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Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi Terpadu
Published by Universitas Trisakti
ISSN : 27160718     EISSN : 26856867     DOI : https://doi.org/10.25105/jkgt.v4i1
Core Subject : Health, Science,
Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi Terpadu publishes articles and scientific work from Researches, Case Reports and Literature Reviews in Dentistry and Dental Science. The scopes vary from: Dental Surgery, Dental Forensics, Oral Biology, Oral Medicine, Dental Public Health and Preventive Dentistry, Paediatric Dentistry, Dental Materials and Technology, Conservative Dentistry,Orthodontics,Periodontics,Prosthodontics,Dental Radiology.
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Perbedaan Status Gingiva Vegetarian dan Non-Vegetarian Samatha Amelia Putri; Abdul Gani Soulisa
Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi Terpadu Vol. 1 No. 1 (2019): JULY
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Background: Vegetarian is defined as a group of people who only eat plant foods and does not include meat, fowl, seafood, and processed products. According to the Indonesia Vegetarian Society (IVS), the number of vegetarians within this decade has increased significantly, and it has reached 60.000 people by 2007. The differences between vegetarian and non-vegetarian are on its consumption of animal’s products and the proportion of plant foods intakes. Fibers in vegetables and fruits can function as a natural toothbrush and stimulate saliva secretion. It can help in cleaning particles from the teeth surface during the process of chewing. The variance of dietary practices among vegetarian and non-vegetarian will make some differences in the individual assessment of dietary adequacy essential that may provide different nutritional status and health benefits. Objective: The purpose of this study was to observe the gingival status differences between vegetarian and non-vegetarian. Method: This study is an observational analytic comparison with cross-sectional study design. This study was conducted at the RSGM FKG USAKTI on October-November 2016. A total of 28 samples according to the inclusion and exclusion criteria divided into two groups (14 vegetarians and 14 non-vegetarians). The gingival status was assessed by using the Papilla Bleeding Index (PBI) and Interdental Hygiene Index (HYG). Result: The result of the Mann-Whitney test showed that there is no PBI and HYG differences between vegetarian and non-vegetarian (p > 0.05). Conclusion: In conclusion, gingival status was not significantly different between vegetarian and non-vegetarian.
Pengaruh Kondisi Penyimpanan Terhadap Setting Time Bahan Cetak Alginat Deviyanti Pratiwi; Citra Puspandari Handayaningrum
Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi Terpadu Vol. 1 No. 1 (2019): JULY
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Background: The normal setting of alginate impression materials will reach setting time in about 2 to 4½ minutes.The setting time will affect the length of treatment in dental treatment. The aims of this study is to identify the influence of storage condition such as temperature and air humidity on the setting time of alginate impression materials. Materials and  Methods: This study was an experimental laboratory. Nine testing groups of alginate impression materials were repacked into plastic with sealed closed containers and plastic without sealed open containers stored in refrigerator (temperature 7o C) and room (temperature 28o C) for 3 and 5 weeks. The setting time was measured for each group using penetrometer Results: The results of one-way ANOVA statistical analysis (p<0.05) and post hoc LSD (p<0.05) data showed significant differences in setting time for each storage condition. Setting time of alginate impression materials without sealed in temperature 28oC for 5 weeks was faster than other storage condition. Conclusion: Contamination of air humidity and changes in temperature affect the setting time of alginate impressions tested in this study.
Penatalaksanaan Perawatan Endodontik Pada Molar Kedua Maksila Yang Memiliki Saluran Mesiobukal Dua Elline Elline; Diana Puspa Indah
Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi Terpadu Vol. 1 No. 1 (2019): JULY
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Background:  The second mesiobuccal canal in mesiobuccal (MB2) roots in maxillary molars is a common finding in root canal treatments.1 The incidence of  MB2  in maxillary molars is 60.4%. The foremost common reasons for treatment failures in permanent maxillary first molars have been as cribed to failure in identifying extra canals particularly in the mesiobuccal root.2 The method for detection MB2 includes dentin removal under magnification and ultrasonic tips. 1 Knowledge of the morphology of the root canal system is important in planning endodontic therapy, as its success relies on the location of all of the canals that can then be disinfected, shaped, and filled.2This case report is written to bring forward the proper and successful management inendodontic treatment of permanent maxillary first molar withfour canals, in which the mesiobuccal root has two canals.  Case Report: A 33 years old male patient complained of cavity on her right upper back tooth and wanted to be filled. Radiographic examination showed that an incomplete access cavity with mesioocclusal cavity of maxillary second molar, which was restored with temporary filling. Access opening and locating MB2 orifice was performed using an ultrasonic tip and under dental operating microscope. The canals were prepared with WaveOne Gold rotary Ni-Ti file with irrigation using 5.25% sodium hypochlorite, 17% EDTA and 2% chlorhexidine gluconate. Calcium hydroxide was used as an intracanal medicament. The canals were obturated with continuous wave compaction technique. Final restoration was performed using composite restoration. Conclusion: The proper locating and treatment of MB2 canals are essential for the success of endodontic treatment of maxillary second molars.
