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Indonesian Journal of Dental Medicine
Published by Universitas Airlangga
ISSN : -     EISSN : 27221253     DOI : 10.20473/ijdm.v3i1.2020.1-3
Core Subject : Health,
Indonesian Journal of Dental Medicine accepts original manuscripts in the many fields of dentistry, including research reports and literature reviews. The spread of fields include: Oral epidemiology, Oral health services research, Preventive dentistry, Oral health education and promotion, Clinical research, Behavioural sciences related to dentistry, Ethics and oral health economics, Healthcare management, Pediatric dentistry, Periodontic dentistry, Oral & maxillofacial surgery, Oral biology, Forensic dentistry, Prosthodontic dentistry, Dental radiology and many more
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IMMEDIATE COMPLETE OVERDENTURE – A CASE REPORT Fatahillah, Ali Surahman; Kridanto Kamadjaja, Michael Josef; Laksono, Harry
Indonesian Journal of Dental Medicine Vol 1, No 1 (2018): January - June
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (255.755 KB) | DOI: 10.20473/ijdm.v1i1.2018.31-34

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Background: Edentulousness resulting from extraction of teeth often leads to psychological problem and social isolation of the patient. The patient has to adapt to the situation with respect to speech, chewing, swallowing, and so forth. A smooth transition from dentulousness to edentulousness is the result of immediate over denture with a few retained teeth. Purpose: to report overdenture prevents alveolar ridge bone absorption, stabilizes a denture, and makes the typical sensory function to be looked closer to natural teeth. Case: A 79-year-old female complaint of missing multiple teeth and desire to replace them. Extraoral examination and temporomandibular joint movement were normal. Five teeth (12,11,21,22,34) exhibited grade II mobility with diagnosis apical chronic periodontitis. Radiographic examination is an overview of diffuse radiolucent on the apical on the teeth 17,13,12,11,21,22,34. Case Management: First, make a diagnostic impressions of the maxillary and mandibular with irreversible hydrocolloid then poured in dental stone. After that, the final impressions were taken and poured in dental stone, casts mounted on articulators. Bite registration was done after using bite rim and bite registration material. The next step is setting up the artificial teeth then tried to the patient. Five teeth (12,11,21,22,34) were trimmed from the casts on the functional model. The patients tooth 12, 11, 21,22 and 34 were reduced to a dome shape only 2 mm above gingival margin then restored with GIC on the surface. The denture was then placed immediately after reduced. Discussion: The selected abutments teeth were reduced to a dome shape only 2 mm above gingival margin. This will create adequate space for the overlying artificial denture tooth and denture base. Also, it reduces the lateral stresses and lever action of the tooth. The retained tooth roots, used for overdenture, transfers occlusal forces to the alveolar bone through the periodontal ligament and maintain alveolar ridge morphology. Conclusion: Overdenture can be used to prevents alveolar ridge bone absorption, stabilizes a denture, and makes the typical sensory function to be looked closer to natural teeth.
STRENGTHENING MATERNAL SOCIAL SUPPORT AND PROMOTING CHILD DENTAL AND ORAL HEALTH THROUGH SIKATIN (TOOTH BRUSHING REMINDER APP) Sosiawan, Agung; Mahiswari, Diyang; Wardi, Ully Nafisah; Hadinata, Daniel; Anjani, Nindya Rizki; Roselle, Veronica Regina; Nugroho, Sepdhyo Wahyu; Ramadhani, Maya Eka; Rumokoi, Rauhansen Bosafino; Sholihah, Naimatus; Afidati, Yasinta Izzah
Indonesian Journal of Dental Medicine Vol 3, No 1 (2020): January - June
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Background: Downloadable health applications are nothing new for the public. Smartphone use has been steadily increased in years, including increased smartphone use in mothers of kindergarten students in Made Urban Village, Surabaya. Therefore, smartphone applications can be effective media in promoting child dental and oral health. The prevalence of caries in Made Kindergarten was 95%, and it was concerning. Therefore, the SIKATIN app works byreminding mothers about tooth brushing schedules for their children and motivating them to pay extra care for children?s dental and oral health. Purpose: Mothers are motivated to maintain their children?s dental and oral health. Method: The empowerment program helped to promote the SIKATIN app use, and the evaluation was based on the total download.Results: 100% of mothers of kindergartners achieved all indicators of success. Conclusion: 100% of the mothers of kindergartners in Made Urban Village has downloaded the SIKATIN application.
