Proceedings of the 1st Aceh International Dental Meeting (AIDEM 2019), Oral Health International Conference On Art, Nature And Material Science Development 2019
Root Canal Treatment of Mandibular Molar With Accessory Root Canal: A Case Report
Adi Nugroho Hendro Kusumo, Diatri Nari Ratih, Ema Mulyawati
Root canal treatment comprises of cleaning and shaping, disinfecting, and root canal obturation. The success of treatment depends on the knowledge of the operator regarding root canal morphology. The mandibular first molars usually have two roots with three canals: distal, mesio-buccal and mesio-lingual....
Effect of Hydroxyapatite From Nile Tilapia (Oreochromisniloticus) Scale on Surface Hardness of Conventional and Resin Modified Glass Ionomer Cement (In Vitro Study)
Astrid Yudhit, Kholidina Harahap, Sabrina Chairunnisa Nasution
Surface hardness of restoration materials affected its wear resistance and longevity. The addition of hydroxyapatite could improve mechanical properties of restoration material. Hydroxyapatite can be synthesized from fish scales for it contain calcium carbonate. The aim of this study was to evaluate...
The Difference of One-Third Apical Root Canal Cleanliness After Instrumentation Between Single File System and Multiple File With Continuous Rotation Motion
Cahyani, W Hadriyanto, Dayinah
Cleanliness of a root canal treatment is measured by the level of cleanliness of the root canal covering the apical third, middle third, and coronal third. The area that is most difficult to clear by the instrument file is the apical third root canal wall because it has a complex root canal shape, there...
The Role of Fusobacterium Nucleatum on Chronic Periodontitis (Literature Review)
Dewi Saputri, Mahdi Abrar, Zaki Mubarak, Mudatsir
Chronic periodontitis is the most often disease in the oral cavity which attacks the supporting tissues of the teeth. This disease develops slowly, resulting in teeth experiencing loss of attachment and alveolar bone loss. The main cause of chronic periodontitis is bacterial plaque which is a soft deposit...
Anti-Biofilm of Various Histatin 5 Concentrations Against Streptococcus Mutans From Salivary Isolate
Dharli Syafriza, Heriandi Sutadi, Ameta Primasari, Yahwardiyah Siregar
Streptococcus mutan is the main agent infection of dental caries. Histatin 5 has been reported as the antimicrobial agents also to prevent the formation of biofilms of oral pathogen biofilm, like S. mutans involve in dental caries pathogenesis. This study aims to determine the effect of anti-biofilm...
Non-Surgical Retreatment As A Management In Previously Treated Tooth With Chronic Apical Abscess
Eva Rizki Hutami, Ema Mulyawati, R. Tri Endra Untara
Introduction. The success of root canal treatment influenced by four factors. Absence of pre-treatment periapical lesion, root canal filling with no void, obturation to within 2mm of the apex, and adequate coronal restoration. Inability to reach those conditions can lead to root canal treatment failure....
Bicuspidization of a Mandibular First Molar With Furcation Defect: A Case Report
Ferdina Nidyasari, Wignyo Hadriyanto, Margareta Rinastiti
The increased desire of patients to maintain their dentition has forced conservative dentistry to conserve the teeth which are planned to be removed. Defect in furcation area resulting from the lesion has always been a concern regarding the choice of treatment. Bicuspidization is a process to separate...
Anti-Cataract and Plant Extracts-Based Natural Products: A Review
Feriyani, Darmawi, Rodiah Rahmawaty Lubis, Ummu Balqis, Hady Maulanza
Cataracts are of concern to the world as one of the diseases that cause blindness. Diabetes mellitus has a relationship with cataracts due to hyperglycemia through polyol pathways that are converted to sorbitol by the aldose reductase enzyme. Polyol pathway has implications for the pathogenesis of the...
