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Authors:  O. V. Basharova, M. F. Kabirova, L. P. Gerasimova, and A. I. Shangareeva
Abstract:
According to the WHO, 43.5% of 12-year-olds and 41.7% of 15-year-old adolescents had noncarious diseases. Further research revealed that 50% of children in Western Australia had fluorosis. Research by Yu.A. Fedorov and other experts showed that the prevalence of noncarious lesions occurring after eruption of teeth in recent years has increased significantly; enamel erosion amounted to 47.2%, wedge-shaped defects (WSD) in 19.3%, excessive attrition of teeth, 21.8%, and dentin hyperesthesia 67.3% [1-3]. The prosperous future of a person is determined by the state of the emotional aspect of an individualís health, which may be of scientific interest [4]. The presence of emotional stress affects negatively the quality of medical care, including dental service. The problem of diagnosis, treatment and prevention of noncarious diseases continues to be one of the relevant objectives of modern dentistry [1]. Normally, a person and the environment are in balance, but under the influence of stress, the homeostasis is disturbed, which may influence general health as well as dental health leading adverse effects on circadian dysfunction. A significant increase of the information received daily, social networks, the development of artificial intelligence, an augment of requirements in professional activity, which are accompanied by a reduction in inter-personal contacts and a violation of the regime of work and rest, affect human health negatively [5]. It leads to the formation and development of psychic tension, which increases the risks of developing various pathologies of human organs and systems leading to circadian dysfunction [6]. Emotional stress and lack of mastication are known to predispose circadian dysfunction. The goal of this research is to establish the correlation between the prevalence and severity of wedge-shaped defects and electromyography indicators of the masticatory muscles in patients in the state of emotional stress. 


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