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Journal of Dentomaxillofacial Science
Published by Universitas Hasanuddin
ISSN : 25030817     EISSN : 25030825     DOI : -
Core Subject : Health,
Journal of Dentomaxillofacial Science (J Dentomaxillofac Sci) is an international, peer-reviewed, and open access journal published in English language. Our journal aims to keep dentists informed of developments and advances in general dentistry and its different specialties in an easy-to-read format. Journal of Dentomaxillofacial Science publishes original, innovative, updated, and applicative research articles in all aspects of dental, jaw and face development and Science including oral biology; dental material science and technology; oral and maxillofacial surgery; pedodontics; dental public health, epidemiology, preventive and community dentistry; conservative dentistry; periodontics; prosthodontics; orthodontics; oral medicine; dentomaxillofacial radiology; as well as with their development through interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approach.
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Articles 538 Documents
Effects of 15 mg meloxicam administered before odontectomy on pain, facial edema, trismus, and expressions of TNF-α following odontectomy of impacted mandibular third molar Ruth, Melisa; Hasan, Cahya Y.; Rahardjo, Rahardjo; Rustamadji, Rustamadji
Journal of Dentomaxillofacial Science Vol 5, No 2 (2020): (Available online: 1 August 2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15562/jdmfs.v5i2.1031

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Objective:To evaluate the effects of 15 mg meloxicam administered 60 minutes before odontectomy on pain, facial edema, trismus and expressions of TNF-α after odontectomy of impacted mandibular third molar.Material and Methods: A total of 24 patients were randomized into treatment groups, each with 12 patients: Group A was administered with 15 mg of meloxicam; and Group B with placebo. Drugs were administered orally 60 minutes prior to surgery. Observation of pain (seen from VAS scores), facial edema (seen from swollen cheeks), trismus (seen from mouth opening) and expressions of TNF-α (measured from saliva by ELISA method), performed before odontectomy, H+1 (24 hours after odontectomy) and H+3 (72 hours after odontectomy).Results: Patients who received 15 mg meloxicam 60 minutes before odontectomy showed less postoperative pain (p=0.000), less facial edema (p=0.000) and lower expressions of TNF-α (p=0.000). No differences were found in mouth opening between the meloxicam group and placebo group (p=0.522). The higher level of TNF-α level will lead to higher level of pain, greater facial edema and causes smaller mouth opening.Conclusion: Oral administration of 15 mg meloxicam 60 minutes prior to odontectomy was found more effective in reducing pain, facial edema and expressions of TNF-α after odontectomy of impacted mandibular third molar compared with placebo.
Changes in osteoblast and osteoclast cell count after moringa oleifera leaf extract administration during orthodontic tooth movement Syarif, Rika D.; Kusumaningsih, Tuti; Arundina, Ira
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Objective: The aim of this study was to analyze the effect of moringa leaf extract administration at 5%, 10%, and 20% concentration toward osteoblast and osteoclast cell count in tension area of Cavia cobaya tooth movement. Matrial and Methods: This study was an experimental research with post test only control group design conducted on Cavia Cobaya. The samples were divided into 4 groups, namely control group (given orthodontic forces), P1 group (given orthodontic forces and Moringa oleifera extract at 5% concentration), P2 group (given orthodontic forces and Moringa oleifera extract at 10% concentration) and P3 group (given orthodontic forces and Moringa oleifera extract at 20% concentration). The samples were sacrificed in day 15 and the tissue were collected for histological examination to examine osteoblast and osteoclast cell count.Results: The Anova test showed a significant difference of osteoblast and osteoclast cell count among groups (p<0.05).Conclusion: Moringa leaves extract administration at 20% concentration for 7 days shows higher number of osteoblast and osteoclast compared to control group, 5% and 10% extract group.
Implan dental sebagai perawatan alternatif untukrehabilitasi kehilangansebuah gigi Dental implant as an alternative treatment for single tooth loss rehabilitation Harsono, Vincentius; Prabowo, Harly
Journal of Dentomaxillofacial Science Vol 11, No 3 (2012): Formerly Jurnal Dentofasial ISSN 1412-8926
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Although only one, tooth loss, can cause a wide range of problems. They are difficulty of chewing, shifting teeth, andaesthetics problems. There are two categories of dentures, namely removable and fixed dentures. Lately, the paradigmof tooth loss rehabilitation has changed. Removable denture has been used in a long period, but this alternativetreatment has several disadvantages. Fixed denture is preferred especially for a single tooth loss because of thecomfort and resemblance to natural teeth. Currently, implant supported fixed denture is an option in replacing thefixed denture. Its advantages are no teeth reduction needed and ultimate emerging profile. In these three cases,reported comfort of using dental implants, especially in the case of single tooth loss. At control stage, the function ofmastication and aesthetic factors was also uncomplaint.
