Gus Permana Subita
Department of Oral Medicine, Faculty of Dentistry, Universitas Indonesia, Jakarta 10430

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Daylong Effect of Rinsing with Water Diluted Antiplaque®Toothpaste Combined with Toothbrushing on Volatile Sulphur Compound Levels Irmagita, Anandina; Subita, Gus Permana; Pradono, Siti Aliyah; Muthalib, Abdul
Journal of Dentistry Indonesia Vol 16, No 2 (2009): August
Publisher : Faculty of Dentistry, University of Indonesia

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Halitosis, complained by most adult population, is a common oral condition. About 8%% of the cases happened because of the microbia activity in the oral cavity that produces Volatile Sulphur Compound (VSC) which has unpleasant odour. Daily oral prophylaxis can reduce the oral VSC levels. Objective: to determine the daylong effect of Antiplque® toothpaste in daily oral prophylaxis: as dentrifice for tooth brushing and, in modified way, as oral rinse; on the VSC level. Methods: a double blind, clinical experimental study, involving 120 subjects with or without halitosis complain, divided in 2 treatment groups (oral rinse group and the combination of tooth brushing and oral rinse group, using Antiplaque® toothpaste) and 2 control groups (same procedure using placebo toothpaste). The daylong VSC levels measure with halimeter were taken twice, in the afternoon day I and day II. Results: there are significant reduction of daylong VSC levels (Wilcoxon signed rank test P<0.0%), but not in the treatment groups using the placebo toothpaste. The result on conbination of tooth brushing and oral rinse using Antiplaque® toothpaste are significant compared to the oral rinse treatment using Antiplaque® toothpaste alone (Mann Whitney, P<0.05). Conclusion: tooth brushing with Antiplaque® toothpaste combined with oral rinse using the modified Antiplaque® toothpaste can significantly reduce daylong VSC levels.DOI: 10.14693/jdi.v16i2.94
MEMPERTAHANKAN KUALITAS HIDUP PASIEN YANG MENJALANI RADIOTERAPI PADA KEPALA DAN LEHER Noegroho, Harum Sasanti Y.; Subita, Gus Permana
Journal of Dentistry Indonesia Vol 10, No 1 (2003): APRIL
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Radiotherapy is one of treatment’s modalities for head and neck malignancies. Its successful rate in curing cancer is undeniable. However, the patient will suffer several side effects or oral complications due to the treatment. If this condition is not properly managed, it can lead to the decline of patient’s quality of life. There are 4 aspects that can be used as indicators of quality of life for the case of head and neck that must be aware of which are: (1) disturbing pain, (2) problem in chewing and swallowing, (3) problem in oral communication, (4) patient’s emotion. In order to maintain patient’s quality of life, patients must have the willingness to recover and follow all instructions suggested by the medical staffs in charge, and receive full support of the family, and health personnel, which include oncology radiotherapists, dentists, and all the paramedics involved.
AMLEXANOX 5% SEBAGAI MODALITAS TERAPI STOMATITIS AFTOSA REKUREN TERKINI Rusmawati, Rusmawati; Subita, Gus Permana
Journal of Dentistry Indonesia Vol 10, No 2 (2003): AUGUST
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Recurrent Aphthous Stomatitis (RAS) is characterized by painful recurring ulceration of oral mucosa and is the most common oral ulcerative disease. The specific etiology of the disease remains unknown. This situation makes the therapy of RAS difficult and uncertain. This article will discuss the effectiveness and the safety of amlexanox 5% in relieving the symptoms and accelerate heling in RAS lesions. Amlexanox 5% is a new drug used topically in treatment of RAS. The mechanism of action by which alexanox accelerates healing of RAS in unknown. Clnincal study of efficacy amlexanox 5% has been demonstrated significantly accelerate healing and reduce pain of RAS, compared to amlexanox 1% vehicle and no treatment. 5% amlexanox oral paste has an advantageous pharmacological activity to accelerate healing and reduce the pain of RAS, thus it can be used as one of the modality in this therapy.
Daylong Effect of Tooth Brushing or Combination Tooth Brushing and Tongue Cleaning Using Antiplaque®Toothpaste on Volatile Sulphur Compound Levels Wardhany, Indriasti Indah; Subita, Gus Permana; Setyawati, Titiek; Muthalib, Abdul
Journal of Dentistry Indonesia Vol 16, No 2 (2009): August
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Objective: to determine the daylong effect of Antiplaque® toothpaste active copound and the effect of tooth brushing or combination of tooth brushing and tongue cleaning on Volatile Sulphur Compounds (VSC) levels. Methods: Clinical experimental double blinded microbiological and clinical examination. Subjects mainly from dental faculty student with or without a chief complain of halitosis. One hundred and twenty subjects were divided into four groups that consist of thirty samples each group. Two group are treatment subjects were divided into four groups that consist thirty samples each group. Two groups are treatment groups using Antiplaque® toothpaste and two groups are control groups using placebo toothpaste. The daylong effects of VSC levels are measured by Halimeter and organoleptic. The intraoral status were measured including periodontal status and tongue index. Result: There are a reduction of VSC levels in both treatment and control group, but the reduction only significant in group using Antiplaque® toothpaste (Wilcoxon signed rank test, p<0.05). There are a reduction of VSC levels in both treatment using Antiplaque® toothpaste, but the combination of tooth brushing and tongue cleaning reduced VSC levels significantly lower than tooth brushing treatment (Mann Whitney U test, P,0.05). Conclusion: Tooth brushing and tongue cleaning using Antiplaque® toothpaste significantly reduced VSC levels.DOI: 10.14693/jdi.v16i2.95
Kontribusi Higiene Mulut terhadap Timbulnya Acute Necrotizing Ulcerative Gingivitis (ANUG) (Survei Epidemiologi di Kecamatan Pacet Kabupaten Cianjur Jawa Barat) Mirna, Diana; Oktavianti, Linda; Kurniawati, Nia; Subita, Gus Permana
Journal of Dentistry Indonesia Vol 12, No 2 (2005): August
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This analytical epidemiological survey was aimed to investigate the correlation between oral hygiene and the onset of an infectious, necrotic, ulcerative disease called acute necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis (ANUG). The study involved 319 elementary school children consisting of 163 (52%) male and 156 (48%) female pupils from Kecamatan Pacet, Cianjur, WestJawa. Samples were chosen by stratified simple random sampling. The obtained data were analyzed with Bivariant Test (Chi2Ttest), and the results showed a quite high prevalence of ANUG, aboout 15.3% in total and consisting 9% male and 6.3% female subjects. The correlation between oral hygiene and the onset of ANUG was found to be significant (p<0.05). It was concluded that oral hygiene has an important contribution to the onset of ANUG.
Identifikasi dan Pengendalian Faktor Risiko Mukositis Oral Selama Radioterapi Kanker Nasofaring Sufiawati, Irna; Subita, Gus Permana
Journal of Dentistry Indonesia Vol 15, No 2 (2008): August
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Oral mucositis (OM) is an inflammatory and ulcerative process of the mucosa of the mouth that result from the administration of radiotherapy and/or chemotherapy or blood and marrow stem cell transplant. The incidence and severity of OM will vary from patient to patient, that correlates with the risk factors. The risk factors are patient related factors and therapy related factors. We reported a case in a 33 years old woman patient with OM grade IV accompanied with oral candidiasis who is undergoing radiotherapy in Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital for her nasopharyngeal cancer. The estimated risk factors of the severity OM in this case are the patient gender, poor oral hygiene, poor nutritional status, decreased saliva production, dose total and fractional radiation, and the staging of cancer. Chlorhexidine gluconate 0.2 % mouthwash and Mycostatin oral supension administration was decreased the severity of OM in this patient, nevertheless not yet totally recovery because another risk factors that can affect OM and dental management can not optimally controlled. It’s concluded that identification and control of oral mucositis risk factors are required for minimize severity of OM, to achieve the better quality of life patient.DOI: 10.14693/jdi.v15i2.73
Diagnosis and management of recurrent herpetiform stomatitis and Behçet syndrome like recurrent aphthous stomatitis herpetiform type Wulandari, Endah Ayu Tri; Subita, Gus Permana
Padjadjaran Journal of Dentistry Vol 20, No 3 (2008): November
Publisher : Faculty of Dentistry Universitas Padjadjaran, Indonesia

