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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-11-22

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Ask The Orthodontist

Save That Smile

One out of three boys and one out of four girls will experience

a dental injury by the time they finish high school.

Foundation in Royal Oak and at the
Cancer Society.

Ashley Jamie Maloff will be called
to the Torah as a bat mitzvah on
Saturday, Nov. 23,
at Temple Emanu-
El. She is the
daughter of
Michele and Larry
Maloff and the
granddaughter of
Geraldine
Cherney, Florence
and Leon Maloff.
She is also the
granddaughter of the late Allen
Cherney.
Ashley is a seventh-grade honor
student at Norup Middle School in
Oak Park. She is a member of
Woodstrivers in Huntington Woods,
JETS at Temple Emanu-El and
STAND at Norup. She enjoys ani-
mals, reading, horseback riding,
computers, traveling and being with
friends. Ashley found her mitzvah
projects to be very rewarding. She
volunteered at Royal Tropical,
Oakland County Health
Department, and she participated in
numerous volunteer projects through
Woodstrivers.

Alexander Lee Orman will be called
to the Torah as a bar mitzvah on
Sunday, Nov. 23,
at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek
Southfield.
Sharing in this
special occasion
will be his parents,
Susan and Daniel
Orman, and his
brother Blake.
Proud grandparents are Roslyn
Shipko of Boca Raton, Fla., and
Diana and Alan Orman of Windsor,
Ontario. Alexander is also the grand-
son of the late Leo Shipko.
Alexander is an honor student in
the eighth grade at Hillel Day
School of Metropolitan Detroit in
Farmington Hills. He has enjoyed
playing hockey for the past seven
years, being on the basketball team
at school as well as playing golf.
Among his mitzvah projects,
Alexander participated in the Dor
L'Dor program through Hillel,
helped out at the Fleischman
Residence in West Bloomfield and
visited JARC homes.

Sarah Jenny Rollins will celebrate
her bat mitzvah on Saturday, Nov.

23, at Temple Beth
El. She is the
daughter of Julie
and David Rollins
and sister of
Joshua. Her proud
grandparents are
Elaine and George
Maskin, Marvin
Rollins and Betty
Rollins.
Sarah is an eighth-grade honor
student at Power Middle School in
Farmington Hills. Her hobbies
include dancing, swimming, drama
and talking with friends on-line. She
plays clarinet in the Kidz Klez Band
of Michigan. Her most significant
mitzvah project was collecting over
500 Beanie Babies for Sweet
Dreamzzz Detroit.

Kelli Anne Rosen will be called to the
Torah as a bat mitzvah on Friday, Nov.
22, at Temple Kol Ami. She is the
daughter of Roy and Robin Rosen and
sister of Katie, Karen
and Corey. Proud
grandparents are
Fred and Evelyn
Rosen of West
Bloomfield and
Harold and Adele
Samuels of
Southfield.
Kelli is an honor
student at Warner
Middle School in Farmington Hills. She
enjoys participating in many sports, but
she particularly likes playing tennis, bas-
ketball and dancing. She attends Camp
Sea-Gull in Charlevoix and Camp
Michigania in Boyne City in the sum-
mer and also enjoys traveling with her
family. Her recent volunteer work has
included spending time with 'a special
friend through the Friendship Circle,
helping to feed the homeless and donat-
ing stuffed animals to the American Red
Magen David for Israel (Israel Red
Cross).

Ian Seth Shapiro will celebrate his bar
mitzvah Saturday, Nov. 23, at Temple
Israel. His parents are Judi Shapiro and
Jeffrey Shapiro.
Sharing in the sim-
chah will be his sis-
ter Hillary and
grandmother Judy
Shapiro. He is also
the grandchild of
the late Irwin
Shapiro and the
late Helen and
Irving Weiss.
An honor student at West Hills

An Illinois hospital study says that almost 10% of all dental
injuries are sports related. In collision sports, such as football,
hockey and boxing, the risk of injury is obvious. Athletes who
participate in these sports are required to wear protective gear.
However, in contact sports such as basketball, baseball, soft-
ball,wrestling, soccer and volleyball, protective mouth gear is Nelson Hersh
not mandatory and there appears to be little awareness of the
DDS, MS
risks of dental injury.
Licensed Specialist
Almost 12 percent of male athletes between ages 12 and 18
reported oral injuries. 32% of those were associated with football, 21% with bas-
ketball, 18% with baseball. In a survey of 1,020 Florida high-school varsity basket-
ball players, 33% reported sustaining at least one oral-facial injury during a season.
Of all basketball injuries, 34% were oral-facial.

Using mouthguards reduces injuries. Before mandatory oral-facial protection in
football (1962) 50% of all injuries in football were oral-facial. After required use of
protection, 3% of football injuries were oral-facial. It is estimated that more than
200,000 oral-facial injuries are prevented each year because of mandatory wear in
football. Properly fitted mouthguards reduce the rate of dental and jaw injuries
during sports.

Volunteer use of mouthguards in sports is rare and shows no signs of improving.
95% of coaches said they believe mouthguards prevent oral injuries, but only 16%
required mouthguard use in sports other than football. Mouthguards help prevent
injuries and should be used by all athletes that are in contact sports without excep-
tion, including those wearing braces.

For information you may call our office at 248-360-7700 in West Bloomfield /
Commerce Township.

Nelson (Nick) Hersh
DDS, MS

Licensed Specialist


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