Hubungan Antara Usia Anak Dan Kebutuhan Perawatan Ortodonti Interseptif (Kajian Pada Anak Usia 8 – 11 Tahun di SDN Balekambang 03 Jakarta Timur) Klara Angelina Carisa; Yohana Yusra; Magdalena Juliani Hardja Buntara
Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi Terpadu Vol. 1 No. 1 (2019): JULY
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Background: interceptive orthodontic treatment is one of orthodontic treatment could be used to control and prevent increasing  malocclusion prevalence. Interceptive orthodontic treatment prevents increasing severity of malocclusion which begin in mixed dentition stage.  Interceptive orthodontic treatment needs can be measured by using Interceptive Orthodontic Care Neeeds Index (IOCNI).  Assessment of this index given quantitatively by scoring on indicator.  The aim of this study is to determine the relationship between children’s age and interceptive orthodontic treatment needs of 8 – 11 years old student in 03 Government Elementary School, Balekambang, East Jakarta. Materials and Methods: intraoral examination was done on subjects by a dentist.  Score given on each indicator based on intraoral condition.  Scoring data calculated to determine subject’s grade of orthodontic treatment need.  This is an observartional-analytic study with cross-sectional design. Results: 172 students were examined which consist of 2 children aged 8 years old, 34 children aged 9 years old, 75 children aged 10 years old and 61 children aged 11 years old.  Examination obtains that 11,05%  children don’t need orthodontic treatment, 59,30% children needed interceptive orthodontic treatment, and 27,9% children need corrective orthodontic treatment.  Interceptive orthodontic treatment mostly needed by 10 years old children (27,9%). Caries on second deciduous molar, early loss of second deciduous molar, and anterior crowding both on upper and lower jaw are highly presented as dental malocclusion abnormalities on subjects.  Conclusion: this study showed no significant correlation (p = 0,861) between children’s age and interceptive orthodontic treatment need. 
Tumbuh Kembang Dan Maturasi Tulang Pada Pasien Talasemia Beta-Hemoglobin E Loes Sjahruddin
Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi Terpadu Vol. 1 No. 1 (2019): JULY
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Background: Growth and development process consists of two different processes which are still related to each other. The growth process refers to quantitative changes which have a physical impact, whereas the development process refers to a qualitative and quantitative change which focuses on the fully grown structure, functions, including emotional and skill. Measurement of physical growth is one of the practical ways to assess the health situation of a child. One of the growth indicators that can be used to assess a child’s developmental growth is through skeletal maturation. Hemoglobin E beta-thalassemia is an important cause of childhood chronic disease. The objective of this study was to obtain the image of physical growth and skeletal maturation in HbE thalassemia patients aged 9 to 14 years. Materials and Methods:  This was a descriptive study with a cross-sectional design, implemented in  HbE β thalassemia patients of 9-14 years of age. Results: From 78 children participated in the study, children with HbE β thalassemia showed a retard growth of vertebrae compared to control group.Conclusion:Retard of physical growth and skeletal maturation is apparent in HbE thalassemia patients.
Perbedaan Persepsi Antara Mahasiswa Pre-Klinik Dan Klinik Terhadap Midline Shifting Pada Gigi Tiruan Lengkap Herry Makmur; Nova Adrian
Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi Terpadu Vol. 1 No. 1 (2019): JULY
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Background: Facial aesthetic is affected by components that can be observed from the face as a whole (macro-esthetics), and also from the dental components (micro-esthetics). Ideally, the dental midline of a complete denture should coincide with the facial midline of the wearer (i.e. no midline shifting). Among others, one of the main aims of using complete dentures for prosthodontics treatments is to improve facial aesthetic. Consequently, the ability and competency of a dentist to detect midline shifting is vital in order to attain a complete denture with optimal esthetics. In dentistry, the relationship between individual perception of midline shifting and the level of education is often studied. Apart from gender and age, other factors such as the level of education can influence individual’s perception towards midline shifting. The objective of this study is to find out the difference between the perception of pre-clinical and clinical students towards midline shifting in complete dentures. The type of study is cross-sectional observational analytic. Materials and Methods: This study involves 128 pre-clinical and clinical students in FKG Universitas Trisakti. The student’s perception towards midline shifting is measured using 9 photos and a questionnaire. Results: 128 dental students with equal distribution between pre-clinic and clinic students participated in this study. Data analysis showed difference of perception between the two groups (p-value 0.016). Conclusions: There is a significant difference between the perception of pre-clinical and clinical students  in FKG Universitas Trisakti towards midline shifting in complete dentures.
