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Interdental Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi (IJKG)
ISSN : 19799144     EISSN : 26855208     DOI : 10.46862
Core Subject : Health, Science,
Interdental Journal is a scientific published and supported by Faculty of Dentistry Universitas Mahasaraswati Denpasar and published twice annually, every June and December. The submission process opens throughout the year. All submitted manuscript will be screened with double-blind peer review and editorial decision before the manuscript was accepted to be published. Interdental Journal present original research articles, review articles, and case report that sounding the innovation and recent development in dentistry 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; forensic dentistry as well as with their development through interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approach. We accept publication in Indonesian or English.
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RED GINGER RHIZOME EXTRACT GEL IMPROVES COLLAGEN DENSITY POST EXTRACTION OF GUINEA PIG TEETH Putu Dewi, Sulistiawati; Ma’ruf, Mochammad Taha
Interdental: Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi Vol 17 No 1 (2021): Interdental Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi (IJKG)
Publisher : Faculty of Dentistry, Mahasaraswati Denpasar University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46862/interdental.v17i1.1190

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Introduction: tooth extraction can cause injury involving the bone structure and soft tissue of the oral cavity. Tooth extraction can cause various complications, one of which is bleeding. Red ginger is a type of spice that ismost widely used in various food and beverage recipes. Red ginger is commonly used by the public as a cold, digestive, antipyretic, anti-inflammatory, and analgesic drug. Various studies have shown that ginger has antioxidant properties, flavonoids, and oleoresins found in the rhizome. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of the concentration of red ginger extract (Zingiber Officinale Varr. Rubrum) on collagen density after extraction of guinea pig teeth (Cavia porcellus). Materials and method: the method of this research is an experimental in vivo laboratory with a post-test-only control group design. The hypothesis test was carried out by the One Way Anova test and was carried out on 24 male guinea pigs. The experimental animals were divided into 4 groups which were distinguished by concentration, 10%, 20%, 30%, and the control group was given 2% CMC-Na gel respectively. Results and discussions: The results showed that red ginger extract gel concentrations of 10%, 20%, and 30% can increase collagen density compared to CMC-Na 2%. Conclusion: the red ginger extract gel with a concentration of 30% was most effective at increasing collagen density compared to concentrations of 10% and 20%.
MEDIAN LINE IMMETRITY AT CENTRIC OCCLUSSION IN FKG UNMAS DENPASAR Hidajah, Norman; Ayu, Ketut Virtika
Interdental: Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi Vol 17 No 1 (2021): Interdental Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi (IJKG)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46862/interdental.v17i1.1260

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Introduction: Facial appearances especially teeth and face are some of the most important things in this era. The symmetry of the dental median line with the facial median line needs to be considered to create a balanced, harmonious, and attractive facial structure, especially when smiling. The position of the maxillary median line to the facial median line is an important factor in orthodontic diagnosis. This research aims to obtain the symmetry of the dental median line with the facial median line during centric occlusion in dentistry students of Mahasaraswati University of Denpasar. Materials and Methods: The type of this research is descriptive with a cross-sectional approach that involved 57 participants. Results and Discussions: The results of this research are the percentage of the students whose dental median line with a facial median line is symmetrical (≤1 mm) was 77% that obtained 44 participants, while the percentage of students who had a dental median line with a facial median line is not symmetrical (> 1 mm) were 23 % that obtained 13 participants with a shift of median line 2 mm in 7 participants, 3 mm in 5 participants, and 5 mm in 1 participant. Conclusion: Based on the results it can be concluded that thedentistry students of Mahasaraswati University of Denpasar whose dental median line with their facial median line was symmetrical is more dominant than those who were not symmetrical.
MANAGEMENT OF ALLERGIC STOMATITIS CAUSED BY CHICKEN AND EGG Ganesha, Raziv
Interdental: Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi Vol 17 No 1 (2021): Interdental Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi (IJKG)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46862/interdental.v17i1.1934

