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Journal of Indonesian Dental Association
ISSN : 26216183     EISSN : 26216175     DOI : -
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The first edition of JIDA will be launched by Indonesian Dental Association (PBPDGI) on October 2018. JIDA, a biannually published scientific journal, is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that supports all topics in Oral and Dental Sciences, including to Biochemistry, Conservative Dentistry/Endodontics, Dental Material, Dental Radiology Microbiology, Histology, Oral Anatomy, Oral Biology, Oral Surgery, Oral Medicine, Oral Pathology, Orthodontics, Pedodontics, Periodontology, Pharmacology, Prosthodontics, and Public Health.
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THE EFFECT OF MOUTHWASH CONTAINING ALCOHOL ON FLEXURAL STRENGTH OF POLYMETHYLMETHACRYLATE AND THERMOPLASTIC NYLON Riani, Eva; Octarina, Octarina
Journal of Indonesian Dental Association Vol 3 No 1 (2020): April
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Introduction: Polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA) and thermoplastic nylon are materials used for making denture bases. Denture users use various methods in order to keep clean their denture. Mouthwash can be an option for cleaning dentures because it is easier to find. Objective: The objective of this research was to investigate the effect of mouthwash containing alcohol as a denture cleanser on flexural strength of polymethylmethacrylate and thermoplastic nylon. Methods: Eighteen samples of polymethylmethacrylate and eighteen samples of thermoplastic nylon with a bar shape (65x10x3 mm) are being used in this research. Each materials are randomly divided into 3 groups (n=6) so there will be six research groups incuded : (A1) PMMA immersed aquades, (A2) PMMA immersed in mouthwash containing alcohol 21.6%, (A3) PMMA immersed in mouthwash containing alcohol 9%, (B1) thermoplastic nylon immersed in aquades, (B2) thermoplastic nylon immersed in mouthwash containing alcohol 21.6%, (B3) thermoplastic nylon immersed in mouthwash containing alcohol 9%. Flexural strength of two materials was tested using universal testing machine (Shimadzu AGS - 5KNX, Japan). All of the data obtained were analyzed using two way Anova test. Result: The mean of flexural strength for group A1 (104.275 ± 15.469 MPa), A2 (103.298 ± 10.387 MPa), A3 (111.626 ± 14.957 MPa), B1 (42.707 ± 4.857 MPa), B2 (38.258 ± 3.246 MPa), and B3 (40.218 ± 1.542 MPa). Result of analysis showed that there was a significant differences between flexural strength of polymethylmethacrylate and thermoplastic nylon (p<0,05), but immersion in mouthwash containing  alcohol showed no significant difference (p>0,05). Conclusion: This research found that flexural strength of polymethylmethacrylate higher than flexural strength of thermoplastic nylon and mouthwash containing alcohol can be an alternative for cleaning a denture because it does not affect the flexural strength of both material significantly.
THE EFFECTIVENESS DIFFERENCES BETWEEN WATERMELON (CITRULLUS LANATUS) EXTRACT 100% AND CARBAMIDE PEROXIDE GEL 10% IN TOOTH WHITENING (EX VIVO) Setyawati, Any; Nur, Syifa Nabila Farah Fauziah
Journal of Indonesian Dental Association Vol 3 No 1 (2020): April
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Introduction: Discoloration can be caused by intrinsic or extrinsic factors. One of the discoloration treatments is teeth whitening. Teeth whitening process usually uses chemicals such as hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide which can cause side effects, namely gingival irritation. Previous research has found that malic acid in strawberries can whiten teeth. Watermelons contain greater malic acid than strawberries. Objective: To analyze the  effectiveness of 100% watermelon (Citrullus lanatus) extract on teeth whitening. Methods: The study was a laboratory experimental study with a total of 15 anterior post-extraction teeth which were discolored using black tea, divided into 3 groups. Group 1 was immersed in 100% watermelon extract, group 2 was immersed in 10% carbamide peroxide as positive control and group 3 was immersed in sterile aquades as negative control, for 56 hours, measured using a shade guide and spectrophotometer. Data were analyzed using one way Anova. Results: The 100% watermelon extract was effective for teeth whitening. There was a significant difference between 100% watermelon extract compared to negative control (p < 0.05). However, there was also a significant difference between 100% watermelon extract, and 10% carbamide peroxide gel (p = 0.003). Conclusion: The watermelon extract has the ability as teeth whitening agent. However, further study is still needed to explore this result and determine the proper concentration for teeth whitening.