EDUCATIONAL COMIC FOR DENTAL CARIES PREVENTION IN KALIJUDAN 1 ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, SURABAYA Sosiawan, Agung; Bramantoro, Taufan; Putri Gofur, Aisyah Rachmadani; Devina, Dida; Kumala Dewi, Ni Nyoman Astari
Indonesian Journal of Dental Medicine Vol 2, No 1 (2019): January - June
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Background: Dental caries is one of the dental and oral diseases, and it is caused by S. mutans. Almost all humans have dental caries, and it is a burden disease in Indonesia. The prevalence of dental caries is 79.1% worldwide, and the prevalence of child dental caries in Indonesia was 92.6% in 2018. Purpose: To promote child dental health awareness in children through an educational comic. Methods: Educational comics were distributed directly to students of Kalijudan Elementary School. Tools and materials of the empowerment program: Stationery, Laptop/computer, Application to layout the comic. There are 13 teachers and 30 students involved in this program. The students were given pre-test before learned about dental health from educational comics. After receiving health education materials from the comics books, they were given post-test to measure the increasement of health knowledge. Pre and post test data were analyzed with Paired-T test. Results: The pre-test and post-test results of the empowerment program at Kalijudan 1 elementary school were 12.3 and 13.6, respectively. There was a 1.3 point increase. The significance value was 0.000 (p-Value < 0.05). This means that there was a significant difference in children?s knowledge levels before and after they read the comic. Conclusion: The result showed that children have learned that dental and oral health affects physical activities.
MAGNETIC ATTACHMENT RETAINED COMPLETE OVERDENTURE AS TREATMENT FOR MAINTANING ALVEOLAR RIDGE HEIGHT – A CASE REPORT Angdrijono, Anita; Herdijantini, Nike; Eka, Hanoem
Indonesian Journal of Dental Medicine Vol 1, No 1 (2018): January - June
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Background:  Magnetic attachment can be used as  a retentive devices in overdenture technique in prostheses. The magnets are attached with remaining root structure transfer the occlusal load to the bone through the periodontal ligament of retained roots and then prevent resorption of the  alveolar ridge. Alvelar ridge plays an important role for the retention and stability of the denture as they will support the denture base. Magnetic assembly consist of magnet and coping with a keeper on the remaining tooth structure  since magnetic attachment can provide support, stability and retention. Purpose: The purpose of this case report was to report magnetic attachment retained complete overdenture design and fabrication as a preserve to alveolar bone height to achieve retention and stability of the denture.  Case: A 69 years old female patient, a baker and private English teacher with partial edentulous ridge came to Dental Hospital of Airlangga University asked for dentures. Clinical examination shown a complete edentulous in the upper jaw and partial edentulous in the lower jaw. The remaining teeth were 33, 34, 35, 43 and 44. 33 and 35 are chronic gangrene radix, 35 shown a slightly mobility. 34 non vital, 44 and 45 are vital with moderate resorption. Case management : All the left teeth in the lower jaw were consulted for endodontic treatment. Magnetic attachment retained complete overdenture was choosen for the lower jaw and complete denture for the upper jaw. The remaining teeth in the lower jaw kept the alveolar ridge from resorption and the magnet provided extra retention for the complete overdenture. Discussion: Overdentures supported by magnet attachment achieved greater satisfaction, gives better retention  and stability for the denture. On the other side, the natural abutment teeth in overdentures  preserved  better proprioception and psychologically beneficial as the patient had not undergone extraction. As a conclusion, overdenture supported by magnetic attachment can be used to increase support, retention and stability especially in the lower jaw and also  prevent further alveolar ridge resorption. Conclusion: Overdenture supported by magnetic attachment can be used to increase retention and the residual root also prevent further alveolar ridge resorption.
