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Journal Of Syiah Kuala Dentistry Society
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Journal of Syiah Kuala Dentistry Society (JDS) is a media of scientific communication that published online (E-ISSN: 2502-0412), this journal aims to share information through publications among intellectuals in the fields of dentistry and other science else which related to dentistry. This journal publishing opportunities for academicians to pour a variety of ideas as well as ideas about technology and the development of science in dentistry, health sciences applications and integrated correlations.
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POTENSI ANTIBAKTERI EKSTRAK JAHE (Zingiber officinale Roscoe) TERHADAP Porphyromonas gingivalis SECARA IN VITRO M. Alibasyah, Zulfan; Andayani, Ridha; Farhana, Ana
Journal of Syiah Kuala Dentistry Society Vol 1, No 2 (2016): JULY
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AbstractChronic periodontitis is the most common periodontal disease occurs in people with prevalence of96.58% and usually occurs at the age of 35 years and over. The main cause of chronic periodontitis isaccumulation of plaque and bacteria. The most dominant bacteria in chronic periodontitis isPorphyromonas gingivalis. Ginger (Zingiber officinale Roscoe) is a spice plant that is widely used bythe public, contain secondary metabolites such as flavonoids, terpenoids, phenols, and essential oilwhich is antibacterial. This study aim was to determined the ginger’s extract (Zingiber officinaleRoscoe) antibacterial potency against Porphyoromonas gingivalis with various concentrations are6.25%, 12.5%, 25%, 50%, and 100%. Antibacterial potency which test done by placing a paper discsthat has been dipped in the test group with 5 concentration and the placed on the surface of the MHAmedium (Mueller Hilton Agar) which had been grown Porphyromonas gingivalis, and incubated for 24hours at a temperature of 37 0C in an anaerobic atmosphere. Furthermore, inhibition zones werecalculated using calipers. Data were analyzed by one way ANOVA test which showed that the extractof ginger (Zingiber officinale Roscoe) can inhibit Porphyromonas gingivalis with probability (P 0.05).Conclusion the extract of ginger (Zingiber officinale Roscoe) cold inhibit the growth ofPorphyromonas gingivalis at 6,25% concentration of extract with average of inhibition zone 10,6 mmthat categorized weak.Keywords: Ginger, Porphyromonas gingivalis, Chronic Periodontitis
AKTIVITAS ANTIBAKTERI TEPUNG CACING TANAH (Lumbricus rubellus) TERHADAP Enterococcus faecalis SECARA IN VITRO Andayani, Ridha; Mubarak, Zaki; Rizki Rinanda, Dian
Journal of Syiah Kuala Dentistry Society Vol 1, No 2 (2016): JULY
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AbstractEnterococcus faecalis is a facultative anerobic bacterium which can causesecondary periapicalinfection and is very resistant to numerous antimicrobial substances normally used during the rootcanal treatment. Earthworm (Lumbricusrubellus) possess antimicrobial peptide, known as Lumbricin-1 which is known tohinder the growth of Gram positive and Gram negative bacteria as well as fungi,but rarely caused resistance. This research was an experimental laboratory study conducted to observethe antibacterial activity of Lumbricin-1 contained in earthworm powder towards the growth of E.faecalis in vitro. Enterococcusfaecalis was cultured on CHROMagar VRE media and incubatedanaerobically for24-48 hours in the temperature of 37⁰C. The bacterium was identified by observingthe colour of the colony of the bacterium growing on the CHROMagarVRE medium and Gramstaining, while antibacterial activity test was performedusing disk diffusion method. Statisticalanalysis using one way ANOVA and Duncan test showed that there was a significant difference (p 0,05) between test and control group. The result of the study showed that earthworm powderpossessed strong antibacterial activity towards the growth of Enterococcusfaecalis.Key words: Enterococcus faecalis, Lumbricus rubellus, antimicrobial peptide, Lumbricin-1
OSTEOCHONDROMA IN MANDIBULAR SIMPHYSIS : A CASE REPORT Ahmad Arbi, Teuku
Journal of Syiah Kuala Dentistry Society Vol 1, No 2 (2016): JULY
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AbstractOsteochondroma or osteocartilaginous exostosis is one of the most common benign bone tumours. It is frequently observed on the metaphyses of long and flat bones, with no transition to the underlying normal bone. It is rather rare found on the oral and maxillofacial region. This lesion may present in a solitary fashion or as multiple osteochondromas as part of an inherited syndrome that results in disturbances of skeletal growth and development. In the skull, The coronoid process and mandibular condyle are the most commonly affected areas, but very rare in the mandibular symphisis.We present a case of swelling at the  lingual anterior mandible region in 24 years old Indonesian female. The swelling  was slowly grow, extended to the anterior site. There was no pain and no history of trauma on that region. The patient felt her anterior mandible teeth mobile since 1 year ago. On OPG showed radioluncency on the mandibular symphisis with well defined border. Histopahologic examination result as osteochondroma. We perform en block resection to remove all the tumor. . Two months after surgery, the patient has no complain on operation area. Keywords :osteochondroma, mandibular symphisis, en block resection