THE EFFECT ANT-NEST PLANT (MYRMECODIA PENDANS) EXTRACT ON STREPTOCOCCUS SANGUINIS AND TREPONEMA DENTICOLA BIOFILMS Soviati, Nely; Widyarman, Armelia Sari; Binartha, Ciptadhi Tri Oka
Journal of Indonesian Dental Association Vol 3 No 1 (2020): April
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Introduction: Ant-nest plant (Myrmecodia pendans) contains triterpenoid, flavonoid, saponin and tannin that acts as antibacterial substance. Objectives: This study?s aim was to analyze the effect of Myrmecodia pendans extract effect towards biofilm of Streptococcus sanguinis and Treponema denticola. Methods: Ant-nest plant was extracted using maceration technique. The obtained extract was diluted into five different concentrations using phosphate buffer saline (PBS). S. sanguinis and T. denticola ATCC 35405 were cultured in Brain Heart Infusion (BHI) broth, 48h, 37°C, anaerobic atmosphere and distributed into four 96 well-plate for 24h to form biofilm. Subsequently, the extract was distributed into the well that contained the mono-species and multispecies biofilm and then incubated for 1h, 3h, 6h and 24h. Chlorhexidine (0.2%) was used as positive control and BHI broth was used as negative control. The biofilm was stained using crystal-violet and measured by microplate reader with a wavelength of 490 nm. Data were statistically analyze using one-way ANOVA test and Post Hoc LSD test which p < 0,05 was set as significant difference. Result: The most effective concentrations to reduce mono-species biofilm were 100% in 1h incubation period for S. sanguinis (OD = 1,403 ± 0,019) and 24h for T. denticola (OD = 1,012 ± 0,037) and multispecies biofilm (OD = 0,984 ± 0,001) compared to negative control. Statistical analysis showed that ant-nest plant extract significantly reduced S. sanguinis, T. denticola and multispecies biofilm mass compared to negative control (p < 0,05). Conclusion: The ant-nest plant extract has inhibitory effects against S. sanguinis and T. denticola biofilm and it may be used as alternative for dental therapy. Future studies are needed to evaluate the potential of ant-nest plant extract in multispecies composed of other oral bacteria.
FUNCTIONAL CROWN LENGTHENING: BIOLOGICAL WIDTH CORRECTION Aristiyanto, Regia; Ratih, Diatri Nari
Journal of Indonesian Dental Association Vol 3 No 1 (2020): April
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Introduction: Functional crown lengthening is one of the most common surgical procedures that facilitating restorative treatment. It was done on teeth with inadequate clinical crowns in the presence of deep and subgingival pathologies. Inadequate clinical crowns defined as tooth with less than 2 mm cervico-incisal of sound. Case Report: The 32 years old female patient complained on broken restoration on upper left anterior tooth since one week ago. He also complained about upper right anterior tooth that turned brown. The tooth had received root canal treatment with direct composite restoration since 3 years ago, but the restoration on tooth 11 and 21 was broken. The remaining crown on tooth 11 and 21 was less than 2 mm. The periapical radiograph examination showed tooth 11 and 21 was non-hermetic obturation. Functional crown lengthening and root canal treatment was performed on teeth 11 and 21, with porcelain crown restoration and fiber post. Conclusion: Functional crown lengthening result affects the quality of post retreatment restoration. The success of functional crown lengthening is marked by no recurrent gingival hyperplasia after functional crown lengthening.
