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Smoking Behavior With Gingiva Health Status In Adolescent Boys Ages 15-19 Years In Wangunsari Hamlet Setiawaras Village Cibalong Sub-District Tasikmalaya District

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The prevalence of smokers in children and adolescents in Indonesia has increased by 19.4%. Smoking can cause pathological conditions in the oral cavity, one of which is gingivitis. Objective: To determine the relationship of smoking behavior factors based on the number of cigarettes and duration of smoking with gingival health status in adolescent boys aged 15-19 years in Wangunsari Hamlet, Setiawaras Village, Cibalong Sub-District, Tasikmalaya District. Method: observational analytic with the cross-sectional approach. A sample of 48 adolescents boys aged 15-19 years. Data analysis uses frequency distribution and Spearman correlation. Results: 35 respondents (72.92%) had moderate categories of smoking behavior based on the number of cigarettes, 35 respondents (72.92%) had heavy categories of smoking behavior based on smoking duration, 28 respondents (58.33%) had moderate gingival health status. Spearman correlation test results for the relationship of smoking behavior factors based on the number of cigarettes with gingival health status obtained p-value of 0.003 (<0.05), while for those based on smoking duration with gingival health status obtained p-value of 0,000 (<0.05) ) shows that smoking behavior factors based on a number of cigarettes and duration of smoking have a positive and meaningful relationship with gingival health status. Conclusion: there is a relationship between smoking behavior factors based on the number of cigarettes and duration of smoking with gingival health status in adolescent boys aged 15-19 years in Wangunsari Hamlet, Setiawaras Village, Cibalong Sub-District, Tasikmalaya District.


 


                             

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nuary, tessha. (2021). Smoking Behavior With Gingiva Health Status In Adolescent Boys Ages 15-19 Years In Wangunsari Hamlet Setiawaras Village Cibalong Sub-District Tasikmalaya District. Journal of Oral Health Care, 8(2), 61–76. https://doi.org/10.29238/ohc.v8i2.619

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