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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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AKTIVITAS ANTIFUNGI EKSTRAK DAUN PEPAYA TERHADAP Candida Albicans PADA BASIS GIGI TIRUAN LEPASAN Nugrahini, Sintha; Nurlitasari, Dewi Farida
Interdental: Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi Vol 15 No 1 (2019): Interdental Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi (IJKG)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46862/interdental.v15i1.337

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Plaque accumulation on removable denture mayinduce Denture Stomatitis (DS). Candida albicans is the main microorganism that causes DS. To prevent DS, dentures need to be cleaned. The simplest denture cleaning method is immersion using chemicals. Papaya leaf (Carica papaya) contain antifungi substance, could be used as denture cleanser. The aim of this study wasto prove the effectivity of papaya leaf extract todecreasing the number of Candida albicans colonies on acrylic resin plates and thermoplastic nylon. This study was pretest-posttest with control group design, 32 samples (16 acrylic resin plates, 16 thermoplastic nylon plates) were divided into 4 groups: immersion using aquadest, fittydent®, papaya leaf extract 10% and 40%. Paired T-test showed the means of Candida albicans number on acrylic resin plates after immersion of aquadest, fittydent®, papaya leaf extract 10% and 40% were 0.75+2.98 CFU/ml, 82.5+1.29, 53.5+3.31 CFU/ml, 81.5+2.38 CFU/ml. The means of Candida albicans number on thermoplastic nylon after immersion of aquadest, fittydent®, papaya leaf extract 10% and 40% were 0.5+1.73 CFU/ml, 82.25+2.21 CFU/ml, 70.25+3.3 CFU/ml, 80.50+3.69 CFU/ml. Oneway ANOVA test showed no significant differences number of Candida albicans colonies (p >0.05) after immersion using fittydent® and papaya leaf extract 40% on both plates (100% Candida albicans cells died after immersion). The decrease percentage shown in the immersion of papaya leaf extract 10% group (66.67% on acrylic resin plates and 87.8% on thermoplastic nylon).This study concluded that papaya leaf extract was effective in decreasing the number of Candida albicans colonies on acrylic resin plates and thermoplastic nylon.
TEMPERATURE AND SOAKING TIME CAUSE COLOR CHANGES OF FLEXIBLE DENTURE Dewi, TP; Nurlitasari, Dewi Farida; Septyanti, I G A Pt Asri
Interdental: Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi Vol 15 No 1 (2019): Interdental Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi (IJKG)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46862/interdental.v15i1.336

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Flexible denture is a removable partial denture made of flexible material and can adapt well to the oral tissues. Color stability is one of the basic properties of denture that is needed in achieving good aesthetics. Intrinsic and extrinsic factors can affect the basic denture's color changes. Extrinsic factors can be stain due to the absorption of pigments of dyes from exogenous sources such as denture cleansing solutions, food and beverages, length of use of materials either due to physical or chemical conditions, such as temperature changes. Intrinsic factors include chemical changes in the material itself, among others, due to the imperfect polymerization process, material pollution in the process of making the material or its processing, due to the chemical reaction within the material itself and various processing techniques resulting in the occurrence of porosity on the surface of the material to facilitate the accumulation of dirt. This study aims to observe the color change of the flexible denture base made of nylontermoplastic. The sample of this study used 30 flexible denture base plates measuring 10 mm x 10 mm x 2 mm, soaked at different temperatures of 40 ° C, 50 ° C and 60 ° C for 1 minute, 3 minutes and 5 minutes in each group . The media used is waterbath as a temperature control and then processed using Adobe Photoshop with CIELab method. The results showed significant color changes in the 37 ° C temperature control group with temperatures of 40 ° C, 50 ° C and 60 ° C (p <0.05). Medium between 40 ° C, 50 ° C and 60 ° C has no significant difference (p> 0,05). The conclusion is that the higher of the temperature and the duration of soaking time have a significant effect on the color change of flexible denture.
ASTAXANTHIN INCREASE AQP-5 MRNA LEVEL, SALIVARY FLOW RATE AND REDUCE F2-ISOPROSTANE LEVEL ON SUBMANDIBULAR GLAND OF WISTAR RATS WHICH IRRADIATED GAMMA RAYS Nasutianto, Haris
Interdental: Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi Vol 15 No 1 (2019): Interdental Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi (IJKG)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46862/interdental.v15i1.335

