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Sports Dentistry compares Templates to Mouthguards and illustrates their importance in all sports.

Sports Dentistry compares Templates to Mouthguards and illustrates their importance in all sports.

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  • 1. OCCLUSIONGOOD ----------------- EUSTRESS BAD -------------------DISTRESS FOR WHOLE BODY POSTURE PHYSIOLOGY DYNAMIC FUNCTIONS
  • 2. WHY DOES OCCLUSION CAUSE EUSTRESS OR DISTRESS? A. MECHANICAL FACTORS B. PHYSIOLOGICAL FACTORS
  • 3. MECHANICAL FACTORS1. BITE2. GUZAY’S QUADRANT THEOREM FORCES AXIS---X & Y LEVERS3.DISC DISPLACED RUPTURED4. COMPRESSION PRYAMUS BONE CERVICAL VERTEBRAE
  • 4. PHYSIOLOGICAL FACTORS 1. MUSCLES 2. SENSORY- AFFERENT MUSCLE SPINDLES GOLGI TENDONS EXTEROCEPTORS 3. CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM CORTEX BRAINSTEM 4. MOTOR- EFFERENT ALPHA- GAMMA AUTONOMIC N.S. 5. PSYCHOSOMATICS
  • 5. SPORTS DENTISTRY
  • 6. SPORTS DENTISTRYPROTECTION- OF DENTAL STRUCTURES WITH PROPERLY DESIGNED MOUTHGUARDPHYSIOLOGICAL- ENHANCEMENT OF ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE THROUGH PROPER SUPPORT OF JAWS AND TEETH
  • 7. COMPONENTS OFATHLETIC PERFORMANCE 1. BALANCE 2. AGILITY 3. STENGTH 4. POWER ALL INTER-RELATED TOENDURANCE-SUSTAINED WORK
  • 8. ARCHERY HIKING SAILINGBADMINTON HORSEBACK SKATING RIDINGBASEBALL HORSESHOE SKIING PITCHING DOWNHILLBASKETBALL JOGGING SOCCERBICYCLING JUDO SQUASHBOWLING JUMPING ROPE SWIMMINGCANOEING KARATE TENNISFENCING PING PONG WALKINGFOOTBALL RACQUET BALL WATER-SKIINGGOLF ROWING WRESTLINGHANDBALL RUNNING
  • 9. PHYSICAL FITNESS PROGRAMS •Exer, Dancer, Jazzercise •Infant exercise program •Pre-natal class •After baby-aerobics • Slow beginnings • Easy exercise • Mobility classes • Swimnastics • Lap swimming
  • 10. TEMPLATEWAS NAMED BY JOHN M STENGERBASED ON CASEY M GUZAY’SQUADRANT THEOREM
  • 11. Clinical findings 37.Improvement of motor function andskills: protect from sports injury, accelerationof motor reflexes: Strength of the muscles and lightand motor reflex8. Improvement of TMJ disorder: clicking, can’t open mouth due to lock jaw, arthritis of TMJ and so on9. Leads to proper occlusion
  • 12. Back strength when openmouth
  • 13. Bitenaturally
  • 14. Bite the stick
  • 15. Grip Strength-- Right
  • 16. Grip Strength-- Left
  • 17. Back Strength
  • 18. Back Press
  • 19. Vertical Jump
  • 20. Bench Press
  • 21. Whole Body Reaction Time
  • 22. Whole Body Reaction Time
  • 23. Effects of the Template on Physical Ability
  • 24. Effects of the Template on Physical Ability