2021
DOI: 10.20527/dentin.v5i1.3230
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PENGARUH MANAJEMEN PERILAKU KOMBINASI TELL-SHOW-DO DAN PENGGUNAAN GAME SMARTPHONE SEBELUM PROSEDUR PERAWATAN GIGI TERHADAP TINGKAT KECEMASAN DENTAL ANAK (Literature Review)

Abstract: Background : Anxiety and fear are factors that influence children's emotions so that they are less cooperative during dental treatment process. Non-pharmacological methods can be used to overcome these problems, such as by tell-show-do, modeling, enhancing control, voice control, behavior formation, distraction, and magic tricks. Smartphone game applications are very popular among children since it provides an overview of the dental care experience through various features available in it.Objective: To determi… Show more

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“…However, in one study results stated that dentists did not provide pharmacological management in the form of general anesthesia because it resulted in excessive use of general anesthesia in children and the National Consensus Development Conference on Anesthesia and Sedation in the Dental Office suggested that sedation and general anesthesia may not be necessary in situations where psychological and behavioral approaches are already effective [21]. Meanwhile, in the case of children with low or moderate dental anxiety, it can be managed effectively using non-pharmacological management, this is supported by literature review conducted by Maharani et al (2021) which concluded that non-pharmacological management can reduce children's dental anxiety levels, as well as in research conducted by Condratovici et al (2018) which stated that psychological interventions were effective in reducing anxiety levels in dental clinics in adult patients and especially children, which resulted in reducing the need of pharmacological sedatives. Besides that, therapeutic communication between the dental team and pediatric patients is a non-pharmacological management which is also believed to reduce dental anxiety in children when carrying out dental treatment procedures.…”
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confidence: 94%
“…However, in one study results stated that dentists did not provide pharmacological management in the form of general anesthesia because it resulted in excessive use of general anesthesia in children and the National Consensus Development Conference on Anesthesia and Sedation in the Dental Office suggested that sedation and general anesthesia may not be necessary in situations where psychological and behavioral approaches are already effective [21]. Meanwhile, in the case of children with low or moderate dental anxiety, it can be managed effectively using non-pharmacological management, this is supported by literature review conducted by Maharani et al (2021) which concluded that non-pharmacological management can reduce children's dental anxiety levels, as well as in research conducted by Condratovici et al (2018) which stated that psychological interventions were effective in reducing anxiety levels in dental clinics in adult patients and especially children, which resulted in reducing the need of pharmacological sedatives. Besides that, therapeutic communication between the dental team and pediatric patients is a non-pharmacological management which is also believed to reduce dental anxiety in children when carrying out dental treatment procedures.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 94%