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The study was conducted to assess the clinical, functional and biochemical state of the oral cavity in children and adolescents with dentoalveolar anomalies against the background of bronchial asthma. A comprehensive epidemiological examination was carried out in 225 children and adolescents, divided into two groups. The main group of 180 included patients with dentoalveolar anomalies and deformity, suffering from bronchial asthma, and the Control group of 45 patients without somatic pathology. Both groups were divided into age categories 6-9 years old, 10-13 years old and 14-18 years old. In the course of clinical research, the state of hard tissues of the tooth, periodontal tissues and the oral mucosa, as well as the frequency of dentoalveolar anomalies and deformities, the level of oral hygiene were studied.