The Level Of Care Needs Abnormalities Of Teeth And Periodontal Tissues In Children With Special Needs
Indahyani, Didin Erma
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Background: Some surveys have shown that children with special needs have a higher prevalence of caries and oral cavity hygiene level is low. Special needs children have a high risk of oral cavity health problems compared with normal pediatric population, because of the inability of sensory and intellectual. Objective: The purpose of this study was to assess the care needs of oral disorders children with special needs at schools (SLB) Aand C in Bintoro Jember. Material and Method:The research method used cross sectional survey of 66 children attending the SLB A and C Bintoro, whether they live in a dorm or go off home. Examination and diagnosis at the level of oral hygiene, dental abnormalities and periodontal disorders, then do the percentages on every treatment is needed. Result :These results indicate that 80% needs to be done DHE, 16.6% fillings, scaling of 12.88%, 7.82% endodontic treatment, treatment of periodontal tissue and 7.82%. SLB children who require sealant on molar teeth is 15%. Conclusion:lt was concluded that in children SLB action is most needed is DHE, and therefore able to prevent caries and other oral disorders.
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