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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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THE MANAGEMENT OF IMPACTED MAXILLARY CENTRAL INCISOR IN GROWING AGE PERIOD PATIENT (CASE REPORT) Habar, Eddy H.
Journal of Case Reports in Dental Medicine Vol 2, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20956/jcrdm.v2i1.109

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Objectives: This article discusses case reports of impacted maxillary central incisor with orthodontic treatment approaches and minor surgical exposure measures.Methods: A 12-year-old male patient presents with impacted maxillary central incisor, complaining of the appearance and aesthetics of his face. Objective examination showed edentulous in region 21 and the area narrowed. Results: An orthodontic treatment is performed to open the space, followed by surgical exposure to attach a button for impacted tooth withdrawalConclusion: Maximum results are obtained with interdisciplinary treatment, in this case minor surgical exposure by an oral surgeon.
MANAGEMENT OF APHTHOUS-LIKE ULCER INDUCE BY TRAUMA IN PATIENT WITH THALASSEMIA BETA INTERMEDIA: A CASE REPORT Riyanto, Dahlia; Soebadi, Bagoes; Hadi, Priyo; Radithia, Desiana
Journal of Case Reports in Dental Medicine Vol 2, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20956/jcrdm.v2i1.110

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Objective: Thalasemia is an inherited blood diseases cause which abnormalities systemically and intraorally. This case report to discuss management of Aphthous-Like Ulcer in 24 year old man with Thalasemia ? Intermedia and need blood transfusion every month. Ulcer occured 2 days before transfusion.Methods: Based on history, clinical examination, hematologi and ferritin tests.Results: The diagnosis was Aphthous Like ulcer induce by trauma. Patient was treated using anti-inflammatory mouthwash and recovery was achieved within 3 weeks follow-up. Conclusion: Management of oral manifestation in Thalasemia patient need multidiciplinary approach to obtain successful therapy.
IMPACTED SECOND MOLAR AND THIRD MOLAR MANDIBULAR DEXTRA AND ITS MANAGEMENT: A CASE REPORT Tajrin, Andi; Rusdin, Muhammad HS.
Journal of Case Reports in Dental Medicine Vol 2, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20956/jcrdm.v2i1.100

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Objective: Impacted tooth is an abnormally tooth eruption, usually caused by adjacent tooth near it or pathologic tissue. Clinically, if the antagonist tooth has erupted and its almost certain the tooth located on the other side has erupted. Impacted tooth is partially erupted or cannot be erupted entirely because it is blocked by bone or soft tissue or both. The most commonly place where the impacted tooth can be found are mandibular and maxillary third molars, maxillary canines, mandibular premolars and supernumerary teeth.Methods: The odontectomy performed was the same as in other cases. Making a flap to get a field of view when extracted and carried out the division in the lower second molar teeth into several parts.Results: The results 6 months after the odontectomy, no abnormalities and healing in the bones were seen after the procedure.Conclusion: From this case report, it can be conclude that impacted tooth can also occur in other tooth, for example in mandibular second molars. Not only the third molars, canines, premolars or supernumerary teeth.
MANAGEMENT OF XEROSTOMIA USING CHLORINE DIOXIDE MOUTHWASH IN POST-SURGICAL AND CHEMOTHERAPY BREAST CANCER PATIENT WITH AROMATASE INHIBITOR TREATMENT (ANASTRAZOLE) Perwiradinata, Ronden; Radithia, Desiana; Endah, Adiastuti; Soebadi, Bagus
Journal of Case Reports in Dental Medicine Vol 2, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20956/jcrdm.v2i1.107