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Aquaporin-5 (AQP5) is a water channel protein expressed on the apical membrane of serous acini in salivary gland. Previous study have shown that the level of mRNA AQP5 is decreased in irradiated rat that result in decreased salivary flow rate; however, the mechanism has not been reported. It’s maybe due to presence of free radicals. The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of antioxidant on level of mRNA AQP5, salivary flow rate and F2 Isoprostane level (as biomarker of oxidative stress) on salivary gland of rats irradiated with g rays. All experiments were performed using Male Wistar Rat (Rattus Norvegicus, ages 3-4 month, weight 200 – 300 g) were randomly divided into 2 groups: the experimental group and the control group. Twenty two rats were irradiated with single dose (10 Gy) of Co60 Gamma rays at ventral surface at their neck. Before irradiated, the experimental group (11 rats) were given 0.5 mg Astaxanthin® for 4 days but not the control group (11 rats). Saliva secretion, saliva flow rate, and blood were collected after 24 hours. After that, submandibular glands were extirpated for analized mRNA AQP5 using Real Time-RT PCR. Level of F2 Isoprostane was analyzed by ELISA. Using independet t-test showed that mRNA AQP5 level and Flow rate saliva were significanly increased at experimental group (p<0,05), plasma F2 Isoprostance level were significanly decreased at experimental group (p<0,05). Pearson correlation test demonstrate a strong correlation between levels of AQP5 mRNA with levels of F2-isoprostane, mRNA AQP5 levels with salivary secretion, levels of mRNA AQP5 with salivary secretion rate, levels of F2-isoprostane with the salivary secretion, and the levels of F2 -isoprostane with salivary secretion rate. Using regression test showed a significant influence of level F2 Isoprostane toward the levels of mRNA AQP5 and the levels of mRNA AQP5 toward differences of salivary flow rate on submandibular gland. It can be conclude that antioxidant (Astaxanthin®) increased mRNA AQP5 levels, salivary flow rate and reduce levels of isoprostane F2 at Wistar rat irradiated with gamma-rays.
MANAGEMENT OF HERPES LABIALIS TRIGGERED BY STRESS Ganesha, Raziv; Sari, Rina Kartika; Putra, I Nyoman Gede Juwita
Interdental: Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi Vol 17 No 2 (2021): Interdental Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi (IJKG)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46862/interdental.v17i2.2966

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Introduction: Herpes Labialis is the most common form of orofacial herpes, beginning with a feeling of vesicle formation at the vermilion margin of the lips and the surrounding area within 24 hours and then rupture, superficial erosion occurs which is then covered with crusts. Herpes labialis occurs in 50-75% of individuals exposed to HSV-1 infection in the oral cavity and often has a recurrence followed by prodromal symptoms. Reactivation can occur due to triggers in the form of decreased immune conditions due to weather changes, fever, sun exposure, emotional stress, trauma, menstruation, systemic diseases, allergies, and immunosuppression. Case: 22 years old female with a complaint of a wound on the angular lip, initially the patient had a fever for 2 days then a fluid-filled blister appeared which then rupture. Case management: The diagnosis is made using anamnesis, clinical and supporting examination. CBC and Antybody Titer HSV-1 show value under normal for eosinophil and reactive for IgG HSV-1 established. Patient take medicine topical antiinflammation 3 time a day and multivitamins 1 time a day. Discussion: HSV-1 infektion is latent and can reaktivation. Under Stress Condition can caused a reduced circulating population of immune cells such as IL-6, TNFα, Lymphocites B, NK cell, dan Monocytes which HSV-1 Reactivation. Conclusion: Management in case can be successful if the clinician understand HSV-1 Infection Manifestation and added Suporting Examination. In Addition, cooperation from the patien is needed to manage stress so that the disease no more recurrence
SCHOOL PROGRAM BRUSH DAY AND NIGHT 21 DAY TO INCREASE AWARENESS ABOUT ORAL HEALTH: A QUALITATIVE STUDY Rahina, Yudha; Iswari DIGAA, Chandra; Elang, Pudak; Walianto, Surwandi
Interdental: Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi Vol 17 No 2 (2021): Interdental Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi (IJKG)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46862/interdental.v17i2.2942