DEGREE OF ACIDITY, SALIVARY FLOW RATE AND CARIES INDEX IN ELECTRONIC CIGARETTE USERS IN SLEMAN REGENCY, INDONESIA Lestari, Dyah Ayu; Tandelilin, Regina TC.; Rahman, Friska Ani
Journal of Indonesian Dental Association Vol 3 No 1 (2020): April
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Introduction: The Yogyakarta Special Region ranks sixth for highest number of smokers of the 33 provinces in Indonesia. Smokers account for 31.6% of the total population. Sleman Regency ranks fourth in daily consumption of cigarettes of the five regencies or cities in Yogyakarta. The body part most exposed to direct cigarette smoke is the oral cavity. Saliva is a liquid secreted inside the oral cavity to act as a buffer. Nicotine content in conventional cigarettes is known to diminish the salivary flow rate and the acidity (pH) of the saliva. A continual decrease in saliva pH over time may cause dental caries. The use of electronic cigarettes is a nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) method to help people quit smoking; they emit a lower nicotine level than conventional cigarettes. Objective: The aim of this study was to evaluate the saliva pH, salivary flow rates, and caries index of electronic cigarette smokers. Methods: This study used a cross-sectional method to compare the saliva pH, salivary flow rate, and caries index of 30 smokers of electronic cigarettes and 30 non-smokers as a control group. Data were analyzed using SPSS version 22.0 software and considered statistically significant at p < 0.05. Results: The Mann-Whitney analysis showed a significant difference in the saliva pH between electronic cigarette smokers and non-smokers. Independent T-Test analysis showed no significant difference in the salivary flow rates of the two groups. The Mann-Whitney analysis also showed no significant difference in the caries index of the groups. Conclusion: Results indicated that there is a significant difference in the saliva pH of electronic cigarette smokers, while the salivary flow rates and caries indices of electronic cigarette smokers and non-smokers were similar.
DIFFERENCES IN TASTE SENSITIVITY BETWEEN VEGANS AND NON-VEGETARIANS IN PALEMBANG, INDONESIA Abbilardo, Takami; Chairani, Shanty; Nasution, Nursiah
Journal of Indonesian Dental Association Vol 3 No 1 (2020): April
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Introduction: Many studies have shown that nutritional deficiencies can affect taste sensitivity. One group at high risk of nutritional deficiencies is vegans. Objective: The aim of the present study was to investigate the differences in taste sensitivity between vegans and non-vegetarians in Palembang, Indonesia. Methods: This was an observational analytic study with a quasi-experimental approach. A total of 60 subjects aged 21?45 years were included in this study. The subjects were divided into two groups: vegans (n = 30) and non-vegetarians (n = 30). Taste sensitivity was measured using the filter paper disc method. Five taste qualities (sweet, salt, sour, bitter, and umami) were tested using four different concentrations for each taste quality. The lowest concentrations identified correctly by the subjects were recorded as the taste sensitivity scores. The taste sensitivity scores were subsequently summed to form the taste scores. The data were analyzed using the Mann?Whitney U test. Results: The mean values of the sweet, bitter, and umami taste sensitivity scores and the taste score in the vegan group were lower than those in the non-vegetarian group. The mean value of the salt taste sensitivity score in the vegan group was higher than that of the non-vegetarian group, while the mean value in the sour taste sensitivity score was the same for both groups. There were no significant differences in the sweet, salt, sour, bitter, and umami taste sensitivity scores and taste scores of the vegan and non-vegetarian groups (p>0.05). Conclusion: The vegans and non-vegetarians in Palembang in this study have differences in taste sensitivity, but these results are not significant.
