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Journal of Case Reports in Dental Medicine
Published by Universitas Hasanuddin
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Journal of Case Reports in Dental Medicine is a peer-reviewed, Open Access journal that publishes case reports and case series in all areas of dentistry, medical, including periodontal diseases, dental implants, oral pathology, as well as oral and maxillofacial surgery, pedodontics, conservative dentistry, periodontics, prosthodontics, orthodontics, oral medicine.
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Infected dentigerous cyst due to traumatic injury in impacted of mandible canine: a case report Muhajir, Idawati; Adiantoro, Seto; Hardianto, Andri; Rizki, Kiki A.
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Objective: This case study is a case of infected dentigerous cyst involving all erupted incisor teeth and impacted mandible canine. Diagnosis of results from clinical examination, radiographic and histopathologic.Methods: The initial treatment was antibiotic therapy for 2 week, followed with cyst enucleation, extracted of the all fourth incisors and odontectomy lower left canine, lower premolar and upper right molar through intraoral approach under general anesthesiaResults: The evaluation of 2 weeks post surgery treatment showed the healing was good and the chin region showed no sign of inflammation, the color of the tissue was similar to its surrounding.Conclusion: Last sentence of abstract should be a conclusion or further treatment plan for the case. Histological examination and medical history should be placed before the treatment procedureKeywords: Dentigerous Cyst, Enucleation, Infection.
Managementof squamos cell carcinoma of tongue in young men: case report Israyani, Israyani; Argadianti, Ayu F.; Hendarti, Hening Tuti; P, Adiastuti E.
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Background: Oral Squamous cell carcinoma is the most common malignant neoplasm of the oral cavity, usually affecting individuals over 50 years of age. It rarely occurs in patients who are less than 40 years old. Purpose: This case report aim is to focuses on establishment of diagnosis, differential diagnosis, predisposition, and treatment planning related to the case. Case: This report describes a case of oral squamous cell carcinoma, staged T1N1M0 (stage III), involving the lateral border and ventral surface of the tongue of a 32-year old male patient, with no smoking or drinking habits. Initial tumor presentation was of deep ulceration and intense pain. Case Management: Patient has examination with autofluorence LED light, presence of bacterial growth, and FNA for establised diagnosis. Patient was given chlorine dioxide mouthwash and education for further treatment one of them is tomoterapi. Conclusions: Clinical features of deep ulceration, pain and induration may be a suspicious feature of oral cavity cancer, therefore early diagnosis of oral squamous cell carcinoma determines prognosis.Keywords: malignant, autofluoresence, tomoterap
The aesthetic management of gingival enlargement and hyperpigmentation in maxillary anterior region: a case report Kurnia, Shafira
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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
Mandibular implant-retained overdenture with magnets in total edentulous patients (case report) Machmud, Edy; Arpa, Sitti
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Objective: According to the manufacture, fewer than 1 in 10 capsule associated with overdentures on natural teeth separated from the denture base during an 8-year clinical trial; more interestingly, none experience loss of magnetic attraction.Methods: A 50 year old female patient came to Dental Hospital Makassar Hasanuddin University wanted to fix a loose denture, which has been used for 9 years. Chief complaint was a mobile mandibular denture. Treatment for the restoration of oral function, including mastication, using mandibular implant-retained overdenture with magnets in total edentulous. Implant supported retained with magnetic attachment constitute an accurate and predictable treatment option and achieve a higher patients satisfaction.Results: The surface of both magnet and attachment keeper were coated with titanium nitride (TiN). Self-curing resin was used for luting between  magnets and denture base resin.Conclusion: Magnetic attachments can be used to retain mandibular implant overdenture.Key words: Implant supported overdenture with magnets, resorbed alveolar ridge, total edentulous
Early detection of odontoma in patients with clinical features of periodontal disease: a case report Tetelepta, Febri EN; Adam, Andi M.
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Objective: Chronic periodontitis is an infection of the gingiva that causes damage to the soft tissues and tooth-supporting bones. Chronic periodontitis is usually a slowly progressive disease that does not cause the affected individual to feel pain. For most patients, gingival bleeding during oral cleansing procedures is a sign of reported disease. Odontoma is an odontogenic tumor, characterized by slow growth. The tumor consists of enamel, dentin, cementum and sometimes pulp tissue.Methods: A 38-year-old male patient complaints swollen gums on the right upper back region. Clinical examination showed the presence of gingiva swelling, fistula, and grade 3 teeth mobility. In the systemic condition of the patient, malaise, fever and lymphadenopathy were not found. The treatment plan includes subgingival scaling treatment as well as antibiotic therapy as initial therapy. Advanced treatment is then continued with curative therapy with surgical extirpation, periodontal surgery and bone graft.Results: The success of treatment is shown by controlled inflammatory as well as probing depth. The condition of the teeth and the dental-jaw relationship has been restored after treatment.Conclusions: Chronic periodontitis with odontoma indicates treatment options according to the severity of the disease, access to mechanical care, and the patient's systemic condition.Keywords: Bone grafting, Gingival overgrowth, Odontoma, Surgical flap.
Treatment of dental polyclinic -induced gingivitis caused by secondary caries: a case report Dinyati, Maisaroh; Mapanggara, Surijana; Adam, Andi M.; Oktawati, Sri
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Objective: This case report aims to present gingival therapy with gingivectomy due to secondary caries and overhanging filling.Methods: A 21-year-old male patient come to the periodontal clinic for treatment. The initial examination revealed deep probing pocket depth with sulcus bleeding at 11, 12, 21 and 22.  Teeth 34, 36, 37 were extracted. Patients was in a good health, smoker, and didn’t take any medication. The patient had scalling a week ago but the gingiva remains enlargement. Periapical radiograph showed bone in good density. Initial treatment performed by non-surgery treatment included Scalling and Root Planing (SRP) and 0.2% chlorhexidine solution twice daily for one week. Gingivectomy with conventional blade. The result of control showed reduced enlarged of gingiva and patient feel satisfied with the treatment. Control one week after surgery. After being cured clinically, composite filling applied on teeth 11 and 21.Results: Gingivitis caused by secondary caries, because of bacterial invasion of caries to the gingival mucosa. Gingivitis therapy performed by gingivectomy, the removal of amount of the hyperplated gingival mucosa. Conventional gingivectomy is an option of gingival enlargement therapy.Conclusion: The aim of gingival therapy is to eliminate inflammatory process and prevent the progression of gingival disease. Gingival disease including gingival enlargement or gingivitis. Gingivitis can be caused by various factors such as secondary caries and overhanging filling. Keywords:  Gingival enlargement, Gingivectomy, Seconder caries.

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