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April 11, 2003 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-04-11

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Bar/Bat Mitzvah

Joseph David Unger
of West Bloomfield
will be called to the
Torah as a bar mitz-
vah on Saturday,
April 12, at Temple
Kol Ami. He is the
son of Renee and
Rick Unger and
brother of Brian, Scott, Michelle,
Samantha and Emily. Proud grand-

mothers are Sybil Einstandig and
Shirlee Unger. He is also the grand-
son of the .late Newton Einstandig
and the late Joseph Unger.
An honor student at Orchard
Lake Middle School in West
Bloomfield, Joey is on the wrestling
team. He also enjoys spending sum-
mers at Tamarack Camps. His mitz-
vah projects included helping with
the book labeling for Spoties Club
and at Temple Kol Ami, housing
the homeless.

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FELDMAN-REICH

oni and Alan Feldman are
delighted to announce the
engagement of their daughter ,
Lauren Hanna to Steven John
Reich, son of Judy and John Reich of
Clinton Township.
Lauren earned her degree in business
administration from Michigan State
University and is employed as a territory
business manager for Bristol Meyers
Squibb Pharmaceuticals.
Steven earned his degrees in both
sports medicine and exercise physiology
from Central Michigan University and is
employed as a specialty business manager
for Sanofi-Synthelabo Pharmaceuticals.
A May wedding is planned at the
Mariott Centerpoint Hotel in Pontiac.

IT

DAVIS-STARR

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r. and Mrs. Sheldon
Kaye of Farmington
Hills and Dr. Steven
Starr of Atlanta, Ga., are
thrilled to announce the engagement of
their son Jared S. Starr to Ali Davis,
daughter of Mrs. Connie Cohen of
White Plains, N.Y., and Mr. and Mrs.
Mark Davis of San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Jared earned his bachelor's degree in
finance from the University of Indiana
in Bloomington and is working in com-
mercial real estate development for T-
JAC Inc. in Hato Rey, Puerto Rico.
Ali received her bachelor's degree in
history from the University of
Pennsylvania in Philadelphia and is
working as an events coordinator at the
Ritz-Carlton Club in San Juan.
A May wedding is planned at the
Ritz-Carlton Hotel in San Juan.

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How to care for your braces - part 1

More adults and children are getting braces than ever
before. It's important, when you are in the care of an ortho-
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and take care of your braces. Be sure to brush and floss
often and don't eat any of the foods that can break your
brackets off. Even kids can be responsible for keeping their
braces in good condition and clean.
The most important factor in keeping your teeth and gums
healthy during orthodontic treatment is brushing and floss- Nelson Hersh
DDS, MS
ing. The American Association of Orthodontics recom-
mends that you brush and floss your teeth after every meal Licensed Specialist
and before you go to bed. It is important to keep the teeth clean because food
can get caught in the braces and cavities will form. If needed an orthodontist
will prescribe a 4 % fluoride gel to brush with, to strengthen teeth even fur-
ther and help to avoid cavities.
Some- children and teenagers do not like to brush their teeth, however, if they
do not brush their teeth it can have disastrous results. Food will get caught
in their braces and their breath will smell awful. Serious decay may occur
and possibly even gum disease. Encourage children with braces to brush
often.
Your orthodontist and all the orthodontic technicians will instruct you on
how to clean the braces. Use a regular toothbrush first and brush normally.
Some orthodontists give out special toothbrushes to reach hard to get spots
like the bottlebrush that goes under the wire and between brackets to scrub
where your toothbrush won't. Other cleaning tools. you might want to get
are; waterpik, interdental brushes, electric toothbrush, rubber tips, floss-
threaders, just to name a few.
For more information please call our office at 248-360-7700 in West
Bloomfield / Commerce Township.

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