A REVIEW OF THE FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH PERIODONTAL DISEASE IN THE ELDERLY Soulissa, Abdul Gani
Journal of Indonesian Dental Association Vol 3 No 1 (2020): April
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The world?s elderly population is growing faster than other age groups. The World Health Organization states that in 2020, Indonesia?s elderly population will reach 11.34% of the total population, or around 28.8 million people. The increasing number of elderly people can be a challenge for clinicians due to the degenerative changes caused by chronic diseases, treatment of chronic diseases, systemic conditions, and oral health care accessibility. The purpose of this study was to analyze the factors that increase the risk of periodontal disease in the elderly. Over the last few years, a lot of research has focused on identifying the relationship between periodontal disease and systemic disease as well as the link between periodontal disease and aging. Increased age relates directly and proportionally with increased prevalence and severity of periodontal disease. Furthermore, an increase in age causes a decrease in motoric function and an increase in comorbidities and their treatments in the elderly. The aging process causes cementum surface irregularities, inhibition of osteoblast activity, and reduction in the number of fibroblasts. Loss of attachment and alveolar bone resorption was affected by frequent exposure to other risk factors. The risk factors that influence the development of periodontal disease in the elderly include systemic diseases, such as diabetes mellitus and osteoporosis, systemic conditions, such as obesity, metabolic syndrome, and stress, treatment of systemic diseases, and limited access to oral health care. Although the potential link between periodontal disease and systemic disease has been established, the extent of this relationship has not yet been clearly explained. Understanding the factors that influence periodontal disease in the elderly is important because it may provide a better understanding of the treatment. The multiple risk factors that cause periodontal disease in elderly patients require special attention involving multidisciplinary teams.
TITANIUM DIOXIDE ADDITION TO HEAT POLYMERIZED ACRYLIC RESIN DENTURE BASE EFFECT ON STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS AND CANDIDA ALBICANS Putranti, Dwi Tjahyaning; Fadilla, Afrina
Journal of Indonesian Dental Association Vol 1 No 1 (2018): October
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  Introduction: Heat-polymerized acrylic resin is used to manufacture almost all denture bases. One of the disadvantages of acrylic resin is its porosity and surface roughness; food scraps attach easily. If the dentures are not cleaned, they become a place for microbial species development and cause denture stomatitis, with Staphylococcus aureus and Candida albicans as the major etiologic agents. Adding nanoparticles of titanium dioxide to heat-polymerized acrylic resin may provide antimicrobial activity to the acrylic resin base.   Objectives: This study aimed to determine whether adding TiO2 nanoparticles to heat-polymerized acrylic resin denture base materials affected the amounts of Staphylococcus aureus and Candida albicans.   Methods: The samples in this study used heat-polymerized acrylic resin without the addition of TiO2 nanoparticles and with the addition of 2%, 3%, and 4% TiO2 nanoparticles on test bar sizes of 10 mm × 10 mm × 1 mm. There were 48 total test samples: 24 of Staphylococcus aureus and 24 of Candida albicans. The obtained data were analyzed by a one-way ANOVA test.   Results: The results showed that adding TiO2 nanoparticles influenced the amount of Staphylococcus aureus (p<0.05) and Candida albicans (p<0.05). A least significant difference test showed differences of effect in the amounts of Staphylococcus aureus when TiO2 concentrations of 2%, 3%, and 4% were added to heat-polymerized acrylic resin denture base and there were differences in effect to amounts of Candida albicans when TiO2 concentrations of 2%, 3%, and 4% were added to heat-polymerized acrylic resin denture base.   Conclusion: Adding TiO2 nanoparticles to heat-polymerized acrylic resin denture base material affects the amounts of Staphylococcus aureus and Candida albicans.