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Introduction: Aller gic stomatitis is a hypersensitivity reaction caused by an allergen such as medicines, foods, dental materials. Chicken and egg are one of the common food we usually consumed. Chicken contains low amount of protein and fat, while egg contains nutrient and easy to process. Although allergic reactions in poultry products are commonly found in eggs and feathers, chicken is often as a cause of the allergic reaction. Case: 28-year-old male patient complained an ulcer in his mouth. It shows past 3 days on his upper lips then it shows on his left cheek. Case Treatment: Diagnosis made by anamnesis, clinical examination and supporting examination such as complete blood count, total IgE, and Skin Prick Test. The patient was prescribed by topical anti-inflammatory 2 times daily and after Skin Prick Test was done the patient was given methylprednisolone 3times daily for 7 days, patient was treated in 3 visits. Discussion: A Food allergic usually involved type 1 and 4 hypersensitivity reaction, or both. Skin Prick Test is one of the skin test that commonly used by clinicians to prove the presence of specific IgE bound to skin mastocyte cells. Treatment for this case beside of medication was advised to avoid food that cause the allergic reaction. Conclusion: Management of this case can be successful if clinician understand the clinical manifestation of hypersensitivity reaction to food and can made the right diagnosis to provide proper treatment. Furthermore requires patient cooperation to follow the prescribed care instruction.
MANAGEMENT OF ORAL LICHEN PLANUS TRIGGERED BY STRESS Dermawan, IGN Putra; Gede Juwita Putra, I Nyoman
Interdental: Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi Vol 17 No 1 (2021): Interdental Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi (IJKG)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46862/interdental.v17i1.1935

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Introduction: Oral lichen planus (OLP) is a mucocutaneous disorder that rarely occurs around us and only involves the layer of the stratified squamous epithelium. Oral lichen planus is more common in women aged 30 - 65 years. The etiology of this disorder is not yet known, but there are severe predisposing factors that play a role,such as hepatitis C virus infection, food, drugs, malignancy and psychological factors. Purpose: This case report aims to describe the treatment of stress induced OLP. Case Report: A 46 year old man presented with complaints of stinging on the inner right and left cheeks for one month ago. The patient admits that he has a lot of thoughts related to family problems. It is found that the lesion resembles a white streak withredness that forms in the intraoral area. Case management: The patient was given therapy in the form of topical corticosteroids and consulted to psychiatry and got improvement after 1 week of treatment. Discussion: The treatment of OLP lesions is a treatment that requires collaboration between the dentist, the patient and the patient's family. Corticosteroid therapy is the gold standard treatment given to people with OLP. Corticosteroids are widely used in medicine because of their strong effect and fast anti-inflammatory reaction. Corticosteroids are widely used for the management of inflammatory diseases. Besides supporting therapy in consultation with a psychologist or psychiatrist to deal with stress disorders. Conclusion: Treatment of OLP lesions is a complex treatment. Corticosteroid therapy, both topical and systemic, is the most appropriate therapy and the role of a psychologist or psychiatrist is needed in managing patient stress to increase the percentage of patient recovery.
IMMERSION OF HEAT POLYMERIZED ACRYLIC RESIN DENTAL BASE IN ARAK BALI AGAINST SURFACE ROUGHNESS Ayu Wirayuni, Kadek; Dwi Saputra, I Made Hendri
Interdental: Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi Vol 17 No 1 (2021): Interdental Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi (IJKG)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46862/interdental.v17i1.2051

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Introduction: The denture base is the part of the removable denture that is supported by good adaptation to the underlying oral tissue. Most of the denture bases are made of acrylic or polymethyl methacrylate resin, better known as PMMA. However, acrylic resin also has disadvantages such as easily broken and absorbs liquids both water and chemicals. The chemical absorption like alcohol, ethanol, and some drinks that contain acidic materials will chemically be induced with acrylic resin and settle in the pores of the acrylic resin. The chemical damage or defect creates roughness on the surface of the acrylic resin which can cause cracking or crazing and a decrease in surface strength and hardness. Materials and Methods: The method used in this research was a laboratory experimental design with a post-test-only control group using 12 samples consisting of 2 different types of samples by measuring the surface roughness of the acrylic resin after immersing the sample with a predetermined time. Results and Discussions: One-way ANOVA test results showed a significant difference in surface roughness after the samples immersion with a value of p = 0.006 (p <0.05). Conclusions: Based on this research, can be concluded that there is an increase in the surface roughness of the heated polymerized acrylic resin for 3 hours and 4 hours of immersion. The longer the heated polymerized acrylic resin is soaked in arak hence the level of surface roughness increases.
CROWN DOWN PREPARATION TECHNIQUE WITH LARGE TAPER ENDODONTIC HAND INSTRUMENT Riany, Asri
Interdental: Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi Vol 17 No 1 (2021): Interdental Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi (IJKG)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46862/interdental.v17i1.2424

