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Oct. 10, 2019
1 p.m. - 2 p.m.
02 A Chairside Immediate Provisional Crown for Single Dental Implantation in Aesthetic Area: A Case Report

Introduction: Functional and aesthetic outcome is an indication of successfully dental implant treatment. Prosthetic phase in implant dentistry usually done after osseointegration reached. A waiting time period around 12 weeks usually used to reach good osseointegration and move to the prosthetic phase. Unfortunately, this procedure will be a big problem for aesthetic appearance, especially for the aesthetic area because of the absent of the crown in the waiting time period. Objective: This case report is to perform an alternative solution for the aesthetic problem in the waiting time period when using single implantation in the aesthetic area by a chairside provisional crown. Case: A 54 years old women wanted to replace her missing upper left canine. She did not satisfied with her old removable denture and wanted to replace it with a dental implant. She hoped that this procedure will not affect her appearance. A single implant with 4 mm diameter and 10 mm height was placed in the upper left canine area. A rigid abutment was put and a chairside provisional crown was built at a rigid cap immediately after surgery. Conclusion: A chairside immediate provisional crown after single implantation procedure is a very good alternative to overcome an aesthetic problem in the aesthetic area especially in the waiting time period.


Speakers :
  drg. Hardianti Haryo
  drg. Mardiana Adam
  drg. Sri Pamungkas Sigit Nardiatmo
  drg. Wahyuni Wahab
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Oct. 10, 2019
1 p.m. - 2 p.m.
06 Coronally Reposition Flap Combined with Vestibulectomy for Treatment of Single Gingival Recession: A Case Report

Gingival recession is a common concern in patients with periodontal disease. Gingival recession in anterior teeth is a concern for the dentist & the patient. A variety of periodontal surgery procedures have been done to treat gingival recession defect with varying degrees of success to relieve offending condition & to achieve aesthetic outcome.This case report describes the surgical procedures performed for treatment of single gingival recession in the anterior area so that aesthetic function can be restored. Case:A 20-year-old female patient came to the Dental and Oral Health Hospital Hasanuddin University with a chief complaint of tooth looks longer than before.Intraoral examination showed gingival recession of tooth 31 because of calculus & gingival overgrowth. Initial therapy includes scaling and root planing was performed before the surgical procedure.Coronally reposition flap then vestibulectomy were performed using blade No.15,sutured and applied periodontal pack. Cont..


Speakers :

  drg. Mardiana Adam

  drg. Wahyuni Wahab
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Oct. 10, 2019
1 p.m. - 2 p.m.
10 Multiple Periodontal Abscesses as Oral Sign for Diabetes Mellitus Patients

Periodontal abscess is a common condition that shows all the signs of acute infection, which can be easily diagnosed by dentist. Periodontal abscess is commonly associated with uncontrolled diabetes mellitus. Recurrence or presence of multiple periodontal abscesses is a manifestation reflecting the underlying presence of diabetes mellitus. The relationship between diabetes and periodontitis appears to be bidirectional, with diabetes being a risk factor for periodontitis, and the severity of periodontitis is influenced by glycemic control and the development of complications in diabetic patients. The objective of this present case series is to report three cases of multiple periodontal abscesses as potential oral clinical signs for diagnosis of undiagnosed diabetes mellitus patients. These three cases of multiple periodontal abscesses are associated with undiagnosed diabetes mellitus patients. The treatment for multiple periodontal abscesses was scaling and root planing followed by drainage through the sulcus. Subgingival irrigation of the abscesses pocket with 0.1% povidone iodine was carried and systemic antibiotics were prescribed. The patient was referred to internist for blood glucose examination and management. Multiple periodontal abscesses are important clinical findings can be utilized by the dentist in diagnosing of undiagnosed diabetes mellitus. The dentist have an important role in detection of undiagnosed diabetes mellitus as a routine measure, while updating the medical history, therefore has more opportunity of detecting unknown systemic diseases. Early detection of a disease and referral to a physician not only helps in better management of the disease, but also leads to a good prognosis.