ANTIBIOFILM EFFECT OF CLITORIA TERNATEA FLOWER JUICE ON PORPHYROMONAS GINGIVALIS IN VITRO Widyarman, Armelia Sari; Sumadi, Stephani; Agustin, Tri Putriany
Journal of Indonesian Dental Association Vol 1 No 1 (2018): October
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  Introduction: Clitoria ternatea flower contains flavonoid such as anthocyanin that gives the blue color to its flower and has antimicrobial activity.   Objectives: The aim of this study was to examine the effect of flower juice of Clitoria ternatea against Porphyromonas gingivalis biofilm viability in vitro.   Methods: This study was experimental laboratory research using biofilm assay method. P. gingivalis was cultured in BHI broth in 37°C for 24h under anaerobic condition. Fresh flowers of Clitoria ternatea were extracted using mortar and pestle and diluted into 6 different concentrations: 100%, 50%, 25%, 12.5%, 6.25%, and 3.125% with phosphate buffer saline (PBS). Chlorhexidine (0.2%) was used as positive control and biofilm without treatment as negative control. The flower juice was distributed into 96 well-plates that contained biofilm of P. gingivalis and incubated for 1h, 3h, 6h, and 24h in 37°C, anaerobic atmosphere. Biofilm was measured using crystal violet dye with microplate reader (490 nm). Data were statistically analysed using one-way ANOVA test and Post Hoc test with p<0.05 was set as significant different.   Result: Result showed that Clitoria ternatea flower juice significantly reduced the Porphyromonas gingivalis biofilm viability in all concentration and all incubation time. The most effective concentration to inhibit Porphyromonas gingivalis biofilm was 100% in 1h incubation time which biofilm was diminished (Optical Density=0.00). One way ANOVA test and Post Hoc test showed a significant biofilm reduction in all concentration and all incubation time after treatment with the flower juice compared to control (p<0.05).   Conclusion: Clitoria ternatea flower juice has antibiofilm effect against Porphyromonas gingivalis. This result showed this flower juice may be useful for combating periodontal pathogens. However, further studies using other bacteria are still needed to confirm this result.
THE COMPARISON OF METRONIDAZOLE, CLINDAMYCIN, AND AMOXICILLIN AGAINTS STREPTOCOCCUS SANGUINIS Lim, Kevin; Widyarman, Armelia Sari
Journal of Indonesian Dental Association Vol 1 No 1 (2018): October
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  Introduction: Viridans streptococci group such as Streptococcus sanguinis (S. sanguinis), an anaerobic Gram-positive bacteria is a well-known for its involvement in dry socket (alveolar osteitis)-associated infection. Systemic amoxicillin, clindamycin and metronidazole have all been shown to be effective to inhibit this bacterium. However, there has been a lack of studies identifying which are the most effective amongst these antibiotics toward Streptococcus sanguinis.   Objectives: The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of metronidazole, clindamycin, and amoxicillin in inhibiting the growth of Streptococcus sanguinis in vitro.   Methods: This effectiveness was done by using agar well diffusion methods. S. sanguinis ATCC 10556 were cultured in Brain Heart Infusion (BHI) broth at 37°C under anaerobic condition. After 48h, bacterial cells were harvested and counted using microplate reader (490 nm) to achieve optical density of 0.25-0.30 (107 CFU/mL). Subsequently, 100 ?L of bacterial suspension was cultured on BHI agar and each antibiotic suspension was added into each agar well, incubated for 72h at 37°C. The inhibition zone diameters were measured with electronic caliper. All experiments were done in triplicate, and repeated two times in separated occasions. The obtained data were statistically analyzed using one-way ANOVA test. A  p<0.05 was considered as significance.   Result: The results showed that there was a significant difference in the effectiveness, clindamycin and amoxicillin in inhibiting the growth of Streptococcus sanguinis (p<0.05), compared to metronidazole. The inhibition zone diameter with mean±SD (mm) are 13.50±2.0, 34.67±2.3 and 32.67±1.7 for metronidazole, clindamycin and amoxicillin, respectively.   Conclusion: Clindamycin and amoxicillin are more effective in inhibiting the growth of Streptococcus sanguinis compared to metronidazole in this study. However, future studies are needed to confirm this result in vivo.

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