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OBTURATOR PROSTHESIS TO REHABILIT PALATE AND KENNEDY CLAS III PATIENT Hidayat, Rahmat
ODONTO : Dental Journal Vol 4, No 2 (2017): December 2017
Publisher : Faculty of Dentistry, Universitas Islam Sultan Agung

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30659/odj.4.2.136-142

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Background: Cleft palate leads to oroantral communication and also malformations of the palate and agenese of teeth adjacent to the defect. Abnormal defect closure was done by replacing the hard, soft tissues and missing teeth using an intraoral maxillofacial prosthesis called obturator. Purpose: Assess the use of prosthetic rehabilitation using frame obturator combination with acrylic resin on patient’s palatum defect to restore esthetic, speech, swallowing, mastication functions.Case: 23 years old male patient with chief complaint palatum defect that cause nasal voice. Intraoral examination revealed a large palate defect in the right of palatum durum segment, also defect on left labial gingiva, and missing teeth in 13, 15, 16, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 35, 36, 45, 46.Case Management: Obturator was made to cover defect of palate and replace missing teeth. Impression was taken with hydrocoloid irreversible and gauze that cover the defect to avoid alginate entering nasal cavity. Insertion of obturator showed cleft palate was covered well by frame combination with acrylic resin base. The retention, stabilization and occlusion were good, nasal voice was reduced, defect on left labial gingiva were covered by labial wing.Discussion: Patient was satisfed because nasal voice was reduced, estethic,mastication and swallowing function were restored, also. Patient can clean and use obturator easily.Conclusion: Frame obturator in patient’s palate defect can reduce nasal voice, restore esthetic, swallowing and mastication functions.
THE INFLAMMATORY REACTION OF PULP TISSUE WITH CALCIUM HYDROXIDE, MTA AND PORTLAND CEMENT (In Vivo) Witasari, Jos Erry Hesti; Munyati, Usman; Dewi, Anggraini
ODONTO : Dental Journal Vol 4, No 2 (2017): December 2017
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30659/odj.4.2.114-121

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Background : Perforation in normal pulp could be happened anytime. In sterile condition, direct pulp capping was the right therapy to maintain the vitality and pulp function. Direct pulp capping agent must contact with the pulp tissue. Generally, body had an immunologic respond with foreign body that contact with tissue. The respond could be inflammatory reaction. The used direct pulp capping agents were calcium hydroxide, and Mineral Trioxide Aggregate (MTA) which known as better agent but relatively expensive and difficult to obtain. So that, the alternative of MTA, Portland cement which was the same essential of MTA, was being developed. The aim of this study, to analized inflammatory reaction of the pulp tissue with direct pulpcapping agents calcium hydroxide, MTA, and Portland cement.Methods: Free caries M. Nemestrina’s posterior teeth were prepared to formpin point perforations on buccal surface of the crowns. The teeth were appliedwith one of the three capping agents. Teeth were filled and extracted. Theextracted teeth were proceed into histopatological preparation slides to evaluatethe inflammatic reaction.Results: The result showed no statistically significant differences of pulp inflammatory reaction between calcium hydroxide, MTA and Portland cement in7, 14, 42, and 90 days.Conclusion: The inflammatory reaction of pulp tissue of the three pulp cappingagent (calcium hydroxide, MTA, and PC) were insignificant different.
PENGARUH EKSTRAK DAUN BELUNTAS (Pluchea indica (L.) Less) 25% TERHADAP BIOFILM STREPTOCOCCUS MUTANS - in vitro Syaravina, Clarissa Bonita; Amalina, Rizki; Hadianto, Eko
ODONTO : Dental Journal Vol 5, No 1 (2018): July 2018
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30659/odj.5.1.28-33

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Background: Bioflm begins with formation of pelicle and within a minutes the colonization of bacteria attached to surface of the teeth. One of early bacteria attached was Streptococcus mutans. This study used 25% beluntas leaf extract in influencing the growth of Streptococcus mutans bioflm. The purpose of study was to investigated effect of 25% beluntas leaf extract on Streptococcus mutans bioflm.Methods: This research was experimental laboratory with post test only control design, consist of four treatment groups, 25% beluntas leaf extract and 0.12% chlorhexidine incubated 24 hours and 48 hours. Bioflm formation was measured by calculating Optical Density using a spectrophotometer. Data analysis was performed using One Way Anova test followed by Post Hoc LSD test.Result: The results showed that beluntas leaf extract could influence theformation of S.mutans bioflm but the effect in inhibiting bioflm formation is still not as good as chlorhexidine. It is known from the results of One Way Anova 25% beluntas leaf extract and 0.12% chlorhexidine incubated for 24 hours and 48 hours showed signifcant difference (p <0.05).Conclusion: The conclusion of this research is the effect of beluntas leaf extract (Pluchea indica (L.) Less) 25% to Streptococcus mutans bioflm in vitro.
PERBANDINGAN UJI KEBOCORAN TEPI RESIN KOMPOSIT FLOWABLE DAN BAHAN LUTING SEMEN PADA PASAK POLYETHYLENE FIBER-REINFORCED (PFR) Nasrudin, Malun; Aju Fatmawati, Dwi Warna; Soesetijo, FX Ady
ODONTO : Dental Journal Vol 3, No 1 (2016): July 2016
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30659/odj.3.1.27-33

