The caries prevalence among 12-year-old children in Jakarta, Indonesia was 84%. Caries in children is a serious oral health problem, especially in a developing country. School Dental Health Services aimed to maintain and improve the oral health of all students in target schools. It targets individual health for students. To identify knowledge and participation in training of School Dental Health Service teachers in Surabaya Elementary School. This research is an observational descriptive conducted in elementary schools in the city of Surabaya with 34 School Dental Health Service supervisor teachers. Data collection was obtained from questionnaires and then displayed descriptively in the form of percentages and mean values. School Dental Health Service students who have not received training reached 41%, most of whom have not received training are teachers in South Surabaya and East Surabaya. East Surabaya and South Surabaya, have the lowest mean value of School Dental Health Service knowledge. The implementation of School Dental Health Service has not been optimal, especially regarding the training that should be given to School Dental Health Service teachers, and it showed the low level of School Dental Health Service teachers’ knowledge in the Surabaya area.
|Number of pages||4|
|Journal||Journal of International Dental and Medical Research|
|Publication status||Published - 2023|
- Health Service
- Participation in training
- School Dental Health Service
- Surabaya Elementary School