Aesthetic Treatment of Four Maxillary Anterior Teeth With Endodontic Failure: A Case Report
D Fransisca Debby Rosalia, Diatri Nari Ratih, Margareta Rinastiti
Aesthetic aspect has become increasingly important in the modern restorative dentistry. Restoration, which considering aesthetics and function, is a paramount importance to the patient, especially in anterior region. Aesthetic analysis consists of facial and space analysis of teeth. Case report. A 23-year-old...
Root Canal Treatment on Vertucci Type V Configuration – A Case Report
Hernawatiningsih, Yulita Kristanti, Dayinah Harman Subandhi
Root canal configuration influence the succeed of root canal treatment, because the morphological complexity of the root canal makes the procedure for preparation and obturation of the root canal more challenging. The anatomy and morphology of the root canal can be classified according to the Vertucci...
Comparison of the Effectiveness Between Pop-Up Book and Poster as a Media Towards Oral Health Knowledge of 5th Grader Students of Elementary School 20 Banda Aceh
Herwanda, Cut Fera Novita, Rahmatunnisak
Oral health is an integral part of overall health which influences one’s quality of life. Oral health problem in children occurs due to lack of oral health maintenance. Dental health education needs props, the use of props in changing children’s behaviour is very important. The purpose of this study...
Pressure Transmission of Acrylic and Porcelain Artificial Teeth on Thermoplastic Nylon Denture Base
Hubban Nasution, Ika Andryas
The pressure transmission under denture base may be different based on different artificial teeth. The purpose of this study was to evaluate pressure transmission of acrylic and porcelain artificial teeth on thermoplastic nylon denture base. Mandibular first molar acrylic and porcelain artificial teeth...
Root Canal Treament of Maxillary Molar With Second Mesiobuccal Canal – A Case Report
Kurnia Fitriningtyas, Ema Mulyawati, Margareta Rinastiti
An insight into the complexity of internal dental morphology is an important point for the planning and performing of root canal treatment. The undetected anatomical variations existing in the root canal system may contribute to the failure of root canal therapy. An additional root canal on the mesiobuccal...
Correlation of Temporomandibular Joint Sound Cases With Direction of Jaw Movement Deviation: A Study of Data Survey at Unsyiah Dental Hospital, Aceh-Indonesia
Liana Rahmayani, Mustanir, Cut Soraya, Saumi Syahreza
The temporomandibular joint disorder is a complex and multifactorial problem involving aspects of muscles and joints. Signs and symptoms are joint sounds and deviations during jaw movements such as opening and closing the mouth. Objectives: This study was aimed to show whether there is a correlation...
Reinforced Socialisation on Correct Way of Wearing Dental Braces on Students From Smpn 34 and Smpn 36 Medan Using Pocket Books
Muslim, Hilda Fitria Lubis, Mimi Marina Lubis, Siti Bahirrah
Dental braces installed in dental artisan and beauty salons are due to lack of awareness and knowledge of the community, especially school students about the indication of the use of dental braces and its consequences if used with improper purposes. One of the government’s efforts to improve dental health...
Topical Silver Diamine Fluoride 38% for Arresting Dentine Caries Active in Dental Clinic
Poppy Andriany, Sondang Pintauli, Rahayu Lubis, Anton Rahardjo
Introduction. This study aimed the effectiveness of topical silver diamine fluoride application in arresting active dentine caries in primary teeth in dental clinic.Methods. This study was a clinical trial, A total of 40 children aged 5-6 years old in dental clinic who had at least one active dentine...
The Effect of Gargling Old Coconut Water (Cocos Nucifera L.) on the Salivary Flow Rate and Ph in Students of Sman 10 Fajar Harapan Banda Aceh
Ridha Andayani, Putri Rahmi Noviyandri, Alya Husna
Saliva is a complex oral fluid consisting of 99% water that serves as a protector of teeth and mouth against influences from outside and inside oral cavity. Saliva is influenced by several components, including salivary flow rate and pH. Salivary flow rate and pH can change due to mechanical stimulation...