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Introduction: Most Indonesian brushes their teeth unproperly. This causes the rate of toothache due to caries is still high. The skill of brushing teeth should be taught from a young age. Materaials and Methods: This study is an qualitative applied study, namely implementing brushing day and night program at school for 21 days. This program involves 252 children including their parents, 17 teachers, and 5 dentists as counselor. The number of samples were 17 children. They were from 17 different classes, who followed until finished. Children's age ranges from 7-12 years old. This activity was carried out online. The materials prepared were animated educational videos, a 21-days toothbrushing calendar, colored pencils, children's toothbrushes and fluoridated toothpaste. A structured interview was used as research instrumment. Educational themes for children include: knowledge about teeth in general, the causes of dental caries,the brushing teeth method, and the pledge to brushing teeth. This program includes promotive, preventive, and counseling activities. The data were carried out during and after the activity was completed, then analyzed qualitatively. Results and Discussions: Children diligently brush their teeth in the right way, every morning after breakfast, and at night before going to bed. Parents take an active role in providing facilities, and accompanying their children when brushing their teeth. Conclusion: Children's awareness to maintain dental health increases, it becomes better than before.
THE EFFECT OF 25% BELT LEAVES AND 0.2% CHLORHEXIDINE AS DISINFECTANT MATERIALS ON THE DIMENSIONAL STABILITY OF ALGINATE MOLDS Astuti, Ni Kadek Ari; Sumantri; Nasir, Iyan Anugrah
Interdental: Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi Vol 17 No 2 (2021): Interdental Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi (IJKG)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46862/interdental.v17i2.2937

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Introduction: Dental impression material is one of the agents of infection transmission in the dentist's work environment. Cross infection can occur through the interaction of microorganisms and impression material. To prevent cross infection, it is necessary to disinfect alginate impressions. One of the effective natural ingredients that can be used as a disinfectant is betel leaf. The effect of using disinfectant can affect the dimensional stability of the alginate mold. Purpose: This study aims to determine the effect of disin- fection by spraying a decoction of 25% betel leaf and 0.2% chlorhexidine on the dimensional stability of alginate molds. Materials and Methods: The research method used was an experimental laboratory with a post-test only control group design using 27 samples consisting of three treatments (negative control group, positive control group, and treatment group) which were measured using a digital caliper. The technique used in this study is the spraying technique on the sample with a storage time of 10 minutes. Results and discussion: This 25% betel leaf decoction (infusion) can be used as an alternative to disinfecting alginate impressions because there is no difference in effect between spraying 25% betel leaf decoction (infusion) and 0.2% chlorhexidine on alginate molds on changes in model physiological dimen- sions. Conclusion: the dimensional changes that occur are still within tolera- ble limits in alginate molds which were disinfected by spraying 25% betel leaf decoction and 0.2% chlorhexidine solution so that both can be used as disinfection materials for alginate impression materials.
EFFECTIVENESS COMPARISON OF CAMBODIAN LEAF EXTRACT (Plumeria acuminata Ait) WITH JATROPHA LEAF EXTRACT (Jatropha curcas L) IN HEALING OF MINOR RECURRENT APHTOSA STOMATITIS (RAS) Dermawan, IGN Putra; Kemala Dewi, Intan; Juwita Putra, I Nyoman Gede
Interdental: Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi Vol 17 No 2 (2021): Interdental Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi (IJKG)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46862/interdental.v17i2.2933

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Introduction: Recurrent aphthous stomatitis (RAS), also known as canker sores, is an inflammation that occurs in the oral mucosa. Frangipani leaf extract and jatropha leaf extract are known to contain saponins, tannins and flavonoids that function as wound healers and antimicrobials. Purpose: Determine whether the administration of frangipani leaf extract (Plumeria acuminata Ait) is more effective in curing recurrent aphthous stomatitis than jatropha leaf extract (Jatropha curcas L). Materials and Methods: The method used is experimental study with a purposive sampling of 30 people. frangipani leaf extract (Plumeria acuminata Ait) and jatropha leaf extract (Jatropha curcas L) were applied to each of 15 samples. Statistical calculations using the Independent T-test. Result and Discussion: The results showed that the mean difference in diameter reduction of recurrent aphthous stomatitis in the first sample group of frangipani leaf extract (Plumeria Acuminata Ait) was 1.13 mm, while in the second sample group Jatropha leaf extract (Jatropha curcas L) was 0.47 mm. From the results of the Independent T-Test test on frangipani leaf extract (Plumeria acuminata Ait) obtained a sig value of 0.002 (p<0.05) and jatropha leaf extract (Jatropha curcas L) of 0.002 (p<0.05), indicating that there is the difference between the use of frangipani leaf extract (Plumeria acuminata Ait) and jatropha leaf extract (Jatropha curcas L) in the treatment of recurrent aphthous stomatitis. Conclusion: frangipani leaf extract (Plumeria acuminata Ait) was more effective in curing recurrent aphthous stomatitis (SAR) than jatropha leaf extract (Jatropha curcas L).
DIFFERENCES IN THE NUMBER OF CANDIDA ALBICANS COLONIES ON ACRYLIC RESIN AND THERMOPLASTIC NYLON IN SOURSOP LEAF EXTRACT IMMERSION Koesoemawati, Ria
Interdental: Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi Vol 17 No 2 (2021): Interdental Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi (IJKG)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46862/interdental.v17i2.2931

