Oral Biology is the study of the structure, growth, development and function of the oral and surrounding tissues covered in the stomatognathic system including: teeth, oral soft tissues, periodontal tissues, jaw bones, jaw joints, masticatory and swallowing muscles, salivary glands, fluid the oral cavity, blood vessels, nerves and lymph to be able to explain the phenomena that occur in both normal and aberrant stomatognathic systems.

The oral biology department has learning achievement in students who are expected to explain and know the material about dental embryology, general and dental terminology, structure of dental tissue (enamel, dentin and pulp), morphology of decidui and permanent teeth, dental anomalies, dental connections with tissues periodontium, physiological relation of dental anatomy and dento osseous structure. This is supported by the presence of a dental anatomy laboratory.

The other scope of this department will achieve learning about the basics of microbiology in general, the basics of oral microbiology, general concepts of disease, immunological foundations, explaining and analyzing the basics of the oral cavity immune system. This is supported by the presence of dentistry microbiology laboratories.

 

Lecturer:

1.

 

Dr. Asmawati, drg., M.Kes

Associate Professor

Bio-Oral Pharmacology

 

2.

 

Dr. Irene E. Rieuwpassa, drg., MSi

Associate Professor

Bio-Oral Anatomy

 

3.

 

Dr. Nurlinda Hamrun, drg., M.Kes

Associate Professor

Bio-Oral Physiology

 

4.

 

Dr. drg. A. St. Asmidar Anas, M.Kes

Asistant Professor

Bio-Oral Anatomy

 

5.

 

Visensia Laonardo, drg, Sp.Pros

Instructor

Prosthodontics

 

 6.

 

drg. Rafikah Hasyim

Instructor

Bio-Oral Anatomy

 

 

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