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Recurrent Aphthous Stomatitis (RAS) is a common inflammatory condition of the oral mucosa. The aetiology of RAS remains unclear, yet there are several predisposing factors which could be involved in the onset of the lesion. The herpetiform type of RAS appeared to be similar to recurrent oral Herpes Simplex infection and also could be part of Behçet Syndrome. This case report discussed a patient suffering from a herpetiform type of RAS with its clinical appearance resembling recurrent oral Herpes Simplex infection and Behçet syndrome. Initial treatment was undertaken based on the empirical treatment, yet the respond was not satisfactory. Then, laboratory tests were undertaken, including complete blood count, the total population of T lymphocyte, B lymphocyte, T helper, T suppressor, NK cells, T helper/T suppressor ratio, C3, C4, IgG, IgA, and IgM. These tests showed that there were immune and hematinic deficiency condition. Nevertheless, the clinical appearance, laboratory findings and consultation did not support the diagnosis of recurrent oral Herpes Simplex infection and Behçet Syndrome, thus, enhancing the definite diagnosis of the herpetiform type of RAS with immune and hematinic deficiency as the underlying condition. Based on the definite diagnosis, treatment plan was then revised to target the underlying condition.
Oral erythema multiforme: Laboratory findings in monitoring Herpes simplex virus involvement (A case report) Raiyon, Maria Leny; Subita, Gus Permana
Padjadjaran Journal of Dentistry Vol 20, No 3 (2008): November
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Erythema Multiforme is polymorphous recurrent eruptions on the skin and oral mucosa. This case is describing a progression of a case of Erythema Multiforme in the oral mucosa of a 33-year-old man suggesting of herpes viral involvement. In the absence of identified inducing drugs, past medical history of clinical manifestation on Herpes Simplex Viral (HSV) but positive serum antibody against HSV-1 is suggesting of Herpes Associated Erythema Multiforme. This became the basis of the patient management. Several episodes of recurrences and relapses occurred during our treatment period in oral isolated sites which were later progressed with skin eruption of bullae. The later clinical presentation challenges the on going working diagnosis. It also necessitated a skin biopsy to rule out another possibility of bullous lesion diseases. The latter blood test showed seroconverted of HSV-2 antibody accompanying previous detected HSV-1 antibody. Both biopsy and peripheral blood sera test consistent with Herpes Simplex Virus involvement. The patient is on a scheduled antiviral prophylaxis. This case showed that Herpes Associated Erythema Multiforme (HAEM) does present initially as an isolated oral lesions and a serological test could be used to monitor seroconverting of HSV.
APAKAH SHISHA BERBAHAYA BAGI KESEHATAN RONGGA MULUT ? Putri, Andi Anggun Mauliana; Subita, Gus Permana
ODONTO : Dental Journal Vol 4, No 2 (2017): December 2017
Publisher : Fakultas Kedokteran Gigi

