed. It was found that patients who listened to the preferred music before, during, and after their dental treatment tended to have the lower rate of anxiety. This decreased anxiety was the result of greatly increased feelings of relaxation and calmness, since music could dramatically influence physiological and psychological processes. Music based on preference also provided most patients a non-threatening and pleasurable experience. Recently, music as part of dental practice has been widely used in America and Europe. This article is purposed to inform that music as an additional facility plays an important role in reducing the patient’s anxiety to provide better dental care and patient management.
The surface roughness difference between microhybrid and polycrystalline composites after polishing Prasetyo, Eric Priyo; Samadi, Karlina; Lunardhi, Cecilia Gerda Juliani
Dental Journal (Majalah Kedokteran Gigi) Vol 41, No 4 (2008): (December 2008)
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Background: One of the success criteria for a composite resin restorative material is the surface roughness that can be achieved through polishing. Considering that there are so many types of composite resin materials on the market, including polycrystalline composites, information on this type of composite’s surface roughness is needed. Purpose: The aim of this laboratory experiment was to compare the surface roughness difference between microhybrid and polycrystalline composite after polishing. Methods: In order to obtain this, a laboratory experiment was done. Four groups of composites were produced, the first two groups consist of microhybrid composite and the second two groups consist of polycrystalline composite. Two groups with the same material were treated with two different treatments as follows: the first group was not finished (the surface is under celluloid matrix), the second group was finished and polished. After these treatments, each sample’s surface was measured using surface roughness measuring instrument and then the Results: were analyzed statistically using independent t-test (α = 0.05). Conclusion: The result showed that after polishing, the surface roughness of polycrystalline composite is lower than that of microhybrid composite.
THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN MANGOSTEEN PEEL EXTRACT IRRIGANT AND NAOCL 2.5% ON ROOT CANAL CLEANLINESS Adi Santoso, Cornelia Melinda; Samadi, Karlina; Prasetyo, Eric Priyo; Wahjuningrum, Dian Agustin
Conservative Dentistry Journal Vol 10, No 1 (2020): January-June
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Background: Preparation, one of the stages in root canal treatment, always producesdebrisas aresultof instrumentation onroot canalwalls. Debrisconsistsoforganicand inorganicmaterials. Irrigation need to be performed in every preparation so that debrisandmicroorganisms can be removed from root canal wallsthrough flushingmechanism. NaOCl 2.5% is the most popular irrigant used in root canal treatment. However, NaOCl2.5% onlyworks onorganic tissue. Mangosteenpeel extractcontainsvariousactive compounds, such as saponin. Saponin acts assurfactantso as tolower thesurface tension and remove debris from the root canalwalls. Purpose: to compare the cleanliness of root canal walls following irrigation with NaOCl 2.5% and mangosteen peel extract. Method: Eighteen mandible premolar extracted for orthodontics necessity were used in this study. The teeth were divided into three groups, in which each group consists of six teeth. All of them were instrumented with ProTaper for Hand Use and irrigated. Group 1 used aquadest as irrigant, group 2 used NaOCl 2,5%, and group 3 used mangosteen peel extract 400 ug/ml. The roots were split longitudinally into halves and in 1/3 of apex. The surface of the canal walls were examined using scanning electron microscope. Photomicrographs were scored by three independent observers and statistically tested. Result: There were significant differences between three groups (p<0.05). Group 3, irrigated with mangosteen peel extract 400 ug/ml, had the smallest median score that was 1. Conclusion: Mangosteen peel extract is moreeffective thanNaOCl 2.5% incleaningroot canalwall from debris.
