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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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Emergency management of temporomandibular joint dislocation with manual reduction Abidin, Zefry Zainal; Baehaqi, Ronny
Journal of Case Reports in Dental Medicine Vol 1, No 2 (2019)
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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
Treatment of dental polyclinic -induced gingivitis caused by secondary caries: a case report Dinyati, Maisaroh; Mapanggara, Surijana; Adam, Andi M.; Oktawati, Sri
Journal of Case Reports in Dental Medicine Vol 1, No 1 (2019)
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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.
Management of recurrent aphthous ulceration with iron deficiency anemia : a case report Yuskhaidir, Yuskhaidir; Radithia, Desiana; Ernawati, Diah S.
Journal of Case Reports in Dental Medicine Vol 1, No 3 (2019)
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Objective: Recurrent aphthous Ulceration (RAU) is a common oral mucosal disease characterized by recurrence and painful ulcers in non-keratinized oral mucosa.. A teenage girl aged 18 years 7 months comes with complaints of a lot of ulcers in the oral cavity. The patient said that she had had ulcers since 3 years ago, had no history of allergies, and with a weight that dropped below normal according to BMI standards. From intra oral examination multiple ulcers appear on the labial mucosa, buccal mucosa, painful gingiva and atrophy on the tongue.Methods : Patients undergo complete blood tests with Hb results of 10.8 g / dL (N: 11.7?15.3 g / dL), Eosinophils 5% (N: 2-4%), Neutrophils 42%, lymphocytes 42%, monocytes 8%, hematocrit 33%, MCV 68 fL, MCH 21 pg,  MCHC 31 g / dL.Results : Based on history, clinical examination and laboratory examination, a diagnosis of recurrent aphthous ulceration related to iron deficiency anemia can be established with a differential diagnosis of minor type recurrent aphthous stomatitis. The results of the examination with a TIBC value of 437.1 H, Serum iron 48.61 L, and ferritin 62.71 L. Patients treated with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory mouthwash and multivitamins. Patients are instructed to increase intake of foods containing iron, fruits and vegetables and avoid fatigue or adequate rest.Conclusions : Therapy RAU with a food-based approach and a drug-based approach chlorine dioxide, Iron Polymaltose Complex, folic acid and vitamin c Key words : Recurrent aphthous ulceration, hemoglobin, iron deficiency anemia
Radiological analysis and postoperative evaluation of multilocular ameloblastoma in young patient through panoramic radiograph: a case report Rahman, Fadhlil UA.; Yunus, Barunawaty; Rasul, Irfan; Faisal, Faisal
Journal of Case Reports in Dental Medicine Vol 1, No 3 (2019)
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Objective: Radiographic examination is the main supporting modality in helping to establish the diagnosis of lesion in the jaw.This paper aimed to describe how panoramic radiograph used to analyze the diagnosis and evaluate the results of treatment of ameloblastoma lesions.Methods: Panoramic radiographic examination was performed on an 18-year-old female patient with a chief complaint of swelling of the left mandible which caused the asymmetrical face. In addition to panoramic radiographs, CT scans were also added.Results: Radiograph panoramic showed a sizable well-defined multilocular radiolucency in left mandibular body area to the ramus extend to incisura of the mandible The lesion border had curved-corticated and scalloped border. The internal structure of the lesion was totally radiolucent with the presence of internal septa creating multilocular appearance. Effect the lesions on surrounding structures was destruction inferior cortical of mandible and root resorption. 3-dimensional CT scan was also performed and showed a pattern of lingual and buccal cortical involvement. Based on clinicoradiograph pattern this lesion was diagnosed as ameloblastoma.Conclusion: Panoramic radiographic examination is an important modality not only to help establish the diagnosis of ameloblastoma but also can be used to evaluate the results of lesion elimination by surgical intervention.Keywords: multilocular ameloblastoma, panoramic radiograph, postoperative evaluation
A clinical evaluation of tooth bleaching treatment using a dual-barrel in-office whitening system Lan, Wen C.; Yusuf, Andi S. H; Syam, Syamsiah; Natsir, Nurhayaty; Qiu, Youjin; Ruslin, Muhammad; Saito, Takashi
Journal of Case Reports in Dental Medicine Vol 1, No 3 (2019)
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Objective: This study aimed to evaluate the whitening effect and tooth sensitivity after bleaching treatments using iBrite in-office whitening system.Methods: The clinical report accommodated 27 patients using the iBrite in-office whitening system for bleaching treatments. Prior to the procedure, patients were screened for eligibility and underwent basic tooth cleaning. Recorded data of before and after treatments including clinical images, VAS scales, and VITA scales were assessed. Follow-ups were completed three months and six months after the in-office treatment.Results: After treated with iBrite in-office whitening systems, on average 6.3 shades of tooth color change were observed in 27 patients. In term of tooth sensitivity, male patients are more likely to feel sensitive after the treatments compared to the female patients. Most teeth sensitivity relieved in three to four days, and no other sensitivity was observed 6 months after the original in-office treatment.Conclusion: The iBrite in-office whitening system provides a fast, comfortable and convenient tool for tooth whitening. The low-irritating, yet still professional-grade whitening effect makes it as an ideal tooth whitening system to use in the dental office.