Penilaian penempatan implan sebelum dan sesudah pemasangan implan gigi dengan pemeriksaan radiografi periapikal Yunus, Barunawaty; Dharmautama, Dharmautama
Journal of Dentomaxillofacial Science Vol 8, No 2 (2009): Formerly Jurnal Dentofasial ISSN 1412-8926
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The edentulous can be treated by many methods, in relevance to the more advancedtechnology in dentistry. Nowadays dental implant is more popular to replace the toothloss. This study was aimed to assess the implant placement before and after dentalimplant insertion through periapical radiographic examination. The subjects oftreatment consist of 30 implants which were inserted in aged of 20-50 years with onetooth loss, no history of sistemic disease with alveolar bone of 6 mm width and 10 mmheight. Analysis of distributed frequency and t-test showed the significant result ofimplant placement value before and after dental implant insertion through periapicalradiographic examination.
Effect of mangrove leaves extract (avicennia marina) concentration to streptococcus mutans and candida albicans growth Dharmautama, Mohammad; Tetelepta, Richard; Ikbal, Muhammad; Warti, Andi EA.
Journal of Dentomaxillofacial Science Vol 2, No 3 (2017)
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Objective: This study aims to determine the effect of mangrove leaves extract (avicennia marina) concentration to streptococcus mutans and candida albicans growth which is commonly found in removable denture plate.Material and Methods: Production of mangrove leaves extract (avicennia marina) used 96% ethanol solution. Mangrove leaves extract was prepared at a concentration of 2.5%, 5%, 7.5%, 10% and controlled with denture cleanser materials available in the market. Furthermore, the bacteria activity of streptococcus mutans and candida albicans (ATCC 10231) were tested, then the data were analyzed by One Way ANOVA and Post Hoc Test (Tukey HSD).Results: Statistical analysis of mangrove leaves extract with 2.5% concentration (6.850 ± 0.127), 5% (7.185 ± 0.007), 7.5% (8.360 ± 0.283), 10% (8.485 ± 0.219) and positive control (9.060 ±0.226), showed significant inhibition zone differences (p<0.05). The concentration of 7.5% had optimal inhibition growth of streptococcus mutans (p<0.05). Mangrove leaves extract to 10% concentration had not shown the effects of inhibition zone against candida albicans.Conclusion: Mangrove leaves extract (avicennia marina) is effective to inhibit the growth of streptococcus mutans but hasn’t shown inhibition zone against candida albicans until 10% concentration
Efek samping pada rongga mulut akibat terapi siklosporin Side effect in oral cavity due to cyclosporine therapy Aranti, Rifi; Kemal, Yulianti
Journal of Dentomaxillofacial Science Vol 12, No 1 (2013): Formerly Jurnal Dentofasial ISSN 1412-8926
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Cyclosporine is an immunosuppressant drug that suppresses effectively the immune response, and main drug used toprevent rejection in organ transplantation. Negative impact in the oral cavity of cyclosporine therapy is characterizedby the occurrence of gingival enlargement in 8-70% of cases, which occurred in the first 3-6 months of use, as well asthe loss of alveolar bone. The effect of the drug on gingival enlargement is a serious problem in patients receivingcyclosporine therapy. Pathogenesis of gingival enlargement on cyclosporine therapy is not known at all, but theinfluence of fibroblast proliferation and extracellular matrix were estimated reduction capabilities play a role in thisaspect. Dental plaque does not have a significant relationship to the occurrence of gingival enlargement oncyclosporine therapy, but support the occurrence of chronic inflammation that contributes to gingival enlargement.Adequate oral hygiene with initial periodontal treatment can reduce inflammation and gingival enlargement due tocyclosporine therapy. Patients who will undergo organ transplantation, previously had to undergo dental and oralhealth care comprehensively.
