Proceedings of the 2nd Aceh International Dental Meeting 2021 (AIDEM 2021)
Yuli Fatzia Ossa, Citra Feriana Putri
Introduction: Oral cancer is one of most common cancer in the world. Oral cancer can affect any part of oral cavity and oropharyngeal. Etiology of oral cancer is multifactorial. Delay in diagnosis and management of oral cancer can worsen of prognosis and increase case mortality. Here we report 3 cases...
Prevalence of Coronary Heart Disease with Risk Factors History of Hypertension and Diabetes Mellitus at the Regional Government Hospital dr. Zainoel Abidin in Aceh
Azhari Gani, Munifah Abdat
Coronary heart disease (CHD) is a condition in which the myocardium does not get enough blood and oxygen supply. Modifiable risk factors for CHD include hypertension and diabetes melitus. This study aims to determine the prevalence of history of hypertension and diabetes melitus in coronary heart disease...
Difference in Malocclusion Knowledge between Mothers in Urban and Rural Area: A Cross-sectional Study
Ervina Sofyanti, Darmayanti Siregar, Yane Indira Pasaribu, Magie Vania Halim
Some studies have reported about adequate relationship between mothers’ knowledge and children’s oral health status. Malocclusion is one of the major health issues after dental caries and periodontal disease which can worsen the oral health-related quality of life. Promoting dental health among mothers...
Assessment of Quality of Radiograph Taken by Undergraduate Students in Paediatric Dentistry Clinic: An Institutional Study
Nur Izzatin Mohamed Baqir, Bibi Ameera Azreen Ariffin, Azizah Ahmad Fauzi, S. Nagarajan M. P Sockalingam, Ahmad Shuhud Irfani Zakaria
Background: Dental radiograph acts as an adjunct to the clinical examination that aids the dentist to evaluate and definitively diagnose many oral diseases and conditions. Bitewings and periapical radiographs are the two intraoral radiographs that are commonly used in paediatric dental clinic. Aim: To...
Zaleha Shafiei, Marisa Shanthini Thomas Shanta Kumar, Anissha Engapuram, Ismail Nabil Albhaisi, Ahmad Shuhud Zakaria, Shahida Mohd-Said
Due to their disability to communicate and impaired sensory and motor behaviours, children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) present a challenge to the dental care providers hence resulting in difficult routine dental care as well as increased risk for dental caries and other dental infections. This...
Liza Meutia Sari
Recurrent aphthous stomatitis (RAS) is one of the most common oral diseases, with an estimated prevalence of 25% of oral ulcerations. Factors that involves in its progressions, such as genetic predisposition, immunological abnormalities, viral and bacterial infections, psychological stress, hormonal...
Study of Microleakage between Material Restoration Glass Ionomer Cement and Alkasite in Class V Cavity (G.V. Black)
Iin Sundari, Diana Setya Ningsih, Raudhatul Jannah
Microleakage is a gap between the surface of the tooth and the restoration caused by the failure of the restoration. Glass Ionomer Cement (GIC) and Alkasite are materials with good clinical appearance, but the mechanical strength of GIC was lower than Alkasite and the microleakage occurs in both restorations....
Radiographic Evaluation of Zinc Oxide Eugenol as a Primary Teeth Root Canal Obturation Material on the Permanent Germ Condition
(Cases Report and Literature Review)
Dharli Syafriza, Nova Rosdiana
Various obturation materials for the root canal of primary teeth are available, but none material that meets as an ideal properties. One of the obturation materials is zinc oxide eugenol (ZOE), with various advantages and disadvantages but is still often used. This case report discussed the radiographic...
Maida Fitri, Kamizar Kamizar
Introduction: Enamel hypoplasia is an abnormality condition of enamel that occurs because of disturbance during the process of amelogenesis. Clinically, enamel hypoplasia can be thin enamel or absence of enamel. It can appear white, yellow, or brownish color with a rough or pitted surface, bilaterally,...
Vera Yulina, Willyanti Suwondo
Introduction: Henoch-Schonlein purpura is the most common childhood vaskulitis, affecting 10-20 children per 100.000 per year. More than 90% of patients are under 10 years old with a mean age of 6 years. It is characterized by non-thrombocytopenic purpura, arthritis, abdominal pain and gastrointestinal...