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Background: Zinc phosphate, glass-ionomer, and resin cement are the most commonly used as luting cements. Flowable composite resin could reduce restoration microleakage and provided better marginal seal in dentin. Purpose: The objective of the study was to compare microleakage between flowable composite resin and cement luting materials.Methods: The study was experimental laboratory by the post test only without control group design. The sample size was 18, which was divided into 3 groups. Each group consisted of 6 samples. Glass-ionomer cement and zinc phosphate were luting cement materials that used in the study. Microleakage measurement method used stereomicroscope after the samples were stored in methylen blue 0.25%.Results: The smallest average value of microleakage was in the flowable composite resin group (29,16%). One way ANOVA test results showed that there were significant differences between treatment groups (p=0.000). Conclusion: It was concluded that flowable composite resin have smaller microleakage average value than glass-ionomer cement and zinc phosphate.
PENGARUH SUSU IBU HAMIL TERHADAP EKSPRESI KALLIKREIN-RELATED PEPTIDASE-4 (KLK-4) PADA SEL AMELOBLAS DALAM TUMBUH KEMBANG GIGI Samia, Salma; Christiono, Sandy; Sari, Rina Kartika
ODONTO : Dental Journal Vol 7, No 2 (2020): December 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30659/odj.7.2.98-103

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Background: Tooth development during the embryonic period is a complex process that needs enough nutrition for the formation of healthy dental tissue. Kallikrein-related peptidase-4 (KLK-4) is a serine proteinase secreted by ameloblast during transition and maturation stages in the amelogenesis process which functions to degrade protein matrices so enamel could reach the final hardness. Pregnancy milk contains various nutrients that can increase KLK-4 expression of ameloblast cells in the tooth development. This study aims to determine the impact of pregnancy milk against the KLK-4 expression of ameloblast cell in the tooth development process.Method: 12 pregnant female mice (Mus Musculus L.) divided into control group (given sterile aquadest) and treatment group (given pregnancy milk + sterile aquadest) for 18 days then the tooth germ was taken. Samples were stained to see the KLK-4 expression. Data were analyzed using an Independent sample t-test.Result: Our study showed that the average amounts of KLK-4 expression in the treatment group are higher than the control group. Based on the Independent sample t-test statistic methods, there is a significant difference with the value of p=0,017.Conclusion: The pregnancy milk could influence the Kallikrein-related peptidase-4 (KLK-4) expression of ameloblast cell in the mice fetus’s tooth development.
CARIES STATUS EARLY CHILDHOOD CARIES IN INDONESIAN CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS : Study In SDLB Central Java Christiono, Sandy; Putranto, R Rama
ODONTO : Dental Journal Vol 2, No 2 (2015): December 2015
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30659/odj.2.2.4-10

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Background: The prevalence of ECC (Early Childhood Caries) is still problem in Indonesian, especially in children with special needs. Unstable economic development leads to a poorer economic situation and may have an impact on increasing the prevalence of ECC. This study aimed to investigate the Caries Status of ECC in children with special needs and its association with sociodemografi and parental socioeconomic circumstances in Semarang, Central Java, Indonesian.Method: This research was conducted in SDLB using questionnaire and Using World Health Organization for diagnosis of caries. Informed consent from parents was obtained. The study sample was 21 children aged 3-6 years which consisted of 12 boys and 9 girls. Data were tested by Spearman correlation. Result: The result showed that 85.7% of the children had ECC. The result also showed significant association between ECC in the child and the age of the mother (r= 0.453, p=0.018), education level of the mother (r=0.741, p=0.0001), social status (r=0.807, p=0.0061) and other income (r=0.527, p=0.050). Conclusion: The conclusion of this study is that there was a significant association between caries status of a young child and the age of the mother, the socio-economic status and other income.
PERBEDAAN EFEKTIFITAS RETENSI DAN PREVENTIF KARIES BAHAN PIT DAN FISSURE SEALANT Jos Erry, Hesti Witasari; Ardinansyah, Agus
ODONTO : Dental Journal Vol 6, No 2 (2019): December 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30659/odj.6.2.125-133