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Introduction: Root canal preparation is an important step in root canal treatment. The use of stainless steel K-Files is time-consuming and causes fatigue to patients and operators. The large taper endodontic hand instrument can be used as an option for another preparation instrument. The purpose of this article is to determine the advantages of using large taper endodontic hand instruments as a preparation instrument compared to conventional stainless steel K-Files. Case: The 24-year-old male patient presented with pain in his lower left tooth even though it was not used. Examination of teeth 35, percussion and press (+), palpation (-), CE (-), exploration of root canals with smooth broach (+). There was a radiolucent image in the distal crown that had reached the pulp chamber, radiolucency with a blurred border of 2mm in diameter at the periapical area, and the dilation of the periodontal ligaments along with the roots. Tooth 35 diagnosis was partial pulp necrosiswith periapical lesions. Case Management: Root canal treatment of teeth 35 using hand-used ProTaper with the crown down technique up to F4 WL = 21mm. Obturation with single cone technique with Endomethasone as a sealer. Discussion: The large taper instrument is very flexible and easily enters narrow and bent root canals, thus it can shorten the working time, reduce the risk of fatigue for patients and operators, improves the cleaning of the root canal system, and consistent root canal formation. The crown down technique used can reduce the risk of preparation errors, prevent debris extrusion and improve obturation quality. Conclusion: Root canal preparation using a large taper endodontic hand instrument can shorten the working time and reduce the risk of fatigue for patients and operators compared to preparations using conventional stainless steel K-File.
BULK FILL COMPOSITE RESIN RESTORATION TECHNIQUES REPLACE INCREMENTAL TECHNIQUES Yudistian, Ilma
Interdental: Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi Vol 17 No 1 (2021): Interdental Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi (IJKG)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46862/interdental.v17i1.2426

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Introduction: Shrinkage during the polymerization process is the main disadvantage of using composite resins because it creates pressure between the tooth and the restoration which causes failure of the adhesion of the composite resin to the tooth, micro-fissures, and cuspid deflection. Review: To reduce shrinkage that occurs, it is known that conventional composite resins must be inserted into the cavity incrementally or in layers with a maximum thickness of 2 mm per layer. However, the incremental insertion method has several disadvantages, namely that it requires a longer clinical time for restoration. To overcome the shortcomings of these conventional composites, Bulk-fill composite resin was introduced. Composite bulk fill is a sophisticated technology that allows composites to be directly placed on the restoration, has a low polymerization shrinkage to reduce micro-leakage, reduces stress in the presence of elasticity, increases the depth of at least 4 mm translucent at the time of application, is very conducive to light transmission, is more flowable to allow adaptation to the cavity, including cervical margins, it is easy to apply with minimal handling and is resistant to large stresses. Conclusion: With the characteristics possessed by the Bulk-fill composite resin, it is known that the bulk-fill technique in addition to reducing the clinical application time, can also improve the edge adaptation between the restoration and the tooth compared to the incremental technique, without reducing its physical strength.
IMPACT STRENGTH TEST ON ADDITION OF AGAVE SISALANA FIBER AND E-GLASS FIBER IN ACRYLIC RESIN DENTAL PLATE REPAIR Sugianitri, Ni Kadek; Suhendra
Interdental: Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi Vol 17 No 1 (2021): Interdental Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi (IJKG)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46862/interdental.v17i1.2427

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Introduction: Acrylic resin is the most common material for the denture base because acrylic resin has good esthetics, ease of processing, reparability and inexpensive. A disadvantage of acrylic resin is that it is easily to be cracked. One of the ways to resolve this problem is by adding the agave sisalana fiber and E-glass fiber. The purpose of this study was to find out the effect after addition agave sisalana fiber and E-glass fiber on impact strength of an acrylic resin denture plate reparation. Material and Method: The experiment involved twenty seven plates of heat-cured acrylic with the dimensions of 55x 10 x 10 mm with the 26 x 5 x 4 mm for the cavity to measure, each measurement divided into three groups, with nine samples for each groups. The first group as a control group (without fiber), the second group as a group with agave sisalana fiber addition, the thirdgroup as a group with e-glass fiber addition. All plates were soaked in distillation water for one day at 37oC. Plates were tested for impact strength using the charpy method. All data obtained was analyzed with one-wayANOVA followed by LSD (Least Significant Difference) with p<0,05. Result and Discussion: The result showed that the influences of impact strength between without fiber with agave sisalana fiber and E-glass fiber addition on acrylic denture reparation. Acrylic denture reparation in both fibers with concentration 3,3%, agave sisalana fiber has the highest impact strength rather than e-glass fiber. Conclusion: The conclusion of this study is that there is an increase in impact strength with agave sisalana fiber and E-glass fiber addition on acrylic denture reparation and agave sisalana fiber has the highest impact strength.

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