Sabilillah, Muhammad Fiqih
Faculty of Dental Medicine, Universitas Airlangga

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Correlation of cost, time, need, access, and competence with the public interest in installing dentures at non-professional dentist Sopianah, Yayah; Sabilillah, Muhammad Fiqih; Fadilah, Ayyu
Dental Journal (Majalah Kedokteran Gigi) Vol 50, No 1 (2017): (March 2017)
Publisher : Faculty of Dental Medicine, Universitas Airlangga

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Background: Tooth loss can be caused by trauma, caries, and periodontal disease. It then can trigger an emotional impact on each individual, such as having a lack of confidence, feeling ashamed of the appearance, and trying to hide the missing teeth. As a result, people experiencing tooth loss want to put or replace their missing teeth with artificial ones. Unfortunately, many of them prefer to visit non-professional dentists rather than professional ones providing the same services because of both internal and external factors. Purpose: This research aimed to analyze factors affecting the public interest in Losari District of Brebes Regency in 2016 to install dentures in non-professional dentists. Method: This research focused on a correlation of cost, time, need, access, and competence with denture-making care interest using survey method. Sampling was conducted with purposive sampling technique. The number of samples was thirty-six people. Result: There was a significant correlation between public interest in installing dentures at non-professional dentists and cost factor (a p value of 0.010, <a 0.05). Similarly, there was a significant correlation between public interest in installing dentures at non-professional dentists and time factor (a p value of 0.000, <a 0.05). There were significant correlations between the public interest in installing dentures at non-professional dentists and need (a p value of 0.004, <a 0.05), as well as between public interest in installing dentures at non-professional dentists and access factor (a p value of 0.000 <a 0.05). Nevertheless, there was no correlation between public interest in installing dentures at non-professional dentists and competence factor (a p value of 0.482> a 0.05). Conclusion: It can be concluded that there is a correlation between cost, time, need, and access with the public interest in installing dentures at non-professional dentists. Community competence has no correlation with public interest in installing dentures at non-professional dentists.
The effects of audio-video instruction in brushing teeth on the knowledge and attitude of young slow learners in Cirebon regency Sopianah, Yayah; Sabilillah, Muhammad Fiqih; Oedijani, O.
Dental Journal (Majalah Kedokteran Gigi) Vol 50, No 2 (2017): (June 2017)
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Background: Young slow learners are children with special needs who require special attention to satisfy their personal hygiene needs, especially those of dental hygiene since they are particularly susceptible to tooth decay. Changing the knowledge and attitudes of those slow learners can be achieved by a proper method. Purpose: This study aimed to analyze the effects of teaching effective methods of brushing teeth by means of an audio video approach on the knowledge and attitude of young slow learners in Cirebon regency. Methods: This study was quasi-experimental in nature using pre test-post test methods within a two-group design. The sampling technique employed was purposive in nature. The number of young slow learners as respondents in this research totalled 31 individuals. Those children were, subsequently, divided into two groups; Group I containing 16 children, instructed in tooth brushing techniques by means of an audio video method and Group II composed of 15 children who were taught tooth brushing techniques manually. The variables measured consisted of subjects’ knowledge of and attitude towards how to brush teeth most effectively identified by means of a questionnaire, in order that the interval data could be collected. Results: The results of an independent T-test showed there to be significant differences in the mean scores of the knowledge variable and the attitude variable (p = 0.003 and p = 0.000 respectively) between Groups I and II, at that stage of the investigation. Conclusion: It can be concluded that instructional audio-videos on how to brush teeth most effectively can improve both the knowledge and attitude of children with slow learning problems.
ASUHAN KEPERAWATAN GIGI DAN MULUT PADA PASIEN DIABETES MELITUS (LAPORAN KASUS) Fatmasari, Diyah; Sabilillah, Muhammad Fiqih; ,, Yodong
Jurnal Kesehatan Gigi Vol 2, No 2 (2015): Desember 2015
Publisher : Jurusan Keperawatan Gigi, Poltekkes Kemenkes Semarang

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TITLEDental nursing care in diabetes mellitus patients (case report)ABSTRACTTo determine dental and oral health care, operators must be able to recognize the symptoms and signs possibility patients suffer systemic disease should be detected as these influence oral hygiene condition. Patients who often visit dental clinic are patients with diabetes mellitus. It is important for operator to know dental management of patients with diabetes melitus therefore diagnosis and treatment can be drawn as needed. Operator also can contribute dental health care and improve quality life of patients diabetes melitus by improving oral hygiene management and complication prevention. Purpose of this report to identify and understand dental and oral health care based on human need with behavior management for dental disease prevention.A diabetes melitus patient with caries occlusal 16 with diagnosis caries reach pulp visit dental clinic. Dental and oral health care to restore tooth shape and function, prevent further caries and reduce pain. Treatment for the patient was dental prophylaxis, dental health education and referral for root canal treatment. Evaluation need to be done regularly.Dental and oral health care are expected to be systematically so that the management of patients with diabetes mellitus can be continue. Dental management patient with diabetes melitus need good communication, laboratorium test and knowledge of operator about diabetes melitus including the effect of dental care, therefore diabetic patient can undergo dental care safety. Key words : Dental and Oral Health Care, Diabetic Patient