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CORRELATION BETWEEN LEVELS OF PATIENT SATISFACTION AND THE VALUE OF CEPHALOMETRIC SKELETAL ANALYSIS IN POST-ORTHOGNATIC SURGERY PATIENTS

  • Joni Putra ,
  • Endang Sjamsudin ,
  • Asri Arumsari ,
  • Abel T. Yuza ,

Abstract

Abstract Background: Post-orthognathic surgery evaluation can be performed using cephalometric skeletal analysis and a questionnaire method to assess the level of patient satisfaction with orthognathic surgery that has been performed. The purpose of this study was to analyze the level of patient satisfaction after orthognathic surgery and the correlation between the patient satisfaction level after orthognathic surgery and the results of the cephalometric skeletal analysis. Methods: This research is analytic observational research. The subjects of this study were patients who had orthognathic surgery either BSSO, Osteotomy Le Fort 1, or Double Jaw Surgery. First, the subjects filled out a questionnaire about patient satisfaction after orthognathic surgery, the second was taking cephalometric radiographs which were then analyzed by the Steiner method by measuring the angles of SNA, SNB, ANB, and GoGN-SN. The subjects of this study were taken from patients who had undergone orthognathic surgery at the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Department of Hasan Sadikin Hospital (RSHS) and the Dental Hospital of Padjadjaran University (RSGM Unpad) Bandung in 2015-2020. The number of samples in this study was 10 people. The research was conducted from February 2020 to July 2020. The results of the questionnaire obtained as research data were scored and grouped into 3 groups, namely dissatisfied, satisfied, and very satisfied. Furthermore, the research data in the form of cephalometric analysis results were categorized into normal and abnormal. The two research data were then tested for their correlation using the Concordal Kendall correlation test, with a confidence level of 95% and alpha 5% using Excel MegaStat software. Results: The results of the study on 10 research subjects showed that all questionnaire scores were in the "satisfied" category. Cephalometric skeletal analysis of all cephalograms showed 50% normal SNA angle, 10% normal SNB angle, 80% normal ANB angle, and 90% normal GoGN-SN angle. The Concordal Kendall test results show the correlation coefficient value of 0.534 or 53.4%. The positive correlation coefficient shows a unidirectional relationship between the level of patient satisfaction after orthognathic surgery and the results of cephalometric skeletal analysis, meaning that the better the skeletal cephalometric analysis value, the higher the level of patient satisfaction. Conclusions:  On average, patients are very satisfied with the orthognathic surgery they have undergone. There is a correlation between the level of patient satisfaction after orthognathic surgery and the results of the cephalometric skeletal analysis.
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Putra, J., Sjamsudin, E., Arumsari, A., & Yuza, A. T. (2021). CORRELATION BETWEEN LEVELS OF PATIENT SATISFACTION AND THE VALUE OF CEPHALOMETRIC SKELETAL ANALYSIS IN POST-ORTHOGNATIC SURGERY PATIENTS. Journal of Dentomaxillofacial Science, 7(2). https://doi.org/10.15562/jdmfs.v7i2.1158

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