ENCOURAGING MOTHERS FOR ROUTINE PEDIATRIC DENTAL CHECK-UP THROUGH CADRES EMPOWERMENT PROGRAM Setijanto, R. Darmawan; Rachmawati, Rita Yuana; Kandar, Hayyin Sabila; Hartono, Dwicha Rahma Nuriska; Novitananda, Agtadila; Laksono, Revian Gigih; Thalia, Audina; Dias, Dennaya Listya; Adityasari, Rachma; Sativa, Naura Athiyyah; Fauzi, Ahmad
Indonesian Journal of Dental Medicine Vol 2, No 2 (2019): July - December
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Background: Oral and dental hygiene is essential for physical health and well-being, and it can affect speech, mastication, and self-confidence. Children under five are not able to brush their teeth independently, do not have manual dexterity and psychological maturity to understand the importance of maintaining oral health. Therefore, parental role, especially maternal role, is critical in maintaining children?s dental and oral health. An epidemiological study under Kalijudan Public Health Center coverage revealed that maternal parenting style significantly affected dental and oral health care in children per caries severity index using def-t. A promotional program was needed to strengthen the maternal perceived control domain to promote dental and oral health in children. The ?SEKOLAH KADER? program was intended to train health cadres in disseminating dental health information and assisting mothers in child dental and oral health care. Purpose: To increase cadres? knowledge levels about pediatric dental and oral care through ?SEKOLAH KADER.? Upon program completion, the cadres were expected to help to disseminate dental health information and assisting mothers in terms of child dental and oral health. Methods: The program involved 6 cadres from 3 local Integrated Health Centre. The program material was distributed in hard and soft copies. Results: The paired t-test showed a significance value of 0.018 (p <0.05). This indicates that there was a significant increase from pre-test to post-test evaluation results. Conclusion: This program has succeeded in increasing cadres? knowledge levels about basic dental health care.
MANAGEMENT OF AVULSED TEETH USING FIXED ORTHODONTICS APPLIANCES AND FIBER SPLINT: A CASE SERIES Wahluyo, Soegeng; Saskianti, Tania; Sudarsono, Wahyudi; Ernestine Harta, Putu Harlia
Indonesian Journal of Dental Medicine Vol 1, No 1 (2018): January - June
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Background: Tooth avulsion is defined as the complete displacement of the tooth out of its alveolar socket. The treatment of choice is immediate replantation or if that is not possible, placement of the tooth in an appropriate storage media. Purpose: This paper reported of two cases of treatment management in children who experienced avulsion of the upper central incisor. The first and the second case, discuss about tooth that has been avulsed for 20 hours of unsterilized storage and 4 hours of storage in milk. Case Management: Replantation of those teeth were done by root canal treatment outside the oral cavity first. For the first case followed by splinting method using fixed orthodontics appliances, and for the second case followed by splinting using fiber and composite. Discussion: Evaluation were done every week, until 3 months after replantation to see the the success of the treatment. The progress of two cases with different situation showed good results. Conclusion: The case showed that the tooth that has been avulsed for 20 hours of unsterilized storage and 4 hours of storage in milk could have good prognosis.
THE EFFECT OF IDENTIFICATION AND MANAGEMENT OF DENTAL HEALTH PROBLEMS ON KINDERGARTEN AND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHERS KNOWLEDGE LEVELS IN KEPUTIH PUBLIC HEALTH CENTER (PUSKESMAS) Siswanto, Secondini Hillary; Abraham, Janery Fidelia; ?Aini, Nisrina Qurrota; Damayanti, Meidy; Wulansari, Ananta Ayu; Aprilia, Vina; Guna, I Dewa Agung Wirya; Sary, Hikmah Putri; Nabella, Tamima Izzat; Jatiatmaja, Nabilah Azzahra; Setijanto, R. Darmawan
Indonesian Journal of Dental Medicine Vol 2, No 1 (2019): January - June
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Background: Caries is a common dental and oral health problem. Caries is one of the serious health problems for school children, especially elementary school children. Primary school-age children are susceptible to dental and oral health problems due to lack of knowledge, and they are still unable to maintain oral and dental health. The level of teacher?s knowledge about dental and oral health influences students? attitudes and behavior regarding dental and oral health. Purpose: To identify the effect of identification and management of dental health problems empowerment program on kindergarten and elementary school teachers? knowledge in Keputih public health center (Puskesmas). Methods: This was an analytic observational study with a cross-sectional approach. The population was a kindergarten and elementary teachers in Keputih. Results: The result showed an increase in teachers? knowledge from 50% to 72.5% after the intervention. Conclusions: The program concluded that there was an increase in teachers? knowledge levels regarding the identification and management of resolving dental health problems.