PERAN MOTIVASI TERHADAP TINGKAT KOOPERATIF PASIEN YANG BERKUNJUNG KE RUMAH SAKIT GIGI DAN MULUT UNSYIAH Herwanda, Herwanda; Novita, Cut Fera; Berutu, Mhd Parlindungan
Journal of Syiah Kuala Dentistry Society Vol 2, No 2 (2017): JULY
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Health is an important condition  inlife and to achieve this it takes a motivation, especially the motivation to recover from a disease. Patient motivation means an impulse from within themselves that cause patient come to visit Oral and Dental Hospital (RSGM) of Syiah Kuala University. Patient motivation is influenced by several factors, which were communication between patient and young dentist and health care and the patient behavior itself.  Motivation in every single patient  would be a positive impact in improving patient dental cooperative or partnership in performing a treatment and maintenance procedure. Cooperative is response behavior of patient which appear by the ability or collaborative skills related to dental procedure. The high level of cooperative will make patient act positive toward dental health so that dental procedure would be more effective and efficient. The purpose of this study is to determine whether there is a role of motivation to patient cooperative  who visited Oral and Dental Hospital (RSGM) of Syiah Kuala University. This study was a cross-sectional study. The sampling method was done by purposive sampling that included 67 subjects who visited Oral and Dental Hospital (RSGM) of Syiah Kuala University. This research was done by using a questionnaire that was designed by the researcher. Results of analysis using Kendall's Tau test showed a significant relationship between motivation patient on patient cooperative  (p 0.05). It is concluded that there is a role of motivation on patient cooperative who visited Oral and Dental Hospital (RSGM) of Syiah Kuala University. Keywords: Motivation, Level of Cooperative, Oral and Dental Hospital (RSGM) of Syiah Kuala University
PENGETAHUAN REMAJA USIA 15-17 TAHUN DI SMAN 4 KOTA BANDA ACEHTERHADAP EFEK SAMPING PEMAKAIAN ALAT ORTODONTI CEKAT Herwanda, Herwanda; Arifin, Rafinus; Lindawati, Lindawati
Journal of Syiah Kuala Dentistry Society Vol 1, No 1 (2016): JANUARY
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The purpose of orthodontic appliance is now more widely used by teenagers. Most teenagers using orthodontic tool for lifestyle, without knowing and not considering the main purpose, benefits and risks of orthodontic treatment. The purpose of thisstudy was to determine the level of knowledge of teenagers age 15-17 years in SMAN 4 Banda Aceh to the side effects of using fixed orthodontic appliance. Design of study was descriptive. The number of subjects in this study were 96 people, subjects retrieved using non-probability sampling and purposive sampling technique. The results of the study showed 25 subjects (26%) have knowledge in the high category, 68 subjects (70.9 %) have knowledge in the medium category, and 3 subjects (3.1 %) have knowledge in the low category. The conclusion in this study is that knowledge of students in SMAN 4 Banda Aceh on the side effects of fixed orthodontic appliance use are in the medium category.Keywords : Knowledge, fixed orthodontic, side effect
GAMBARAN KEPATUHAN MAHASISWA KLINIK FAKULTAS KEDOKTERAN GIGI UNIVERSITAS SYIAH KUALA DALAM HAL PEMISAHAN LIMBAH MEDIS DAN NON-MEDIS Novita, Cut Fera; Andriany, Poppy; Helmi, Rico Dwianda
Journal of Syiah Kuala Dentistry Society Vol 2, No 1 (2017): JANUARY
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Compliance in health behavior is the extent to which the condition of individual behavior in accordance with health standards. The waste generated by health care are medical waste and non-medical waste.The amount of medical waste originating from health facilities are expected to increase. Dental and Oral Hospital of Syiah Kuala University is the only oral and dental health services in Banda Aceh. Hospital operations which highly complex not only have a positive impact for society, but also allows a negative impact in the form environmental contamination and cross-infection diseases such as HIV / AIDS, hepatitis B and C due to the an incorrect disposal and management of waste. The aim of this study was to describe the compliance of clinical student Faculty of Dentistry of Syiah Kuala University in case of medical and non-medical waste separation. This is a descriptive research with cross sectional data collecting method. This research does not require the consent of the respondent. How to measure in this study is by given a score of 1 when the separation of medical waste is done and given a score of 0 if it is not done. Rate of compliance will be categorized in three categories: good ≥ 75%, medium = 56-74%, and bad ≤ 55%. Data were analyzed by descriptive and presented in tabular or graphical. The results showed that the compliance overview of clinical students Faculty of Dentistry Syiah Kuala University in case of medical and non-medical waste separation as follows; 28 people categorized as good (35%), 41 people categorized as medium (52%), and 10 people categorized as bad (13%). The conclusion of this study indicate the medium category, which amounted to 41 (52%). Keywords : Complience, clinical student, medical and non-medical waste separation.