Speakers :
  drg. Desi Widyaningrum
  drg. Robert Lessang, Sp.Perio(K)
  Dr. drg. Yuniarti Soeroso, Sp.Perio(K)
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Oct. 10, 2019
1 p.m. - 2 p.m.
08 Treatment of Maxillary Central Incisors Diastema and Gingival Hyperpigmentation: A Case Report

Introduction: Diastema is a gap that usually appears between two or more teeth. Diastema is usually caused by a deep vestibulum or high frenulum, so it looks less aesthetic and can cause food impaction in the deep vestibulum. Sometimes, people have more than one problem in their mouth. The presence of high frenulum and gingival hyperpigmentation are the problems that can be found in the clinic. Combination treatment using gingival frenectomy and depigmentation techniques are the gold treatments for handling these case in one visit. Objectives: To describe, overview and to handle cases about maxillary central incisors diastema accompanied by gingival hyperpigmentation. Case: A patient comes to the clinic and complaints about the tooth that splitting. Suddenly, food impaction easily stuck in the deep vestibulum near the high frenulum labialis. The patient felt uncomfortable with the blackish discoloration of the gingiva. The gingival frenectomy and depigmentation techniques were the gold treatments that has been chosen in this case. The patient was instructed to recall one week after surgery. Next, patient recalls six months later. The diastema space was reduced and gingival to be coral pink. Conclusion: The treatments of maxillary central incisors diastema accompanied by gingival hyperpigmentation with surgery using the gingival frenectomy and depigmentation techniques that effectively to restore the aesthetic in the patient's oral cavity.


Speakers :
  drg. Hardianti Haryo

  drg. Mardiana Adam
  drg. Wahyuni Wahab
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Oct. 10, 2019
1 p.m. - 2 p.m.
04 Labial Frenectomy Combined with Minimal Invasive Treatment of Maxillary Gingival Depigmentation: A Case Report

Aberrant frenulum and oral pigmentations are two conditions in the gingiva and oral mucosa which is associated with various exogenous and endogenous etiological factors. Several procedures such as air abrasion, gingivectomy, cryosurgery, electrosurgery, soft tissue grafts, and laser have been suggested for the removal of gingival pigmentation that was treated by frenectomy. Objective: To observe labial frenectomy combined with minimally invasive treatment to remove gingival melanin pigmentation and evaluate the clinical outcome. Case: A 18‐year‐old female patient referred to complained of an abnormal frenulum and “black” colored gums. It was decided that the cause of oral pigmentation is due to the patient’s habits. Labial frenectomy, combination polishing drill, and a conventional way were planned for aberrant frenulum. Minimal invasive treatment of maxillary gingival depigmentation of an anterior gingival region of the maxilla. Ablation techniques device was used for treatment. Treatment was performed until melanin pigmentation fully disappeared. Treated area was covered with a periodontal dressing. Conclusion: Frenectomy and ablation techniques for hyper- pigmented gingiva was accomplished with minimal bleeding, less painful, more comfortable treatment for the patient, postoperative healing was uneventful, and also takes short operation time.


Speakers :
  Drg.andriani rukmana


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Oct. 10, 2019
1 p.m. - 2 p.m.
03 Aesthetic Surgical Crown Lengthening Anterior Maxilla for Prepare Indirect Veneer Restoration: A Case Report

Introduction: Periodontal therapy is an important role in the aesthetic rehabilitation of the maxillary anterior segment. Crown lengthening is one of the most common surgical procedures to get ideal aesthetic margin gingiva by resection of the soft and/or hard tissues. Aesthetic and restorative needs were the main indications for crown lengthening. Objectives: To describe crown lengthening management before indirect veneer procedure. Case: A 22 year old systemically healthy women referred from department of conservative to do crown lengthening before indirect veneer. Examination of Intraoral condition showed peg shapes of incisors lateral maxilla, short clinical crown and multiple diastems on maxillary incisors. Conclusion: The Improvement of smile aesthetic need a comprehensive interdisciplinary treatment. Surgical Crown lengthening is one of the procedure to re-establish the biological width that is required for veneer indirect procedure.


Speakers :
  Drg.andriani rukmana
  drg. Patimah

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Oct. 10, 2019
1 p.m. - 2 p.m.
07 Crown Lengthening and Osseous Surgery Procedures for Patients with Excessive Gingival Display and Thick Periodontium: A Case Report

Excessive gingival display or commonly known as "gummy smile" is a condition in which the anterior maxillary area shows an excessive amount of gingival tissue & a short clinical crown that appears when individuals smile and cause complaints of aesthetic appearance. There are several etiologies that can cause this condition, and the choice of treatment plan depends on the etiology of this excessive gingival display. In conditions where there is a combination of etiological factors, more than one treatment is needed. Aim: To report the combination procedures of crown lengthening and osseous surgery procedures for patients with excessive gingival display and thick periodontium, and to evaluate the results treatment in terms aesthetic appearance. Case:A 35-year-old woman comes with a complaint of her gums is very visible when smiling and the crown of teeth looks shortened. Chu’s Aesthetic Gauges was used to create the proper individual tooth proportion. Cont...