Pemilihan medikamen intrakanal antar kunjungan yang rasional Mattulada, Indrya Kirana
Journal of Dentomaxillofacial Science Vol 9, No 1 (2010): Formerly Jurnal Dentofasial ISSN 1412-8926
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Bacteria and their products play a fundamental role in the initiation, propagation andpersistence of pulpal and periradicular diseases. Consequently one of the major goalsof endodontic treament is to eliminate all bacteria from the root canal space.Elimination of microorganism from infected root canal is a complicated task.Numerous measures have been described to reduce the numbers of root canalmicroorganism, including the use of various instrumentation techniques, irrigationregimens, and intracanal medication. In endodontic treatment, there are severalmedicament used traditionally. They are phenolic, aldehyde, halogen, calciumhydroxide, and antibiotic. The aim of this paper is to discuss about indication,contraindication and effect of each medicament.
Preparasi periodontal pada pembuatan gigitiruan Periodontal preparation in denture making Masulili, Sri Lelyati C.; Kemal, Yulianti; Masulili, Chaidar
Journal of Dentomaxillofacial Science Vol 12, No 2 (2013): Formerly Jurnal Dentofasial ISSN 1412-8926
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Periodontal health of prosthodontic patients should be maintained to support the succeed of prosthodontic treatment.The purpose of periodontal preparation i.e. examination and diagnose of periodontal disease/condition and itstreatment; the need of preprosthetic periodontal surgery is to support the succeed of prosthodontic treatment. It’sincluded the quality, quantity, and topography of periodontium and alveolar mucosa, occlusal traumatism, toothmobility, and the need of mucogingival surgery, crown lengthening, ridge augmentation etc. The prosthetic proceduresshould be done with fully aware of the periodontal health i.e. the roughness of denture surface, the place and conditionof marginal restoration, contact point, and improper the contour of restoration. It is concluded that to support thesucceed of prosthodontic treatment, periodontal preparation should be planned and carried out before prosthodonticprocedures.
Terapi periodontal non-bedah Non-surgical periodontal therapy Zulfa, Liana; Mustaqimah, Dewi Nurul
Journal of Dentomaxillofacial Science Vol 10, No 1 (2011): Formerly Jurnal Dentofasial ISSN 1412-8926
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Non surgical periodontal therapy is the first step in periodontal therapy procedure. Elimination of biofilm andmineral deposit from tooth surface is a basic of periodontal therapy. Clinical data showed that the success of longterm periodontal therapy depends on the result of first step compare to spesific surgical therapy. Methods used innon surgical therapy are mechanical instrumentation, ultrasonic debridement, supragingival and subgingivalirigation, localized drugs, systemic antibiotics, and host response modulation. The successful of periodontal therapydepends on the management of negative environment and reduction of bacterial pathogen through a combination ofbetter environment which is less anaerobic for good microorganism to live. The aim of non surgical therapy is toreduce microbial etiology and factors involved in the progression of gingiva and periodontal. The end result is tostop the disease progression and to gain healthy gingiva and tissue condition.
The difference of anti-inflammatory effect of brown algae extract panida sp. and sargassum sp that is derived from Punaga beach, South Sulawesi Asmawati, Asmawati; Hasyim, Rafikah; Lianingsih, Andi IA.; Ariani, Dwi F.
Journal of Dentomaxillofacial Science Vol 1, No 2 (2016): (Available online: 1 August 2016)
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Seaweed is one of resourceful plants in Indonesia. Some researchers suggested that brown seaweed has a potential to be an anti-inflammatory agent because it contains polysaccharide sulfate, PUFA, and fuchosantin. Punaga Village that is located in South Sulawesi is an area where most people work as seaweed farmer and cultivation of seaweed. This is why researcher found it interest to use natural sources as an alternative of herbal medicine especially as an anti-inflammatory. The objective of this study was to evaluate the difference of anti-inflammatory effect of brown algae extract Padina sp. and Sargassum sp. that is derived from Punaga Beach, South Sulawesi toward mice. Twenty male mice were used as sample in this study weighing 14-35 g and divided into four groups. Thirty minutes after injection of test material, 0.5 ml pepton 1% is injected into mice leg. The assessment of mice leg use plethysmometer that is taken on the first hour until fourth hour after injection of pepton 1%. Data analysis use T-test to find out the difference of anti-inflamatory effect of brown algae extract Padina sp. and Sargassum sp. The result of this study showed that brown algae extract Padina sp has p<0.05 and brown algae extract Sargassum sp. has p< 0.05 which means that there are anti-inflammatory effect found in both test materials. It is found that brown algae extract Padina sp.has longer anti inflammatory effect half time than in brown algae extract Sargassum sp.

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