Gambaran Ph Saliva Pada Anak Usia 5-10 Tahun (Kajian Pada Pasien Anak Di Klinik Pedodonsia Fkg Usakti) Hani Yulia Ningsih; Tri Putriany Agustin
Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi Terpadu Vol. 1 No. 1 (2019): JULY
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Backgrounds: Demineralization of enamel surfaces occurs as a result of a decrease in salivary pH which if occurs without balance together with remineralization can cause caries. According to previous studies about the relationship between pH and caries prevalence, children with a salivary pH <6.6 had a caries risk of 1.36 times higher than with pH> 6.8. Overconsumption levels of food containing a high cariogenic levels cause the pH levels of saliva in children drop below the critical level of 5.5. This study aims to describe distributions of salivary pH in children among 5-10 years old. Materials and Methods: As many as 30 pediatric patients took 10mL of salivary samples and measured using pH meter. Result: A total of 20 children (67%) had pH 6.0-6.6 and no children had a pH of 5.0-5.8 (0%). Conclusion: Salivary pH patients age 5-10 years in the Pediatric Dentistry Clinic FKG Usakti is considered to be acidic, mostly 6.0-6.6. This condition causes children to be at high caries risk.  
Profil Perubahan Dimensi Mandibula Selama Fase-Fase Pubertas Velisya Velisya; Harryanto Wijaya
Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi Terpadu Vol. 1 No. 1 (2019): JULY
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Background: Growth and development of craniofacial is a must known knowledge for dentists, especially orthodontists. The mandible as part of the craniofacial bone is an important target in orthodontic treatment, especially dentofacial orthopedics during puberty. Optimal results from orthodontic treatment can be achieved through the diagnosis, treatment plan and timing of appropriate treatment interventions, therefore it is important to know the timing of the appropriate intervention to the mandible. The aim of this study is to analyze the profile changes in mandibular dimention during the puberty phase. Materials and Methods: This is an analytical observational study with 120 cephalograph lateral samples of children aged 8-18 years old. Anova test was conducted to analyze differences in mean mandibular growth, as ramus height (Co-Go), corpus length (Go-Gn) and total mandiblar length (Co-Gn) between puberty phases determined by the Cervical Vertebral Maturation System (CVMS) method. Results: There were no Co-Go differences between pre-peak and peak phases (p = 0.314) and peak and post-peak phases (p = 0.164). There were differences in Go-Gn (p = 0,000) and Co-Gn (p = 0.025) between the pre-peak and peak phases. Conclusion: There are differences in mandibular growth profile, especially Go-Gn and Co-Gn between the pre-peak and peak stages of puberty.
Perbedaan Jarak Molar Kedua Ke Ramus Mandibula Akibat Konsistensi Makanan (Kajian radiograf panoramik di Instalasi Radiologi Dental Rumah Sakit Gigi dan Mulut Fakultas Kedokteran Gigi Universitas Trisakti) Vivian Vivian; Rosalina Tjandrawinata; M. Novo Perwira Lubis
Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi Terpadu Vol. 1 No. 1 (2019): JULY
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Background: One of the affected factor to the distance of second molar to ramus of the mandible is environment. Environment factor that has the closest correlation with the distance of second molar to ramus of the mandible is the consistency of food. The aim of this study was to find the differences of the distance between distal surface of second molar to ramus of the mandible based on food consistency. Materials and Methods:  The sample consisted of 41 female and 33 male, between 19 to 30 years old, who consume hard consistency food or soft consistency food divided using questionnaire. The samples had complete teeth up to the second molar, which were reviewed from panoramic radiograph. Results: Data analysis shows that there is differences in the distance of second molar distal to ramus of the mandible based on food consistency, which average value is 10.38 mm for the male who consume hard food consistency and 7.35 mm for the male who consume soft food consistency. Conclusions:  The average value for the female who consume hard food consistency is 9.21 mm while the value is 5.72 mm for female who consume soft food consistency.
Peran Irigasi Klorheksidin Pada Perawatan Penyakit Periodontal Ricky Anggara Putranto
Jurnal Kedokteran Gigi Terpadu Vol. 1 No. 1 (2019): JULY
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Background: Chlorhexidine gluconate is a bactericidal agent that is effective in dental practice as an antiplaque agent that is very good in oral hygiene. Plaque microorganisms are the primary etiological factors associated with periodontal disease which must be eliminated consistently as a preventive measure. Many chemical agents that have been evaluated to determine their effect on plaque, gingivitis and periodontitis, one of which is chlorhexidine, has been successfully introduced and studied extensively. Chlorhexidine has been used to supplement, not replace mechanical therapy. This study aims to describe the role of chlorhexidine supragingivally and subgingival irrigation in periodontal disease. Treatment of periodontal pockets with chlorhexidine irrigation in addition to scaling and root smoothing, provides a significant increase in reducing pocket depth and microbial count. Irrigation of chlorhexidine solution is effective in the treatment of periodontitis. This is probably due to its ability to maintain a chlorhexidine concentration that is biologically significant for sufficient time in the periodontal pocket. Conclusions: Chlorhexidine is an antiplaque agent and has excellent antimicrobial properties. Local applications with irrigation or mouthwash depend on high initial concentrations and repeated applications to provide sustained effectiveness. Modification of microflora in the periodontal pocket can be treated with irrigation of chlorhexidine.

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