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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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Window impression technique for a single denture with maxillary anterior flabby ridge Ikbal, Muhammad; Dammar, Irfan; Mude, Acing H.; MIR, Andi A.
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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
Localize lesion of horner’s syndrome based on anhydrotic pattern Basri, Muhammad I.; Wardani, Emy; Basir, Hasmawaty; Wuysang, Audry D.
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Objective: The current case series will discuss about two horner syndrome cases with a different pattern of anhydrotic.Methods:Male 54 years old came with punctured and burned pain sensation at left hand for the last one year which radiated along the shoulder toward the tip of left fingers. There were 10 kgs of weight loss. Neurological examination showed unequal pupil size 2.5mm/1.5mm, left ptosis, left hemifacial and left arm anhidrosis. Cervical MRI showed burstfracture involved CV T1 pedicle.Results: CaseIMSCT Thorax showed suspicious of neurogenic tumor which resulted in CV T1 destructionandcaseIIMSCT thorax showed left lung collapse due to pleural effusionConclusion: Anhidrotic pattern will be an essential factor in making a topical diagnosis for patients with Horner syndrome, which also can be a fundamental basis in choosing the next additional examinations required to find the etiology.Keywords:Anhidrotic pattern, Horner’s syndrome, Sympathetic nerve
Ballooning technique for orbital floor fracture reduction in neglected midfacial fracture: a case report Siauw, Cahyadi; Syamsudin, Endang; Ismiarto, Yoyos Dias
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Objective: Midfacial fracture is a fracture that separates maxilla from the middle part of face. Orbital floor fracture includes in midfacial fracture that difficult to treat. The aggravating factor of the treatment are depressed fractures and infection. We use ballooning technique which is inflated in the maxillary sinus to lift fracture segment of orbital floor and to prevent the orbital floor displaced to the maxillary sinus.Methods: There were multiple lacerations at left eye and nose region, post suturing at left zygoma and left cheek region. Intraoral findings there were multiple laceration, then the patient was examined a complete blood count, chest xray, cervical lateral examination, and 3D CT-Scan examination.Results: Examination of head and panoramic xray was performed and showed there was no bone discontinuity, contact and stable fracture segments. Examination of the 5th day post operative showed minimal pus drainage, leukocytes were within normal limits and other lab results were normal. Physical examination showed minimum scar, there was no dehiscence, symmetrical face and drain was performed at left zygoma region, symmetrical orbital, intact and stable occlusion.Conclusion: In this case, ballooning technique was successfully reduced the ruptured orbital floor and obtained good result.Keywords: Ballooning, Fixation, Open fracture, Orbital floor fracture.  
Oral manifestation of thalassemia  mayor: case study Widodo, Haris B.; Maharani, Aisya E.
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Objective: Thalassemia b major is one of inheredited blood disorder caused by abnormality hemoglobin. Thalassemia b major is widely found in population Mediteranian with prevalent ±25.000 case. The abnormal form of hemoglobin chain will lead to erythrocytes damage in <120 days and will distrurb osteogenesis process. This condition caused patient with thalassemia b major require blood transfusion. The purpose of this paper is to describe an oral manifestation of thalassemia b major.Methods: the patient (5 years old) came to dental hospital of Jenderal Soedirman University with his mother for having teeth treatment. The patient was diagnosed thalassemia b major since 1 years old of and has had regular blood transfusion every month. An examination of intraoral examination showed pale oral mucose (purplish), profound caries on 85th teeth exposed to pulp, overbite 4mm, overjet 3mm, deep palatum, and the extraoral examination showed special face shape.Results: Clinical examinations performed on patients showed the characteristics of cooley-face and the cephalo-tracing x-ray result, the were <SNA = 86o, <SNB = 81o, <ANB = 5o, and <FH-Man = 35o. Based on the radiographic results it can be seen that patients with thalassemia have skeletal class II tendency and there is more anterior or protusive appearence of maxillary growth.Conclusion: Thalassemia sufferers have oral manifestations which are characterized by Cooley-face. Patients with thalassemia have skeletal class II tendency and there is more anterior or protusive appearence of maxillary growth.Keyword: Hemoglobin, Oral manifestation, Thalassemia b mayor.
Single Implant Restoration and Adhesive Bridge for Anterior teeth (A Case Report) Machmud, Edy; Amiruddin, Maqhfirah
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Objective : The aim of this case report restore healthy tooth function so that patients can chew food properly, so the method of implant placement is a good choice for patients with tooth loss. The adhesive bridge denture treatment aims to restore a missing tooth. The indication of adhesive bridge denture treatment is a mild contact of occlusion, young patients and good oral hygiene.Methods : On first visit doing filling status and patient signed an informed consent and making study casts, then proceed with making a surgical templete. After that, a ct-scan was performed to determine the size of the implant that matches the size of the available bone. The second visit, carried out the edentulous 36 implantation process using implants measuring 3.7mm in diameter and 12 mm in length with the EZ Dent-I IDI brand. Third visit, tooth color selection wih shade guide, and preparation of the palatal part of abutment teeth 12 and 21 was made for bridge adhesive in edentulous teeth 11. Two months later, double impression was performed for the manufacture of supra structural teeth .Results : The advantage of dental implants is that they closely resemble natural teeth because they are embedded in the tissue so they can support aesthetics, protection of adjacent teeth and the development of self-confidence. Bone density obtained from Ct-Scan radiographic greatly determines this treatment choice, the higher the bone density, the better the prognosis produced.Conclusion : The use of dentures with implant support for posterior mandibular teeth and adhesive bridge dentures for maxillary anterior teeth provides satisfaction for patients because it can overcome aesthetic problems and improve good phonetic and masticatory functions.Keywords: Adhesif Bridge, Bone Density, Ct-Scan, Dental Implant.
Emergency management of temporomandibular joint dislocation with manual reduction Abidin, Zefry Zainal; Baehaqi, Ronny
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Objective:Present serial case management of temporomandibular joint dislocation in emergency unit and to provide information on emergency handling in the case of temporomandibula joint especially for dentist.Method: Datas of temporomandibular joint dislocation cases were collected from October 2016 to March 2017 with a cross sectional study presented by Oral and Maxillofacial Resident in RSUD Dr Soetomo Surabaya.Results: Nine patients were managed. In totalmales accounted for 66,67% of the patients, and yawning was the most frequent etiological factor. Acute TMJ dislocation had the highest frequency in this study. The management conducted was giving muscle relaxant, manual repositioning and head bandage. Manual reduction of TMJ dislocation can be divided into three approaches, intraorally, extraorally and a combination between the two approaches; intraorally by using Hippocrates’ technique and Wrist Pivot technique. The extraoral approach does not involve fingers in the oral cavity. Applying these three approaches could be distinguished by clinical examination and patient history.Conclusion: Temporomandibular joint dislocation is one of the problem in dentistry that requires direct management and could cause complications if immediate treatment is not givenKeywords: Dislocations, Manual Reduction , Temporomandibular joint

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