POTENSI DAYA HAMBAT EKSKTRAK KULIT BUAH MANGGIS (Garciniamangostana L) TERHADAP PERTUMBUHAN CANDIDAALBICANS Andayani, Ridha; Nasution, Abdillah Imron; Andrian, Andrian
Journal of Syiah Kuala Dentistry Society Vol 1, No 1 (2016): JANUARY
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Candidaalbicans (C. albcians) is anopportunistic fungi that incertain circumstances may be pathogenis in the oral cavity and causes oral candidiasis. Garciniamangostana L. peels is one of plants which contains antifungal constituents such as flavonoid, tanins, saponins, polyphenols, quinones, and triterpenoids. This study was aimed to determine the effect of Garcinia mangostana L. peels extract against the growth of C.albicans.Garcinia mangostana L. peels extract was made by maceration method using 96% etanol. The determination of the effect of Garciniamangostana L. peels extract against the growth of C. albicans wa s done by using discdiffusion method on SDA media. Concentration of extract that has used is 6,25%, 12,5%, 25%, and 50%. The data collected from this study was analyzed by One Way ANOVA test with α=0,05 and continued by LSD test. Result of this study showed. Conclution Garcinia mangostana peels extract have intermediet effect to against  the growth of C. albicans on concentration 50% with inhibition zona 14,17 mm. Keyword: Candidaalbicans,Garciniamangostana L .peels extract,disc diffusion  method
TINGKAT PENGETAHUAN PASIEN TENTANG PEMELIHARAAN KEBERSIHAN GIGI TIRUAN LEPASAN AKRILIK Aya Sofya, Pocut; Fera Novita, Cut; Murtilasari, Naztasia
Journal of Syiah Kuala Dentistry Society Vol 1, No 2 (2016): JULY
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AbstractThe vertical dimension is height of the vertical face which can be measured based on assesment offacial height proportion. Facial height proportion divided into upper and lower. A normal of upper andlower facial height proportion is 50%. Dental malocclusion is a deviate relation between teeth and thiscan be affect the height of a person's face. Angle classification is the most classification whichcommonly used nowadays. Angle classify based on relation between maxilla and mandible first molar.A lower facial height proportion in molar relation class II division 2 is smaller than class I. This isbecause the molar relation class II division 2 has a deep bite as a result of upwards and forwardsmandibular growth. This research is a descriptive survey that aims to see ilustration facial heightproportion in molar relation class I and class II division 2 Angle in Student Faculty of Dentistry. Thesubjects of this study was consists of 133 subjects with molar relation class I and 6 subjects with molarrelation class II division 2 which selection using purposive sampling. Measuring facial heightproportion was used sliding digital caliper which measured from glabella to menton point. The result ofthis study shown that average upper facial height proportion in molar relation class I is 47,03% andclass II division 2 is 48,15%. While, average lower facial height proportion in molar relation class I is52,97% and class II division 2 is 51,84%.Keywords : vertical dimension, facial height proportion and molar relation
GAMBARAN RADIOGRAF PADA PENYAKIT PERIODONTAL Saputri, Dewi
Journal of Syiah Kuala Dentistry Society Vol 3, No 1 (2018): JANUARY
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Periodontal disease is an infectiuos disease that happen of the periodontal tissue. In order to see theprogress of periodontal disease, a proper examination is needed in which it includes clinical andsupporting examination. One of a supporting examination in diagnoses periodontal disease is radiographexamination. Radiographic appearance provide important information since it can show an image that can not be seen by clinical examination like the length of the root, bone height, patterns of bone destructionand others abnormalities of the periodontal tissue except gingival tissue. Radiographic appereance is avaluable in the diagnoses of periodontal disease, treatment planning, determination of prognosis andevaluation of the outcome of treatment Keywords : Periodontal Disease, Supporting Examination, Radiographic Appereance
PERAWATAN GIGI SUPERNUMERARY RAHANG ATAS PADA MASA GIGI BERCAMPUR: LAPORAN KASUS Fitria Lubis, Hilda
Journal of Syiah Kuala Dentistry Society Vol 1, No 2 (2016): JULY
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AbstractSupernumerary teeth is one of the etiology of crowding and a serious problem for patients because it can be a risk factor supernumerary tooth malocclusion especially if it grows in the anterior part between the two incisor teeth ( mesiodens ) so that patients feel uncomfortable which can result in disturbing appearance . The etiology of supernumerary teeth from heriditer factor , disruptions / anomalies growth of teeth and other tissues as well as some theory that suggests the etiology such as avatisme theory and the theory of dichotomy . Male patients aged 9 years came to the Department of Orthodontics RSGMP FKG USU with complaints of upper anterior teeth crowding . Changes in treatment results obtained within 4 months using removable orthodontic device is active . Early treatment in this case is recommended due to prevent malocclusion become more severe . This tool is easy to make, efficient and well tolerated by patients .