Thursday, 7 October 2010

Biomaterial: Bahan Cetak - Hidrokoloid

Impression materials, in the fluid or plastic state, are carried to the mouth in a suitably sized tray. Hardening of the material takes place either on cooling or through a chemical reaction.

There is no clear line between mucostatic and mucodisplacing impression materials.

Biomaterial: Bahan Cetak - Pendahuluan

Impression materials are used to record the shape of the teeth and alveolar ridges. There are a wide variety of impression materials available each with their own properties, advantages and disadvantages. Materials in common use can be classified as elastic or non-elastic according to the ability of the set material to be withdrawn over undercuts. (University of Birmingham)

Biomaterial: Bonding (part 2)

Bonding part one is already posted, so this part was named bonding part two. Agaiiiin! It is about bonding, guys! Without wasting time, let's get kicking, everyone! The download-able presentation is below. Bonding 2 05

Biomaterial: Adhesi and Bonding

This material has linkage with bonding. Or in other way of say, adhesion is interrelated with bonding and vice versa. Adhesive dentistry is a branch of dentistry which mainly deals with adhesion or bonding of the adhesive material or cements to the natural substance of teeth, enamel and dentin. Bonding techniques have various clinical applications including operative and preventive dentistry as well as encompasses numerous areas and products. Let's start with creating the ultimate hybrid layer. The hybrid layer is very important and can be the reason a composite restoration is a success, or a failure. This layer is the bond between the tooth structure and the filling material; composite. The download-able presentation is below. bioadhesi s1 Hope it help as well.

Biomaterial: Dental Amalgam

Konnichiwa, minna-san. How's life? Mine's good. I am going to have Japanese Language Proficiency Test this end of year. In Japanese it is Nihongo Noryoku Shiken. I actually want to participate last year, but I was late. Moreover, my friends were entrusted my to enrole the examination, but I was forget the due date. I was near-to-do harakiri :D for my apology. Anyway, I hope it will go well this year. Wish me luck!

Wednesday, 29 September 2010

Anatomy: Fungsi dan Anatomi Sinus Paranasalis

My English is fine, but I need extra cautious in translating this next article. My...
I took it seriously to transliterate it because this material is pretty essential for dental student, especially those who love anatomy. And for those who want to be an oral surgeon, then this material is mandatory.
I kindly and pleased to receive comments about this material.
For the reference, I also embed the original one, to prevent misconception.
Oh, yeah, it's also available at Just check it out!

Merokok, Tekanan Darah Tinggi dan Diabetes Dapat Memacu Demensia

Smoke. Smog! and Fog?!
Oh no! Combine it with hypertension and blend them with diabetes mellitus lead to 'ceased to exist'. :D

Anyway, this slip article taken from my favourite source site might be taken as a light reference. But, indeed, it might be worth to countermeasure one lifestyle that can enlighten other well-being. Whichever is fine. But, hey, for me, memory is diary that we take with us forever. I don't want to have premature dementia, and I think neither do we.

Dental Implications of Diabetes Mellitus

Diabetes mellitus is one of the most interesting topics in Dentistry because of it correlations to other local and systemic condition in human body. This article is reviewed about the implication of diabetes mellitus to dental procedure, also the complications happened for patient having diabetes mellitus.

I translated this reference accompanied by the sound of rain and faint cry of the daughter of my boarding house owner. Ahaha! So loud!

Anyway, here we go!

Biomaterial: Bonding (part 1)

Every material restoration in dentistry need retention in various connection systems or attachment. One can't imagine why one material has low compatibility with other, meanwhile others vice versa. This posting will emphasize about bonding, its mechanism and the implementation in dentistry. So, dentist and dentist ni narimasu, dozo benkyou shimashou~~

Tuesday, 28 September 2010

Biomaterial: Dental Waxes (Malam Gigi)

O-hissashi buri, minna-san~~
(It's been a while, everyone)...that's what I actually want to said, but, vacuum for almost two whole months, that's...hibernate. Ihihi...
Anyway, during these past months, a lot of events should be happened, right? Well, first of all, I want to say: "Ied Mubarak 1431 H. Mohon Maaf Lahir dan Batin". Passing a Ramadhan month doesn't mean that we can slack-off. And you know, I finished my cycle of wandering (eh?) from one department to other department. And, now, I have to retake another cycle because I haven't passed some of the departments. So where am I now? At the prosthodontic department: full denture, partial denture and fixed denture. Here I come.

Thursday, 1 July 2010

Biomaterial - Semen Ionomer Kaca

Howdy, everyone? Good day!
During my senior clerkship in Dental Public Health Department, I found an very interesting article about GIC or Glass Ionomer Cement. It was actually published by Made Asri Budisuari from Peneliti Puslitbang Pelayanan Kesehatan. This article give us information, though not all, about this aesthetic filling material. Credit and appreciation are given to Ms. Made Arsi Budisuari. Thank you!

Glass Ionomer Cement is also called Semen Ionomer Kaca (SIK) or Semen Glass Ionomer.

Sunday, 27 June 2010

Biomaterial - GIPS

During watching H2 first episode, I was publishing this chapter. I watched it for the tenth or eleventh time I guess. It is one of my favourite dorama. It is about baseball. It is adapted from the same titled manga created by Adachi Mitsuru-sensei. I love the movie very much. It's highly recommended for those who seeks for romantic, comedy, sports and baseball fan-loving dorama.

By the way, the topic is about Gips or Plaster of Paris. ready, set and GO!

Biomaterial - Material Tanam Investment

Next on, this is about "Investment Material". Even though it's already June, rain is still sometimes pouring in Yogyakarta. It's okay for me since I like rainy season.

Speaking of which, Biomaterial was given three times: Biomaterial I, Biomaterial II and Biomaterial III. Without any delay, here we go!

Biomaterial - Pendahuluan

Konnichiwa, here I come again!
Now, I would like to publish Biomaterial. This basic knowledge was given by drg. Pung, drg. Narin, drg. Nina, drg. Wiji, drg. Wido, and drg. Harsini.
Hereby, I uploaded this my very first pdf version of "Introductory of Biomaterial".

Monday, 21 June 2010


Hai, minna-san. ohayou gozaimasu, konnichiwa, konbanwa, oyasumi nasai (janai!)
(Hello, everyone, good morning, good day, good evening, good night (not that!))
(Hallo, semuanya, selamat pagi, selamat siang, selamat malam, selamat tidur (bukan itu!))

Wahaha! I'm sorry for being so late updating this blog. Thanks for everyone support. I actually have a little trouble for the twirling-kanji's words expressed for the comment. But, arigatou gozaimasu, thank you. ^__^

Now, I want to express my gratitude by uploading my blog template to the newer look. And after adjust here-and there, I finally chose this template. Wahaha! Pink rule!