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Introduction: Denture stomatitis is a chronic inflammation caused by wearing dentures, mainly caused by Candida albicans. Heat-polymerized acrylic resins are often used as denture bases, but lack the ability to absorb liquids due to their porosity and surface roughness. The basis of the latest dentures is thermoplastic nylon because it is more aesthetically, hypoallergenic and more flexible. Soursop leaf extract contains alkaloids, tannins, flavonoids, and saponins as antifungal. The purpose of this study was to examinate whether there were differences in the number of Candida albicans colonies on heat-polymerized acrylic resin plates and thermoplastic nylon in soursop leaf extract immersion. Materials and Methods: The research design was an experimental pre-post test with control group design, n = 50 plates were divided into 2 groups, heat-polymerized acrylic resin (n=25) and thermoplastic nylon (n=25), divided into 5 groups, 3 treatment groups using 10%,15%,25% soursop leaf extract, Fittident® and aquadest in the control groups. Samples were contaminated with Candida albicans suspension and incubated, counted before immersion for 8 hours, then put in Saboroud’s bath and counted again. Results and Discussions: Wilcoxon test analysis showed significant differences in all groups, except the aquadest group. The Mann-Whitney test showed significant differences between the treatment groups, except between the 25% extract and the Fittident® control group. Also, showed a significant difference in the 15% concentration group between heat-polymerized acrylic resin and thermoplastic nylon. Conclusion: There was a difference in the decrease in the number of Candida albicans colonies on heat-polymerized acrylic resin plates and thermoplastic nylon in soursop leaf extract at a concentration of 15%, while at concentrations of 10% and 25% there was no difference.
SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF DEPIGMENTATION IN HYPERPIGMENTATION WITH SCRAPPING METHOD USING SURGICAL SCALPEL Widyabawa, Ida Bagus Nyoman Dhedy; Sutamaya, Agus Gede
Interdental: Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi Vol 17 No 2 (2021): Interdental Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi (IJKG)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46862/interdental.v17i2.2930

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Introduction: The color of healthy gingiva is often influenced by melanin pigmentation as an abnormal deposition of melanocytes located in basal and suprabasal cells. Gingival hyperpigmentation that exceeds normal causes a variety of physiological and pathological conditions. Gingival depigmentation is a periodontal surgical procedure to remove or reduce gingival hyperpigmentation by various techniques to improve aesthetics. The procedures include the use of chemicals such as 90% phenol, diamond drill abrasion, gingivectomy, soft tissue autograft, partial thickness flap, cryosurgery and laser. Case: A 19-year-old male patient came to periodontist office, after an examination he had Smoker's melanosis hyperpigmentation in the upper anterior region. Case Management: The patient was given depigmentation surgery using the scrapping method using a scalpel No. 15c. Discussion: Surgical management of gingival depigmentation with scrapping provides good esthetic results. Conclusion: It is necessary to take a proper history and adequate examination and be wise in determining the various surgical methods of depigmentation.
OPTIMAL CONCENTRATION OF BASIL LEAF EXTRACT (Ocimum basilicum L.) IN INHIBITING THE GROWTH OF Streptococcus mutans IN VITRO Syahrul, Dwis; Syahriel, Dwis
Interdental: Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi Vol 17 No 2 (2021): Interdental Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi (IJKG)
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Introduction: One of flora in the oral cavity is Streptococcus mutans as a cause of dental caries. Various ways can be done to suppress its growth, one of them by using mouthwash which is used contains a lot of chemicals, so an alternative is needed by using herbal ingredients, including basil (Ocimum basilicum L.) leaves that contain essential oils, methyl eugenol, phenols, and flavonoids which are able to work as antibacterial. The purpose of this study was to determine the inhibition and optimal concentration of basil leaf extract on the growth of Streptococcus mutans. Materials and method: The method used agar Kirby Bauer method with seven treatments of leaf extract with concentrations of 1.5%, 2%, 2.5%, 3%, 3.5%, 4%, and methanol solution as control group. The culture medium used was Muller Hinton Blood Agar. Results and discussions: The Kruskall Wallis test showed a significant difference between treatment groups. Mann Whitney U-Test test, found that the control group, basil leaf extract concentrations of 1.5%, 2%, 2.5% and 3% were tested with concentrations of 3.5% and 4% had a significant difference. The test between groups of 3.5% and 4% basil leaf extract did not show a significant difference. Conclusion: this study was that in vitro basil leaf extract with a concentration of 3.5% and 4% had inhibitory power on the growth of Streptococcus mutans and basil leaf extract with a concentration of 3.5% optimally inhibited the growth of Streptococcus mutans in vitro.

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