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Introduction: Dental caries is a fairly high dental disease that occurs in most countries, which is approximately 60-90% occur in children. Pit and Fissure sealants are materials that are placed on pits and dental fissures that aim to prevent dental caries. There are several types of materials which often used as pit and sealant fissures, including Glass Ionomer Cement (GIC) and Resin-based Sealant/Composite Resin (RK). The purpose of this study is analising the differences in the effectiveness of retention and prevention of caries in GIC and RK pit and fissure sealants in elementary school children. Method: The subjects are 76 permanent teeth of 7-8 years old children with a grouping of 38 teeth each based on the material tested of GIC and RK. Results: There is a significant differences between the pit and fissure sealant material of GIC and RK in the effectiveness of retention and prevention of caries. Conclusion: In the statistical calculation, the comparative effectiveness of retention and caries prevention pit and fissure sealant RK and GIC materials is significant difference. The RK material is more effective in retention and prevention of caries compared with GIC.
OSTEOMYELITIS KRONIS MANDIBULA PASCA EKSTRAKSI GIGI DISERTAI BELL’S PALSY Rochmah, Yayun Siti
ODONTO : Dental Journal Vol 6, No 1 (2019): July 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30659/odj.6.0.52-55

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Background: Chronic osteomyelitis mandibula is one of the complications from dental extraction. Inadequate wound handling can have an impact on the spread of infection in the surrounding tissue like nerve which results in facial nerve paralysis. The purpose is to present a rare case that facilitative nerve paralysis as a result of the spread of osteomyelitis infectionCase Management: A 69 years old woman with chief complains numbness onher lips accompanied by pus out beside the lower teeth. No sistemic disease. Panoramic radiograph showed abnormal bone-like sequester. Extraoral examination appeared the bluish color on the right cheek and there was right facial muscle paralysis. Debridement, sequesterectomy by general anesthesia and medication using ceftriaxone intravenous, ketorolac injection, multivitamin, and corticosteroid, physiotherapy for facial nerve paralyze, also.Discussion: Pathogenesis mandibular osteomyelitis involves contiguous spreadfrom an odontogenic focus infection. The bacteria produce an exotoxin, which, while unable to cross the blood-brain barrier, can have deleterious effects on thePeripheral Nerve System (Fasialis Nerve) in up to 75% of cases, with the severity of presentation correlating with the severity of the infection.Conclusion: Chronic mandibular osteomyelitis can spread the infection to around another anatomy oral cavity like facials nerves.
EFEKTIVITAS EKSTRAK DAUN JAMBU METE (Anacardium Occidentale L) TERHADAP PERTUMBUHAN Aggregatibacter Actinomycetemcomitans PADA GINGIVITIS - In Vitro Ayu, Nendika Dyah; Indraswary, Recita; Christiono, Sandy
ODONTO : Dental Journal Vol 1, No 1 (2014): July 2014
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30659/odj.1.1.44-48

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Background: Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans found in plaque that will be the primary cause of gingivitis. Extract of Anacardium occidentale L leaves contains antibacterial substances which can help to preserve the health of the teeth. This research purposed to ensure the effectiveness of antibacterial effect in extract of Anacardium occidentale L leaves to Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans growth in gingivitis. Method: The research was conducted using the extract of Anacardium occidentale L leaves concentration of 5%, 16%, 32%, 40%, 60%, 80%,96%, aquades as control negative, metronidazole as control positive. The making extracts of Anacardium occidentale L leaves was done by maceration method. And then the extract tested by sinks diffusion method, one petri disk have a sink, with 3 times repetition, incubated for 24 hours and measured its radical zone with a caliper. Result: The radical zone average of Anacardium occidentale L leaves extract concentration of 5%, 16%, 32%, 40%, 60%, 80%, 96% respectively is 4.47 mm, 12.04 mm, 5.80 mm, 6.55 mm, 6.85 mm,7.20 mm, 8.05 mm. There were differences with One Way Anova in the groups treated with significance of 0.000. Conclusion: According to the research concluded that there is antibacterial potency in extract of Anacardium occidentale L leaves to bacterial growth of Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans. 
EFEK DENTOSKELETAL PADA MALOKLUSI KELAS II DIVISI 1 DENGAN BIONATOR DAN ALAT ORTODONTI LEPASAN : LAPORAN KASUS Kurniawati, Sari; Senanda, Angela Putri Bunga
ODONTO : Dental Journal Vol 6: Special Issue 1. April 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30659/odj.6.1.12-18

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Background: Class II division 1 malocclusion characterized by mandibularretrognation, deep bite and increasement of overjet. Myofunctional appliance could modify the growth and developmental of mandibular at appropriate phase. The purpose of this case report was to present successful management of Class II division 1 by using bionator and removable appliance.Case Management: A 9 years old girl with upper teeth protrusion, crowding and affected the esthetical perception. The diagnosis was Class II division 1 with mandibular retrognation and upper incisor protrusion, upper and lower anterior crowding and palatal bite. Patient also had lip biting and thumb sucking habit. Bionator leads the mandibular moved forward and arch widening. Treatment planning were to reduce overjet by prognating mandibular and bad habit elimination. Followed by retracting the upper teeth and deep bite correction by using removable appliance.Conclusion: Patient profile became corrected in 10 weeks. Overjet reduced in by prognating the mandible, decreasing of palatal bite, molar relation become Class I and bad habit elimination. In 10 months, overjet and overbite were corrected.

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