Sports Dentistry

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

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Sports Dentistry

  1. 1. OCCLUSIONGOOD ----------------- EUSTRESS BAD -------------------DISTRESS FOR WHOLE BODY POSTURE PHYSIOLOGY DYNAMIC FUNCTIONS
  2. 2. WHY DOES OCCLUSION CAUSE EUSTRESS OR DISTRESS? A. MECHANICAL FACTORS B. PHYSIOLOGICAL FACTORS
  3. 3. MECHANICAL FACTORS1. BITE2. GUZAY’S QUADRANT THEOREM FORCES AXIS---X & Y LEVERS3.DISC DISPLACED RUPTURED4. COMPRESSION PRYAMUS BONE CERVICAL VERTEBRAE
  4. 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. 5. SPORTS DENTISTRY
  6. 6. SPORTS DENTISTRYPROTECTION- OF DENTAL STRUCTURES WITH PROPERLY DESIGNED MOUTHGUARDPHYSIOLOGICAL- ENHANCEMENT OF ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE THROUGH PROPER SUPPORT OF JAWS AND TEETH
  7. 7. COMPONENTS OFATHLETIC PERFORMANCE 1. BALANCE 2. AGILITY 3. STENGTH 4. POWER ALL INTER-RELATED TOENDURANCE-SUSTAINED WORK
  8. 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. 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. 10. TEMPLATEWAS NAMED BY JOHN M STENGERBASED ON CASEY M GUZAY’SQUADRANT THEOREM
  11. 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. 12. Back strength when openmouth
  13. 13. Bitenaturally
  14. 14. Bite the stick
  15. 15. Grip Strength-- Right
  16. 16. Grip Strength-- Left
  17. 17. Back Strength
  18. 18. Back Press
  19. 19. Vertical Jump
  20. 20. Bench Press
  21. 21. Whole Body Reaction Time
  22. 22. Whole Body Reaction Time
  23. 23. Effects of the Template on Physical Ability
  24. 24. Effects of the Template on Physical Ability

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