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Ask The Orthodontist Commuoitq

"How Do You Choose an Orthodontist?"

Mazel Toy!

There are numerous factors in choosing an orthodontist.
Number one on your list should be someone who is going to
treat your son or daughter as if they were their own. Someone
who is kind, caring and truly loves kids.

You should set up a consultation with the orthodontist, which
should be done at no charge. Then see how your child responds
to the orthodontist and allow input in the decision from your
son & daughter. Be sure that the orthodontist talks to both
you, and your son or daughter, and-answers any questions
Neslon Hersh
that either of you may have. Have your child talk at school
DDS, MS
to see what other children in braces say about where they
Licensed Specialist
recommend going.

New Arrivals

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June 25

Marianne (Milgrom) and Robert

Bloomberg of Farmington Hills joy-
fully announce the birth of their son,
William Leo (Mataan Levi). Will was
welcomed home with lots of love by
big sister Allison Sabrina, 3 1 /2. Very
happy grandparents are Jacqueline
and Myron Milgrom of Southfield
and Phyllis and Arnold Serlin of West
Bloomfield. William is blessed by
love and affection of his great-grand-
mother Belle Dubrinsky of West
Bloomfield. William Leo is named in
loving memory of his paternal great-
great-grandmother Mollie Burstein
and his maternal great-grandmother
Lillian Pushkin.

Experience is also very important. Be sure that the orthodontist has successful
experiences with all types of cases. It usually takes years to develop and fine tune
skills for quality and consistent results. Location must be convenient for you, as you
will be scheduling appointments every month or so. The fees must within reason-
able and customary levels and hopefully the office has "patient friendly" payment .
arrangements.

Hopefully the office has one orthodontist so you get consistent treatment with one
philosophy. An owner orthodontist of the office will be "around" for follow-up care
and is not replaced periodically. Check out the office to ensure up-to-date technology,
on-time scheduling, and happy kids that are there. Hopefully the orthodontist has
one office location so if emergencies arise they can be taken care of promptly
and conveniently.

To find out more information, just call our office at 360-7700 or schedule a
complimentary consultation at 8362 Richardson, on the border of
West Bloomfield/Commerce.

Nelson (Nick) Hersh
DDS, MS

Licensed Specialist

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June 25
Alice Keimweiss and Jeffrey Weiss of
New York City are thrilled to
announce the birth of their identical
twin sons, Oliver Weil (Yaakov
Moshe) and Samuel Albert (Chayim
Yisroel). Proud grandparents are
Leslie and Avra Weiss of West,
Bloomfield and Richard and Virginia
Keim of New York. Also sharing in
their joy are great-grandmothers Ruth
Coblentz and Elizabeth Weiss of
Southfield. Oliver is named in loving
memory of his paternal great-great-
grandfather Jacob Morris Coblentz
and maternal great-grandmother
Alice Weil Keim. Samuel is named in
loving memory of his paternal great-
grandfather Sandor Weiss and his
maternal great-grandfather Albert
Chambers.

June 17
Paula (Gottlieb) and Jeffrey Lynn of
Commerce Township are elated to
announce the birth of their second
miracle, Mari Ella (Mara Eliana).
Welcoming Mari home with love is
big brother Brendan Lewis, 18
months. Sharing in their happiness
are grandparents Pam and Chuck
Gottlieb of Wolverine Lake and Dr.
Norman and DeeDee Lynn of West
Bloomfield. Also sharing in their joy
are great-grandparents Dorothy Lynn
and George and Gerry Barr, all of
Southfield. Mari Ella is named in lov-
ing memory of her paternal great-
grandfather Morris Lynn, maternal
great-great-grandfather Morris
Carpenter and maternal great-grand-
mother Evelyn Carpenter.

June 14
Karen (Merkle) and Michael
Finkelstein of West Bloomfield are

thrilled to announce the birth of
their daughter, Alexandra Kate
(Ariella Sara). Sharing in their happi-
ness are proud grandparents Linda
and Richard Merlde of West
Bloomfield and Sheri and Albert
Finkelstein of Chesterfield, Mo.
Excited great-grandparents are Helen
and Ivan Kenis of Boca Raton, Fla.
Alexandra Kate is named in loving
memory of her maternal great-grand-
mother Alice Berkower and her
paternal great-grandmother Sally
Finkelstein.

June 10
Cheryl (Boykansky) and Milton
Kovinsky of Huntington Woods are
thrilled to announce the birth of
their daughter, Hannah Rachel
(Brina Rivka). Sharing in their joy
are grandparents Dr. Stanley and
Sandra Boykansky of Bloomfield
Hills and Skip and Brenda Kovinsky
of Windsor, Ontario. Excited great-
grandparents are Sylvia and Alex
Kraft of Farmington Hills. Hannah
Rachel is named in loving memory
of her paternal great-grandmother
Betty Kovinsky.

June 10
Alicia (Erlich) and Dr. Andrew
Russman of Beachwood, Ohio, for-
merly of Farmington Hills, are
delighted to announce the.birth of
their daughter, Rebecca Gabrielle
(Binyamina Golda). Sharing in their
happiness are grandparents Ivajean
and Milton Erlich of Commerce
Township and Elaine and Paul
Russman of Southfield. Rebecca is
the great-granddaughter of Sarah and
Martin Switzer and Gertrude Erlich,
all of Southfield. She is named in
loving memory of her paternal great-
uncle Burton (Buddy) Tanzman and
her maternal great-great-aunt
Gertrude Grushky.

June 8
Cary and Amy (Weiner) Stein of
Northbrook, Ill., welcome with
much joy the birth of their daughter,
Katie Elyse (Shoshana Gitel).
Welcoming home his new sister is
big brother Jeremy, 2 1 /2. Excited
grandparents are Sheila and Harold
Guz of Boynton Beach, Fla., Jerry
and Susan Weiner of West
Bloomfield and Mike and Jeanne
Stein of Northbrook. Also sharing in
the nachos is great-grandfather Irvin
Forman. Katie is named after her
beloved great-grandmothers Katie
Forman, Elsie Weiner, Erma
Ginsberg and Rose Stein.

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