Speakers :
  drg. Nuraini Puspita Sari
  drg. Sri Oktawati
  drg. Sri Pamungkas Sigit Nardiatmo

  Trisantoso Rezdy Asalui, drg
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Oct. 10, 2019
1 p.m. - 2 p.m.
05 Treatment of Granulomatous Epulis: A Case Report

Granulomatous Epulis belongs to the category of epithelial tumors, as proliferation such as benign tumors that arise from poor post-extraction sockets, the presence of bone or tooth fragments inside the socket and another local factor such as irritation from denture or remaining root. The most common treatment is surgical excision. Aim:To discuss the surgical a procedure was performed on granulomatous epulis cases accompanied by filling the bone graft into a socket to maintain the condition of the alveolar bone. Case:A 56-year-old male patient was referred to Dental and Oral Hospital Hasanuddin University with a chief complaint of gingival swelling. On intra-oral examination, the gingival swelling found in the posterior upper left area with a diameter of approximately 1 cm. It began to enlarge approximately 3 months ago suspected of being irritated by denture. Next to the gingival swelling, upper left second molar appeared to mobile º3 with alveolar bone resorption. Cont...


Speakers :
  Drg.andriani rukmana
  drg. Patimah
  drg. Sri Oktawati
  drg. Wa Ode Anastasia Muliani Izzat
1
Oct. 10, 2019
1 p.m. - 2 p.m.
01 Periodontal Flap Operative Followed with Metal Frame Denture to Treat Chronic Periodontitis: A Case Report

Introduction: Loss of attachment and damaged periodontal tissue are commonly found in chronic periodontitis and can lead to tooth mobility. The mobile tooth will affect on patient’s comfort, aesthetic and functional mastication. Treatments for chronic periodontitis with tooth mobility were periodontal surgery and splinting to reduce tooth mobility. Objective: To enhance the patients quality of life without extracting the periodontally compromised teeth. Case Report: A 54 years old male patient was referred to Dental and Oral Hospital Hasanuddin University with chief complain mandibular incisor mobile since 1 month ago. Intraoral examination revealed that there were deep pockets and gingival recession on teeth #31, #32, and #41 with degree 2 mobility. Radiograph examination showed that severed bone loss on teeth #31, #32, and #41 and increased periodontal ligament space. Treatment that was proposed, were periodontal flap surgery and then the teeth would be splinted permanently using metal frame partial denture because of patient poor oral hygiene habit. Conclusion: Periodontal Surgery has to be done to prepare the periodontally compromised teeth before using metal frame denture as the permanent splint.


Speakers :
  drg. Hardianti Haryo
  drg. Mardiana Adam
  drg. Sri Pamungkas Sigit Nardiatmo
  Trisantoso Rezdy Asalui, drg
1
Oct. 10, 2019
1 p.m. - 2 p.m.
09 The Management of Periodontitis with Hypercementosis on Extruded Anterior Tooth: A Case Report

Introduction: Dental trauma can result in a number of long-term complications, one of them is apical periodontitis. However, periodontitis with hypercementosis is a rare case previously reported, but this is suspected to occur as compensation for periodontal tissue and various local stimulus. Appropriate treatment planning must be done to ensure a good prognosis. Objectives: To describe the management of periodontitis with hypercementosis. Case: The 30-year-old male patient had been referred from the Department of Conservation with complaints of mobile tooth and pain when filling the root canal. The tooth was traumatized 3 years ago. An intra-oral examination has shown 11 mobile°2, pocket periodontal (M = 6 mm, D: 7 mm, B: 5mm, P: 5mm) extrusion and discolorization of the tooth. Radiography examination has shown lateral bone destruction and hypercementosis in the apical third of the mesial tooth. The patient was healthy systematically. Regenerative treatment with the application of a combination of bone graft and Platelet Rich Fibrin (PRF) was a surgical procedure that has been carried out. After the surgical phase, the restorative phase and orthodontic treatment have been performed. Post-treatment follow-up showed significant at clinical and photographic changes. Conclusion: The success of treatment is determined by appropriate treatment plans, good multidisciplinary collaboration, and cooperative patients.


Speakers :
  drg. Nuraini Puspita Sari
  drg. Patimah
  drg. Sri Oktawati
  drg. Wa Ode Anastasia Muliani Izzat