STATUS KESEHATAN GIGI DAN MULUT PADA ANAK BERKEBUTUHAN KHUSUS PENYANDANG CACAT FISIK DI SLB Prof. Dr. SRI SOEDEWI SOFWAN, SH JAMBI
Background: Rapid Survey of Ministry of Health RI Year 2010 on 6 SLB in 3 Provinces namely: West Java, Central Java
and East Java is known that most of the characteristics of disability types are blind and deaf / speechless. The condition of
fulfillment of nutritional adequacy of food recall 24 hours most of the intake of children's food in SLB diverse.
Characteristics of habitual behavior brush your teeth 2 times a day approximately 70% and 50-75% do it yourself without
the help of others. In terms of dental and oral health services include counseling specifically about brushing teeth. How to
counsel with mentoring using storybook or movie / LCD poster with family involvement. There are no regular dental and
oral health checks at school. If toothache generally they go to a private dentist, puskesmas or buy a drug stall. The purpose
of this study was to determine the status of oral and dental health in children with special needs of physically disabled in
SLB Prof. DR. Sri Soedewi Masjchun Sofwan, SH Jambi.
Methods: This research was a quantitative research with cross sectional study approach. Data were collected from
primary data obtained from dental and mouth examination by using diagnostic set instrument with dental examination
format. A total of 94 children with physically disabled special needs were with sampling technique that is total sampling.
The analysis used univariate and bivariate analysis (correlation test).
Results: The results of univariate analysis showed that the average of DMF-T index in Children with Special Needs of
Physically Disabled in SLB Prof. Dr. Sri Soedewi Mascjhun Sofwan SH, Jambi The year 2016 is 3 and the average OHI-S
Index is 1.9. Bivariate analysis using correlation test known there is correlation index OHI-S with DMF-T Index, where pvalue value = 0,011 and R = 0,184.
Conclusion: It is suggested to increase promotion and preventive effort in Children with Special Needs of Physically
Disabled in SLB Prof. Dr. Sri Soedewi Mascjhun Sofwan SH, Jambi.