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Background: In recent years, the use of tobacco in Indonesia increasingly varied in the forms and methods of consumption, one of which is shisha. Smoking shisha is increasingly popular due to a misperception that smoking shisha is harmless and lack of knowledge about the effects of shisha smoking in oral health.Literature analysis: “PubMed” used as a search tool to identify all empirical studies related to the effects of shisha smoking on health, especially in oral cavity.Discussion: Shisha smoke contained various toxic substances such as Nicotine, Tobacco Specifc Nitrosamines, Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons, Volatile Organic Compounds, Carbon Monoxide, Tar, and high-temperature metal heating causing shisha smoke contained toxic heavy metals such as arsenic, nickel, cobalt, chromium, lead, and cadmium. The content of these toxic substances showed that smoked shisha is associated with dependence, acute and long-term negative health effects similar to cigarette smoking. Toxic substances may cause various infections of microorganism such as Candida sp, Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV-1), Epstein Barr Virus, Mycobacterium tuberculosis, Human Immunodefciency Virus; Oral mucosal changes such as Hairy Tongue, Smoker’s Melanosis, Nicotine Stomatitis, Frictional Keratosis, Fissured Tongues, gingival or periodontal inflammation, and leukodema; and lead to malignant lesions such as Keratosis, Leukoplakia, Erythroplakia, Oral Submucous Fibrosis and Lichenoid Lesions.Conclusion: Smoking shisha gives bad impact for human health especiallyoral health. Shisha smoking can lead to the development of various infectious diseases and potentially lead to malignancy in the oral mucosa. These foundings breaks the belief that shisha smoking is safe for health.
Diagnosis and management of recurrent herpetiform stomatitis and Behçet syndrome like recurrent aphthous stomatitis herpetiform type Wulandari, Endah Ayu Tri; Subita, Gus Permana
Padjadjaran Journal of Dentistry Vol 20, No 3 (2008): November
Publisher : Faculty of Dentistry Universitas Padjadjaran

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Recurrent Aphthous Stomatitis (RAS) is a common inflammatory condition of the oral mucosa. The aetiology of RAS remains unclear, yet there are several predisposing factors which could be involved in the onset of the lesion. The herpetiform type of RAS appeared to be similar to recurrent oral Herpes Simplex infection and also could be part of Behçet Syndrome. This case report discussed a patient suffering from a herpetiform type of RAS with its clinical appearance resembling recurrent oral Herpes Simplex infection and Behçet syndrome. Initial treatment was undertaken based on the empirical treatment, yet the respond was not satisfactory. Then, laboratory tests were undertaken, including complete blood count, the total population of T lymphocyte, B lymphocyte, T helper, T suppressor, NK cells, T helper/T suppressor ratio, C3, C4, IgG, IgA, and IgM. These tests showed that there were immune and hematinic deficiency condition. Nevertheless, the clinical appearance, laboratory findings and consultation did not support the diagnosis of recurrent oral Herpes Simplex infection and Behçet Syndrome, thus, enhancing the definite diagnosis of the herpetiform type of RAS with immune and hematinic deficiency as the underlying condition. Based on the definite diagnosis, treatment plan was then revised to target the underlying condition.