Endodontic Treatment Of Complex Curved Root Canal Maxilary Caninus: A Case Report
Ryan Mahardiansyah, R. Tri Endra Untara, Tunjung Nugraheni
One of the successful of the root canal treatment is biomechanical preparation. The successful key of the biomechanical preparation procedure is the early examination of curved root canal. The knowledge of curved root canal is being used to choose the right instrumentation. The biomechanical preparation...
Identification of Geothermal and Non-Geothermal Laban Plant (Vitex Pinnata) With a Combination of Infrared Spectroscopy – Principal Component Analysis Methods
S Azhari, D S Ningsih, C A Nuraskin, T Karma, Muslem, G M Idroes, R Suhendra, T E Tallei, S Rahimah, Khairan, R Idroes
The purpose of this study is to identify laban leaf which originates from Ie Seu’um, Gunung Paro, and Lambaro, with a combination of Spectroscopy Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) and Principal Component Analysis (PCA) methods. FITR spectrum pattern from each sample was identified as multivariate using...
Existence of Streptococcus Mutans and Streptococcus Sobrinus in Oral Cavity as Main Cariogenc Bacteria of Dental Caries
Santi Chismirina, Suzanna Sungkar, Ridha Andayani, Sri Rezeki, Darmawi
Objective of this review is to give an overview about the role of Streptococcus mutans and Streptococcus sobrinus in dental caries pathogenicity. Both of these bacteria known as main agent of dental caries which has been succesfully isolated from patient with caries. We review current data on Streptococcus...
Apexification of Maxillary Incisor in Adult Patient With Cleft Lip and Palate
Sarah Eveline Desita Nainggolan, Tunjung Nugraheni, Margareta Rinastiti
Introduction. Cleft lip and palate are congenital abnormalities that caused by many factors. Dental abnormalities in patients with cleft lip and palate were begun during eruption phase such as caries, crown and root deformity, abnormalities number of teeth and the relationship between maxilla and mandibula....
Differences in the Salivary Parameters and Caries Status Between the Underweight, Normal, and Obese Children in Medan Primary Schools
S Siti, S Irdayanti, P Christa
The prevalence of dental caries among primary school children in Medan city is substantially high. The primary objective of this study was to analyze the relationship between the salivary parameters, caries status and nutritional status of the primary school children in Medan city. This cross-sectional...
The Potential of Cell-Homing Differentiation of Dental Pulp Into Various Tissues Through Applied Platelet-Rich Plasma
Subhaini Jakfar, Tzu-Chieh Lin, Feng-Huei Lin
Pulpal necrosis is a problem in the teeth root that might be caused by caries, trauma, or deformities during the development. Should it not appropriate handling, it will affect first loose teeth or being non-vital teeth. The platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is a potential biomaterial for inducing dental pulp...
Identification of Giant Calotrope (Calotropis Gigantea) in Alue Naga and Ulee Lheu Coast Using Combination Method of Infrared Spectroscopy and Principal Component Analysis
T Karma, Muslem, G M Idroes, Athaillah, R Suhendra, E Suhartono, Z Helwani, R Idroes, Khairan, S Azhari, D S Ningsih
This research aimed to identify giant calotrope leaf (Calotropis gigantea) originated from Alue Naga and Ulee Lheu coast using combination method of Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy and Principal Component Analysis (PCA). FTIR spectra analyzed with PCA to identify the effect of the treatments...
Endodontic Retreatment and Restoration Using Fiber Post and Lithium Disilicate Crown
Tedi Pramayanto, Wignyo Hadriyanto, Tri Endro Untoro
This case report aims to inform the results of the Lithium Disilicate crown restoration which is reinforced with fiber reinforced composite post on the maxillary right central incisor after root canal treatment. Case report. A 33-year-old male patient came to the the Clinic of Conservative Dentistry...