SEX DETERMINATION USING GONIAL ANGLE DURING GROWTH SPURT PERIOD: A DIRECT EXAMINATION Hariemmy, Monica; Boedi, Rizky Merdietio; Utomo, Haryono; Margaretha, Mieke Sylvia
Indonesian Journal of Dental Medicine Vol 1, No 2 (2018): July - December
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Background: In forensic medicine and medicolegal, sex determination is an important step of an identification process. Parts of human skeleton that can be used for identification are cranium, pelvis, and mandible. There are several anthropometry tools in sex determination methods i.e shape of mandible, mental, gonial angle. Gonial angle in adults is an excellent tool for sex determination. However, bone density and masticatory force may change the value of gonial angle. Purpose: The objective of this study was to examine sex determination method using gonial angle in children during grow spurt period and external factors. Methods: There were 104 randomly selected subjects (51 boys and 53 girls) aged 7-12 years old. The subjects were grouped into prolonged sun exposure-hard diet (group A) and low sun exposure-soft diet (group B). The measurements were made using goniometer. Results: The mean of gonial angle of female children was greater than the male children. There was no significant difference between group A and B. Conclusion: Gonial angle can be used for sex determination in grow spurt period, and external factors did not affect sexual dimorphism.
TOXICITY TEST ON TARO LEAF EXTRACT (COLOCASIA ESCULENTA L. SCHOOT) AS MOUTHWASH TO BHK-21 FIBROBLAST CELL CULTURE IN DENTURE USERS Meilena, Tiara; Fabiansyah, Januar Cidie; Djulaeha, Eha; Hidayati, Hanoem Eka
Indonesian Journal of Dental Medicine Vol 1, No 1 (2018): January - June
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Background: One of requirements for a material to be used in dentistry is that the material must be non toxic and non irritant, as well as have biocompatibility properties, not triggering a detrimental effect on the biological environment, both locally and systemically. The first-line tests that must be conducted is in vitro tests, one of which is MTT Assay. Samples used in this research were fibroblast cells (cultured BHK-21 cells) since fibroblasts are the most important and largest components in pulp, periodontal ligament, and gingiva. Purpose: This research aimed to determine toxicity effect of taro leaf extracts (Colocasia esculenta L. Schoot) on BHK-21 fibroblast cells. Methods: This research is an experimental laboratory research using Post Test Only Control Group design.  The research treatment are the administration of Taro leaf extract (Colocasia esculenta L. Schoot)  with 100%, 80%, 60%, and 40% concentration on BHK-21 fibroblast cell. Results: The fibroblast cell life percentage in 100%, 80%, 60%, and 40% concentration respectively are 106,3%, 50,9%, 36,2%, and 30,1%. The toxicity results are obtained using MTT assay technique after 24 hours. The optical density absorbency values are read by ELISA reader and represent life cell viability. Conclusion: Taro leaf extract (Colocasia esculenta L. Schoot) at a concentration above 80% is considered as non-toxic material to BHK-21 fibroblast cells
SEIMUT PERSIA: PROMOTING DENTAL AND ORAL HEALTH CARE AND PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE IN ELDERLY Ramadhani, Aulia; Bramantoro, Taufan; Khotimah, Fridaniyanti Khusnul; Santosa, Lintang Maudina; Sudiartha, Nancy Cynthia; Cakti Mudara, I Ketut Brahma Pande; Romadhona, Widya Rizky; Pangestika, Elvira Widya; Rachmaningayu, Ulyasari; Saputra, Benny; Amarilda, Faila Shofa; Priyanridani, Erika
Indonesian Journal of Dental Medicine Vol 3, No 1 (2020): January - June
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Background: An epidemiological study on elderly conducted by the PKL group number 6 in Jagir Health Public Health Center showed that periodontitis was linked hypertension, low muscle strength, and low physical activity, and caries were linked to low muscle strength and low physical activity. Purpose: To create an informational health video about dental and oral health and physical performance in the elderly because there was none. Methods: The program was conducted on Monday, 22 July 2019, at the Jagir Public Health Center using individual interviews. Results: Of the 20 respondents, 5% of them disagreed, 5% quite agreed, 20% agreed, 70% strongly agreed that SEIMUT PERSIA helped them learn about dental and oral health and physical performance in the elderly. Out of the 20 respondents, 5% of them quite agreed, 15% agreed, and 80% strongly agreed that the SEIMUT PERSIA video was interesting to watch. Out of the 20 respondents, 5% of them quite agreed, 20% agreed, and 75% strongly agreed that the SEIMUT PERSIA video was easy to digest. Conclusion: The respondents were interested in the information about dental and oral health and the physical performance of the elderly, and the video was easy to understand.