Relationship Between Periodontal Disease and Quality of Life of the Indonesian Family Welfare Guidance Programme (PKK) from Hamlet (RW) Number 01 Srondol Wetan Urban Village, Semarang City


Authors : Yodong; Wahyu Jati Dyah Utami; Tri Anonim

Volume/Issue : Volume 5 - 2020, Issue 11 - November

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Periodontal disease is a disease in the oral cavity with inflammation that attacks the supporting tissues of the teeth, including gingivitis and periodontitis. Periodontal disease is caused by primary and secondary factors, the main factor is irritation by pathogenic bacteria in plaque, while secondary factors are local and systemic factors. According to the results of the Basic Health Research of the Indonesian Ministry of Health in 2018 (RISKESDAS), the national prevalence of dental and oral problems is 57.2%. The prevalence of periodontal disease is more than 82% in young people and more than 50% in adults. Age and illness that affects everyone can regress in various ways, which affect their quality of life. Treatment for periodontal disease is complete plaque control accompanied by scaling and root planning and anti-bacterial therapy. The aim of the study was to analyze cases of periodontal disease in relation to quality of life. This type of research is a survey based on the nature of correlational research. This quantitative descriptive method uses a design cross-sectional with an analytic observational approach. The object of this research was 250 women from the PKK RW 01 group in Srondol Wetan Urban Village, Semarang City. Sampling technique using non-probability sampling with purposive sampling method or sample consideration based on the characteristics or characteristics of the population that have been previously known data analysis will be carried out using SPSS software, to determine the factors that affect the quality of life / disability status, to see the effect between two variables using the Spearman rank Correlation test.

Keywords : Periodontal Disease, Quality of Life

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