Regenerative endodontics on immature permanent teeth with wide open apex: a case report Nugroho, Juni J.; Saputra, Yennata
Journal of Case Reports in Dental Medicine Vol 1, No 3 (2019)
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Objective: Immature permanent teeth with open apex can be challenging in endodontic treatment along with its restoration. Several treatment options were available such as apexification, apical barrier technique and regenerative endodontics. This case report aims to describe regenerative endodontics approach in the treatment of immature permanent teeth with wide open apex (blunderbuss) in the maxillary central incisors.Methods: A 9-year-old female referred to Dental Hospital Department of Conservative with chief complaint of fractured upper central incisors due to trauma. Regenerative endodontics procedure was performed on both teeth with calcium hydroxide as intra-canal medicament.Results: The treatment was considered successful with no clinical signs or symptoms, complete apex closure and increased root wall thickness and root length as seen on follow-up radiograph.Conclusion: Regenerative endodontics is the first-choice treatment for immature teeth with pulp necrosis and produce a satisfying clinical outcomes.
The management of oroantral communication post dentral extraction M1: a case report Sulfiana, Sulfiana; Riawan, Lucky; Priyanto, Winarno
Journal of Case Reports in Dental Medicine Vol 1, No 3 (2019)
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Objective : The purpose of this to report the management of oronatral communication case after extraction of first upper molar. Method : A 45 y.o male patient came with discharge from the nose after tooth extraction, 3 hours prior to admission when he was extraction right upper tooth. Ginggival hyperemis of tooth 16 region. The therapy we performed was upper right molar buccal flap and analgesics and rhinoceros.Results : At the time of discharge the hospital was given rhinos caps 3x125 mg and medication from the previous hospital continued. Patient had no complaints when control back. Healing wounds in the flap shows good healing. And the patient no longer complains that there is fluid leakage while garglingConclussion : In this case, OAC cosure was treated with buccal flap and was given medication. The improvement was noted
Hemimandibulectomy and intermaxillary fixation: surgical treatment of ameloblastoma in mandible: a case report Sandiah, Jihad H.; Priyanto, Winarno; Adiantoro, Seto; Nurwiadh, Agus
Journal of Case Reports in Dental Medicine Vol 1, No 3 (2019)
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Objective: Ameloblastoma is a tumor derived from epithelial, gingival mucosa or gingivomaxillary that appear on a teeth. It is a benign yet destructive tumor with high recurrence rate. Hemimandibulectomy is one of therapies selected when the pathologic lesion had involved the coronoid processus and the condyle, although the therapy could results in facial defects and mandibular deviation.The purpose of this article is to report a hemimandibulectomy with bridging plate reconstruction and inter-maxillary fixation as a therapy for left mandibular ameloblastoma performed to reduce deviation and facial defects.Method: Fourty-two years old female patient came to the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Clinic at Hasan Sadikin Hospital Bandung, with a lump at the left side of lower jaw, it happened since 3 years ago, with small size in the beginning and grow gradually, painless, hard on palpation, and same colored with surrounding tissue.Result: The histopathologic examination results was plexiform type ameloblastoma at left mandible. Hemimandibulectomy is the removal of most or half of the mandible including the entire condyloideus process, coronoid processus, ramus and some mandibular corpus on one side of the jaw. Ameloblastoma is the most common odontogenic tumor in the mandible and maxilla. Ameloblastoma has several variations of histopathologic appearance, but the most commonly seen is the follicular and plexiform type. In most cases, ameloblastoma is usually asymptomatic, growing slowly, and can expand in the affected jaw.Conclusion: Hemimandibulectomy performed to remove pathologic lesions radically to prevent recurrence. Bridging plate is an act used as a mandibular reconstruction. Intermaxillary fixation is one of the ways to reduce mandibular deviation after hemimandibulectomy.Keywords: hemimandibulectomy, intermaxillary fixation, ameloblastoma
TREATMENT OF SKELETAL CLASS III MALOCCLUSIONS WITH A COMBINATION OF ORTHODONTIC TREATMENT AND ORTHOGNATHIC SURGERY Habar, Eddy H.
Journal of Case Reports in Dental Medicine Vol 2, No 2 (2020)
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Purpose: This article discusses a case reports of skeletal class III malocclusions treated with fixed orthodontic appliances and orthognathic surgery. Methods: Female patients aged 16 with complaints of crossbite in the anterior region and facial aesthetics. The objective examination showed ectostem teeth at 13, peg shaped teeth at 12, agenesi at 22 and diastema in teeth 34-35. The mandible  looks forward. Results: Orthodontic treatment with fixed orthodontic appliances to straighten teeth in the dental arch then orthognathic surgery was performed to correct advanced of mandibular  jaw. Conclusions: Maximum results are obtained by interdisciplinary treatment between orthodontist and oral surgeon.
MANAGEMENT OF OROFACIAL PAIN IN ELDERLY PATIENT WITH HYPERTENSION : CASE REPORT Prijaryanti, Dorisna; Ayuningtyas, Nurina F.; Ernawati, Diah S.; Radithia, Desiana
Journal of Case Reports in Dental Medicine Vol 2, No 2 (2020)
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Orofacial pain is a pain that involves the face and oral cavity wich characterized by sharp pain, such as electric shock. This paper reported 67 years old female patient complained pain in the right gingiva, right palatum and right side of the face since 6 months ago. To defined diagnosis we need accuracy in anamnesis, clinical examination and supportive examination. The treatment of orofacial pain is vitamins B1, B6, B12 and multidisciplinary collaboration. Patients use drugs that are given routinely, and regulary control to neurologist  and cardiologist then sorofacial pain begins to heal after 53 days.

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