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Objective: A 59-year-old woman with complaints of dry mouth, often feel thirsty, pain when swallowing, chapped lips, bleeding gums and bad breath. The patient had a history of breast cancer, underwent surgery and chemotherapy in 2010. The patient consumed 1 mg of Aromatase Inhibitors (AIs) tablets a day for 9 years.Methods: Patient underwent depression, anxiety and Stress Scale (DASS) questionnaire (Depression: normal; Anxiety: mild; and Stress: mild) and sialometry test (draining method) <0.1 ml/minute. Patient was diagnosed with xerostomia then instructed to use chlorine dioxide mouthwash 4 times a day. Management included anamnesis, clinical and laboratory examination: Complete Blood Count (CBC); Diabetic Profile; Lipid Profile; Renal Function Profile; and Tumour Marker test.Results: Patient?s sialometry test results in 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th visit are: 0.1ml/minute; 0.6ml/minute; 1.4ml/minute and 1.8ml/minute.Conclusion: Dentist has important role to evaluate and treat oral condition for optimal and comprehensive breast cancer treatment. Chlorine dioxide mouthwash is clinically proven to stimulate salivary gland in treating xerostomia.
TELESCOPIC OVERDENTURE IN MANDIBULAR CLASS III KENNEDY Dammar, Irfan; Mude, Acing H.; Ikbal, Muhammad; Baso, Maharani K.
Journal of Case Reports in Dental Medicine Vol 2, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20956/jcrdm.v2i1.114

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Objective: Overdenture with retained precision attachment helps in distribution of masticatory forces, minimize trauma to abutments and soft tissue, minimize the ridge resorption, improve the esthetics and maintain the proprioception. When it is difficult to find a suitable path of insertion because unparallel abutment teeth, telescopic crown indicated.Methods: A 66-years-old female patient visited Dental Hospital Hasanuddin University with mastication and aesthetic problems so that she wanted to make a denture. Patient had missing teeth as in 35 36 37 45 46 and 47, indicated for the fabrication of overdenture with telescopic crown in teeth 34 38 44 and 48. Fabrication of telescopic crown began by making of study model with preliminary bite record. Full crown preparation has done on teeth 34 38 44 and 48, and impression for fabrication of primer coping and metal framework with double impression technique. Primary coping has cemented on the abutment teeth, then reimpression. Secondary coping soldered with base metal framework denture was tried in the patient. Next, the determination of DVO, artificial teeth was arranged and tried to the patient, next processed the denture with acrylic and inserted it. Results: Precision attachment that used in this case is a telescopic crown, which consists of 2 types of crowns, the primary crown that is permanently attached to the supporting tooth, and the secondary crown attached to the denture. Conclusion: Many studies have done, and can concluded that telescopic overdenture is a unique and retentive type of prosthodontic treatment.
METAL BASE FOR MAXILLARY COMPLETE DENTURE Baso, Maharani K.; Ikbal, Muhammad; Dammar, Irfan; Mude, Acing H.
Journal of Case Reports in Dental Medicine Vol 2, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20956/jcrdm.v2i1.112

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Objective: A successful denture should have dimensional stability in order to enhance chewing efficiency, increase patient?s comfort, and prevent injury to the oral tissue. However, fracture of acrylic denture base is occasionally an avoidable complication because the mechanical properties of acrylic resin may not be sufficient to withstand masticatory stress. This case report describes the step-by-step fabrication of a maxillary metal based complete dentureMethods: A 58-year-old female patient arrived at Dental Hospital Hasanuddin University with complaints of impaired appearance and difficulty chewing due to the loss of all maxillary and mandibular teeth. Previously, the patient had worn dentures twice. First, in 2012 using full maxillary dentures for 3 years. Second, in 2016 there were more dentures full of maxillary and mandibular prostheses because the denture before were broken. But, the dentures are rarely used because they are loose. The patient feels uncomfortable and wants to make dentures. The treatment stage: clinical and radiographic examination, preliminary and finally impression, manufacturing of maxillary metal bases, manufacturing of bite rim, determination of vertical dimensions, arranging the artificial teeth, try-in denture, insertion and control.Results: The treatment is the manufacture of a maxillary acrylic complete denture with a metal framework base and a acrylic complete denture for the mandibular, gived more comfortable and retentive.Conclusion: Metal bases for complete dentures has been used successfully and provide many advantages over the more commonly used acrylic resin. With metal bases in dentures, the patient benefits by having a more comfortable, better fitting and stronger prosthesis.

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