Effects of Extract Endophytic Fungi Aspergillus sp. in Denture Adhesives of Acrylic Resins Related to the Surface Roughness and Candida Albicans Virulence
Okmes Fadriyanti, Ismet Danial Nasution, Widowati Siswomihardjo, Dian Handayani
Antifungal treatment is currently a serious problem because resistance and attachment of C. albicans often occur and can have an effect on the acrylic resin surface. One of them is adding antifungal concentration from the extract of endophyte fungi Aspergillus sp. contains chemical compounds that can...
Zaki Mubarak, Sunnati Sunnati, Sri Rezeki
Gingivitis is inflammation of the gingival tissue without loss of attachment and destruction of the alveolar bone. Many natural ingredients are currently used to treat gingivitis, one of which is turmeric. This study is a laboratory experimental study that aims to determine the effectiveness of turmeric...
Lydia Lismana, Ina Hendiani, Herwanda Herwanda
Bajakah is one of the plants which is potentially developed as traditional medicine. Bajakah is such a species of plant which is assumed to have the ability to cure breast cancer, heart disease, diarrhea, increase immunity, and others. The use of antibacterial is essential for the management of various...
Differences in Pulp Cell Inflammation and Dentinal Bridge Formation Between Carbonate Apatite and Calcium Hydroxide After Direct Pulp Capping on Wistar Rat Maxillary First Molar
Essie Octiara, Melfi Zendrato, Endang Silalahi
Calcium hydroxide is the gold standard of dental materials used to repair exposed pulp. This research intends to observe carbonate apatite (®Gama-cha) which may be used as an alternative material in direct pulp capping treatment. The purpose of this study is to analyze the differences in pulp cell inflammation...
Gingival Depigmentation and Frenectomy (Case Report)
Siti Sopiatin, Ira Komara, Ina Hendiani, Budhi Cahya Prasetyo, Chandra Andi Bawono
Gingival staining is closely related to aesthetic problems. The frenectomy of the frenulum with coronal attachment to the tooth surface is one of the main causes of periodontal disease due to the difficulty of maintaining oral hygiene. Patients who experience these two conditions require at least two...
Milk Lactoperoxidase System and Lactoperoxidase Enzyme on the Potential of Streptococcus Mutans in Children’s Saliva
Lactoperoxidase is a subset of peroxidase, a group of natural enzymes that exist in human saliva. Other than the saliva, these enzymes could also be found in dairy products. The lactoperoxidase enzyme in milk has antibacterial effect, so can greatly reduce the number of viable Streptococcus mutans. Early...
Effectiveness Comparison of Green Tea, Probiotic, and Chlorhexidine Mouthrinses Against Streptococcus mutans in 12-15 Years Old Children in Medan City
Siti Salmiah, Khairunnisa Khairunnisa, Efranita Ndruru, Annisa Farahdiba
Plaque control is an effective way to prevent caries and periodontal disease, one of which is in the form of a mouthrinses such as green tea, probiotics and chlorhexidine. This type of research is a quasi experimental, comprised 30 healthy children of age group of 12-15 years. The subjects were assigned...
The Effectiveness of Chitosan on Children’s Dental and Oral Health as a Primary Preventive: A Literature Review
Ika Devi Adiana
Children are the next generation of the nation who must be taken care of in every way, especially in their health. It is necessary to take care of children’s overall health, including their dental and oral health. Maintaining oral and dental health is one of the good habits that should be taught from...
The Association Between Taste Perception with Caries Experience and Body Mass Index of 12-13 Years Old Children in the 2 Sub-Districts in Medan
Ami Angela Harahap, Elita Elisabet Sihombing
Caries are a major dental health problem in Indonesia, especially in school-aged children, that affect the children’s dietary habits and growth. Taste perception is one of the determining factors of children choosing certain types of food that affect oral health and BMI. The research aimed to investigate...
Munifah Abdat, Chairunas Chairunas
Decreased physical growth and low cognitive development optimally experienced by stunting toddlers, due to nutritional deficiencies in the long term. Stunting in toddlers does not only affect the eruption of the primary teeth, it is also at risk for the occurrence of dental caries. The condition of children...