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  • PRESENTI COME ESPOSITORI
    01-02 DICEMBRE 2017

    19º Congresso Nazionale SIOI
    Palazzo dei Congressi - Via Giacomo Matteotti, 1 - PISA

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SPORTS MOUTHGUARDS - What is indispensable to know

FANTOZZI F.

180 pages • 456 color illustrations

ISBN 978-88-7572-145-9

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Fabio FANTOZZI

Fabio Fantozzi, Dental Technician, was born in Ascoli Piceno on March 17, 1970, and graduated from the I.P.S.I.A., San Benedetto del Tronto in 1990. He totally dedicated himself to orthodontics, participating in numerous courses and meetings, throughout Italy and abroad, following the teachings of well-known professionals. In 1991 he became an ordinary member of C.R.O.N.-O.M. (National Centre Orthodontic Research – Jaws Orthopaedists), then, in 1994, he was appointed member of the National Board of Directors. In the same year, after founding the Orthofan ™ Orthodontic Laboratory, of which he is the owner, he became a member of the GTO (National Association of Orthodontic Technicians) and then Territorial Head for the Marche, Abruzzo, and Molise regions. At the end of the same year he participated in the international competition “Golden Pliers” organized by Ortec Club, ranking 5th in the “Golden Screw” award, with the display of a bi-maxillary functional appliance from the Dutch school: the Ducovator. He is the author of over 40 technical articles, published in various journals of his field and in Internet, including some on sport mouthguards.

In May 1996 he was elected National Vice-President of GTO and Coordinator of the Regional Delegates for the three years ’96, ’97, ’98. Creator of T.O.M. systematic (Transbrackets Orthofan Method), I.P.A. (Indirect Positioning Arches) and E.C.S. (Etched Control System). Speaker at numerous International Congresses CRON-OM: in São Paulo, Brazil, in 1996 and 2000, in Guayaquil, Ecuador, in 1997 and 2001, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1998, in Rome in 1999 and 2007, in Marrakech and Casablanca, Morocco, in 2002, 2008 and 2013, in Isla de Margarita, Venezuela, in 2005, in Bucharest, Romania, in 2006, and in Dijon, France, in 2012. Speaker at other conferences in Martinique, Antilles, in 2003; in France, at EEDP (European Exposition Dentaire Paris) in Paris, in 2004; at OTA (Orthodontic Technician Society), in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 2007; at GK, in Harz, Germany, in 2010. In May 1997 at the XI Interregional Congress of the Dental Disciplines a work on “Transbrackets Orthofan Method” was presented by Prof. Sampalmieri, by Dr. Morgioni and Dr. Lamarca. Speaker at various meetings, conventions and congresses throughout Italy and in many countries abroad. Elected National President of GTO for the 1999-2001 period, he declined the appointment. In 1998 he founded the “Orthofan Orthodontic Stages”, of which he is Scientific Director and in which theoretical and practical courses for Dental Technicians and clinical courses are held by outstanding internationally known speakers.

In August 2001 he became member at large of ORTEC Club (Association of Italian Orthodontic Technicians). He is authorized by Micerium S.p.A. to give courses on the customized lingual orthodontics system “Harmony” and on designing and manufacturing of the Distal Jet, following which the company enables the participants to purchase preformed kits. Teacher of ‘Orthodontic laboratory techniques’ in the Specialty Program in Orthodontics at the 2nd level Master in orthodontic and gnathologic therapy at the University of l’Aquila in 2003. Since 2009 he has been Adjunct Professor of Laboratory Methodologies II at the University of Trieste. Since 2010 he has been the orthodontic technician speaker of ISO (Institute of Dental Studies), Leone S.p.A., Florence. Since 2011 member of AIOT (Italian Academy Technical Orthodontics). In 2013 he was appointed by the Brazilian inventor JR Ramos, exclusive official Certifier for laboratories across Europe for the fabrication of the OdontoApneia™ device. Member of SIOS, since 2013, he held a video conference at the eighth National Congress, presenting the production of an individually customized mouthguard, with materials of the latest generation.

Registered in the list of Technical Consultants (CTU) of the Court of Teramo in the category of dental technicians. Scientific director of the website www.ortodonzia.com. Registered in the list of Experts Class XI, sub. No. 28 of the Chamber of Commerce of Teramo. Author of the book “Orthodontic Technique”, published by Edi Hermes in 2013. He has lectured in orthodontic technique at the Universities of Messina, Siena, Trieste, Perugia and L’Aquila. Orthodontic technician chosen for the stages of the 3rd area of IPSIA in San Benedetto del Tronto He held theoretical and practical courses in several Italian cities and in the schools for Dental Technicians in Pescara, San Benedetto del Tronto (AP), and Matelica (MC).

Presentation

I read with great interest the volume by Fabio Fantozzi that offers a comprehensive, detailed and documented overview of the complex and extensive topic of dental protection in sport. The topic is of great importance for the physical and psychological integrity of sportspeople, because epidemiological data leave no doubt: a growing trend in the number and severity of injuries, especially in the younger segments of the population, to the point of reaching the relevance of a real public health problem.

As evidence of the importance, even social, of Dental Traumatology, with particular regard to the growth age, also the Ministry of Health spoke on this topic, promoting the divulgation of the Guidelines for prevention and clinical management of dental traumas, prepared from a pool of reliable experts. Prevention is the ‘high road’ especially if we consider that the clinical management of dental traumas is often inadequate. Data from the literature indeed indicate that only a very low percentage of the operators, even less than 5%, is able to perform an appropriate initial treatment, while it is known that the resulting injuries can cause serious damage and their consequences can extend to throughout the life. In the part of the ministerial Guidelines dedicated to primary prevention in sports environment there is a specific reference to protective devices “... it is appropriate that the staff of the sports centers advice mouthguards and / or facial masks depending on the type of sports activity, informing the subject about the long-term benefits of such safety devices (Levin et al., 2012; Çaglar et al., 2010; Çetinbas et al., 2008).”

