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Dental diseases are one of the most common diseases among other diseases, with caries and its complications leading to cerebral palsy. Cerebral palsy in children is defined as a disability from 3 to 5 patients per 1000 births. According to dental examinations, the spreading of caries and its complications in children with cerebral palsy varies from 80% to 85%. Congenital defects of the central nervous system, characterized by an increase and a combination of functional disorders, are indicative. Not only the maxillofacial region is characterized by secondary changes in the morphological structure of bones, but also damage to organs and tissues of the oral cavity. The problem of prevention and treatment of dental diseases in children with cerebral palsy is especially relevant today. It is important to develop special treatment measures for children with this pathology.
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