DAYA ANTIBAKTERI EKSTRAK DAUN BELIMBING WULUH (AVERRHOA BILIMBI LINN) TERHADAP BAKTERI ENTEROCOCCUS FAECALIS (ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY OF AVERRHOA BILIMBI LINN LEAF EXTRACT AGAINST ENTEROCOCCUS FAECALIS) Astuti, Ranggi Hardian Nugro; Samadi, Karlina; Prasetyo, Eric Priyo
Conservative Dentistry Journal Vol 6, No 2 (2016): July - December
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Background. The prevalence of Enterococcus faecalis bacterial infection caused the failure of root canal treatment between 24%-77%. This is due to various factors resistance and virulence of Enterococcus faecalis. This research to find alternative materials that have antibacterial properties and by utilizing natural ingredients that can later be used as a root canal irrigation. Antibacterial activity of the Averrhoa bilimbi linn leaf extract against Enterococcus faecalis bacteria can be determined by Minimum Inhibitory Concentration (MIC) and Minimum Bactericidal Concentration (MBC). Purpose. The aim of this study was to determine the concentration of Averrhoa bilimbi linn leaf extract that has antibacterial activity against bacteria Enterococcus faecalis. Method. This research is a labolatory experimental with post test only control group design which use diluted Enterococcus faecalis ATCC 29212 according Mc. Farland standard 1,5 x 108 CFU/ml. With treatment Averrhoa bilimbi linn leaf extract on concentration 50%, 45%, 40%, 35%, 30%, and 25% given to each of 0,05 ml  Enterococcus faecalis and using Brain Heart Infusion Broth (BHIB) as planting media. Result. At the concentration 30% of Averrhoa bilimbi linn leaf extract, showed that colony?s growth less than 10%. At the concentration 35% was not revealed any bacterial growth. Conclusion. The Averrhoa bilimbi linn leaf extract has antibacterial effect on bacteria Enterococcus faecalis. The MIC was at 30% and MBC was at 35%.
DAYA ANTIBAKTERI EKSTRAK DAUN KEDONDONG BANGKOK (SPONDIAS DULCIS FORST.) TERHADAP BAKTERI ENTEROCOCCUS FAECALIS ANTIBACTERIAL POTENCY OF KEDONDONG BANGKOK LEAVES EXTRACT (SPONDIAS DULCIS FORST.) AGAINST ENTEROCOCCUS FAECALIS BACTERIA Harseno, Singgih; Mooduto, Latief; Prasetyo, Eric Priyo
Conservative Dentistry Journal Vol 6, No 2 (2016): July - December
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Background. The prevalence of endodontic infection after root canal treatment caused by the Enterococcus faecalis bacteria ranged between 24-77%. It is caused by resilience and virulence from Enterococcus faecalis. An alternative  solution have to be done toward irrigation of root canal wall which is effective to kill bacteria. Kedondong Bangkok (Spondias dulcis Forst.) is one of the plants or natural substance potentially as an antibacteria. The antibacterial potencies of Kedondong Bangkok leaves extract (Spondias dulcis Forst.) against Enterococcus faecalis bacteria could be identified by determining Minimal Inhibitory Concentration (MIC) and Minimal Bactericidal Concentration (MBC). Purpose. This study is aimed to prove antibacterial potencies by identifying Minimal Inhibitory Concentration (MIC) and Minimal Bactericidal Concentration (MBC) of Kedondong Bangkok leaves extract (Spondias dulcis Forst.) against Enterococcus faecalis bacteria. Method. This study is an experimental laboratories through research design of The Post Test Only Control Group Design. Value of MIC and MBC were known by counting the growth of Enterococcus faecalis bacteria by treating the leaves extract of Kedondong Bangkok  with concentration respectively 25%, 22,5%, 20%,17,5%, 15%, and 12,5% on nutrient agar media in CFU/ml. Result. In the concentration 12,5% there are 8.8% bacterial growth and in the concentration 15% there are no bacterial growth. Conclusion. Kedondong Bangkok leaf extract (Spondias dulcis Forst.) has an antibacterial potency against Enterococcus faecalis bacteria. The MIC shows in concentration of 12,5% and the MBC shows in concentration of 15%.