A recommendation that leaves no doubt about the need for the professional to be updated, to be able to provide the most appropriate advice and clinical care required to the growing number of his patients who practice sports.

In this perspective, this work represents the ideal support; full of checklists, construction protocols, clinical examples, it is very pleasant to read as well as a guide of great practical utility, supported by an iconography of high quality. To the characteristics common to products coming from the hands of qualified technicians, such as effectiveness, efficiency, safety of use and reasonable cost, in this case we should add another one ... some of the works presented in this work are real artworks!.

Dr. Claudio Lanteri
2014 President of SIDO

Introduction

The use of mouthguards in sports, considered as non dangerous, does not have any relevance but, data and statistics of numerous hospitals and sports clubs, state and prove the opposite. More and more frequently, in fact, traumas affect the face and especially the area of the masticatory organ: teeth, skeletal structures, such as maxilla and mandible and temporomandibular joint. It is necessary to know that the teeth should be protected and that the means of protection should be sufficiently adequate to the type of practiced sport. The information on the issue is really defective and on the other hand, there is a great lack of knowledge on the part of many athletes and sportsmen of all categories, amateur or professional, about the substantial difference between mouthguards of preformed type and mouthguards of individual custom made type. In this text, particular emphasis is given to the study of comparisons and differences between marketed mouthguards, sold in sporting goods stores and/or on internet and mouthguards individually custom made by dental laboratories based on the prescription of a dentist.

An inappropriate choice of this device, not only does not protect from accidental more or less violent impacts, but worsens the condition of the sport practice and the athlete’s mouth, because the jaw is not ensured by a stable and firm position on closure and the sportsperson, to firmly and steadly hold the mouthguard, has to keep teeth and mouth closed tight.

This situation impairs breathing during shortness of breath and, by necessity, breathing has to occur through the mouth. The flow and the amount of air are so great that, immediate oxygen intake is obtained exclusively by mouth breathing. Despite this, the free fall of the mouthguard impedes conversation with teammates, diverts attention and concentration in the activity that is taking place.

The purpose of this book is to create an informative and practical handbook on dental protection during sports. It is of great aid for dentists, for doctors who are involved with sports medicine, for dental technicians and finally for athletes and sports clubs, so that they can get to know the real risk involved in traumas to the mouth, temporomandibular joints and skull, that at any time endangers those who practice all kinds of sports, especially during workouts when the concentration is lower.

We must not forget that insurance companies do not compensate damages caused to teeth and surrounding structures during sports activities, if at the time of the impact the mouthguard was not worn.

Index

Presentation
(Dr. Claudio Lanteri)

Introduction

1 - The mouthguard: an unknown world to sportspeople

1.1 Traumas to anterior teeth in several sports: a case series
(Dr. Guido Bellabona)

Introduction

Clinical case 1

Clinical case 2

Clinical case 3

Clinical case 4

1.2 The rescue box SOS Zahnbox

References

 

2 - Marketed mouthguards

2.1 Marketed non customizable mouthguards

2.2 Marketed customizable mouthguards

References

 

3 - Individual customized mouthguards

3.1 Monolaminar individual customized mouthguard

3.2 Multilaminar individual customized mouthguard

3.3 Opro mouthguards

3.4 Characteristics of individual customized mouthguards

References

 

4 - Erkodent mouthguards

4.1 Play safe mouthguards

4.2 The pendulum hit test of the University of Tubingen

4.3 The Playsafe triple mouthguard

4.4 Comparison between Playsafe triple and Playsafe heavy-pro

References

 

5 - Dreve mouthguards
(Technician Paolo Filipponi, Technician Fabio Fantozzi)

5.1 Introduction to Dreve mouthguards

5.2 Conclusions

References

 

6 - Scheu-Dental mouthguards
(Technician Michele Iannotta, Technician Stefano Righini, Technician Fabio Fantozzi)

6.1 Technical specifications

6.2 Thermoforming machines

6.3 Manufacturing of the mouthguard

6.4 Polishing

References

 

7 - Mouthguard: scientific evidence of the theory and the practice
(Dr. Regina Queiroz, Laboratory technician Fabio Fantozzi, Lucas Queiroz Caponi)

7.1 Literature review

7.2 History of the use of mouthguards

7.3 When to prescribe a mouthguard

7.4 Why mouthguards are not worn

7.5 Classification of mouthguards

7.6 Levels of protection

7.7 Mouthguards: from theory to practice

7.8 Clinical case

7.9 Clinical protocol to fabricate a mouthguard

7.10 Technical fabrication by the laboratory

7.11 Clinical evaluation of patient with mouthguard

7.12 How to wear, store and disinfect

7.13 Storage and maintenance

7.14 Disinfection

7.15 Conclusions

References

 

8 - The news on the latest generation of mouthguards

References

 

9 - I numeri dello sport italiano
(a cura del CONI)

Presentazione

Introduzione

9.1 Lo Sport olimpico

9.2 La pratica sportiva in Italia

9.3 Il movimento sportivo del CONI

9.4 Integrazione delle fonti

 

10 - I numeri dello sport 2012

La pratica sportiva in Italia nel 2012

10.1 Il quadro generale

10.2 Le Federazioni Sportive Nazionali e le Discipline Sportive Associate

10.3 Gli sport più diffusi

10.4 La struttura territoriale delle FSN e DSA

I dati Istat sull’attività fisico sportiva 2012

 

11 - La pratica sportiva in Italia:

statistica approfondita dall’ISTAT

Conclusions

Thanks