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May 09, 2003 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-05-09

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Mazel Toy!




arah Brown of Commerce
Township, Louis Brown of
Novi and Shellie and
Michael Anstandig of
Farmington Hills are excited to
announce the engagement of their
children Alissa Ellen and Bryan Scott.
Alissa earned her bachelor of arts
degree in psychology from Michigan
State University and. her master's
degree in social work from Wayne
State University. She is employed with
the Southfield Public School District.
Bryan earned his bachelor of arts
degree in marketing from Michigan
State University. He is employed as a
bank manager with Flagstar Bank.
An August wedding is planned at
the Hotel Baronette in Novi.

We love you very much because you are
always there for us!

With all our love,
Your Children
Robert & Rebecca, Craig & Andrea

and Your Grandchildren
Max, Sydni & Jenna



Ask The Orthodontist

How to care for your braces - part 3

Besides brushing, flossing is hard but is mandatory. You
can get floss threaders, but if you can slip the floss under
the wire pretty easily that is fine. Just so long as you can
floss between each tooth every day. Also it should be real-
ized that when under an orthodontist's care, the patient
should still return to the dentist for routine cleanings and


Nelson Hersh
If you have a retainer, biteplate, or another removable
appliance, scrub them with toothpaste to clean them each Licensed Specialist
day. You can use baking soda too, or an effervescent den-
ture cleaner. With the removable appliances, a common problem is breakage
or loss. Common mistakes are to wrap the appliance or retainer in a napkin
as this "hides" the appliance so it commonly gets thrown away. Also, storing
the appliance in your pocket without placing it in its case can result in the
plastic or acrylic experiencing unnecessary force, and then it can break easily
or have wires distort. This can cause teeth to move. As silly as it may seem,
if a pet is in the house, always keep or temporarily store the appliance out of
reach of the pet. Dogs especially love the scent of their family or food, and
can make a snack out of your appliance.

Even misplacing an appliance in its case can cause permanent loss in a
public place such as a school. A simple solution to assist in return of the
appliance is to put your name and phone number with a permanent marker
on the case. Many people participate in contact sports when retainers etc.
are not worn and with today's busy schedules, it is sometimes hard to trace
where the appliance may have been lost.
For more information you may call our office at 248-360-7700 in West
Bloomfield / Commerce Township.

Nelson (Nick) Hersh

5/ 9


Specialist MS

on and Cindy Wolfe of
Farmington Hills are
delighted to announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter Cortney Brett to Kyle Benjamin
Christensen, son of Marty and Laura
Seyfried of Chelsea and Darryl and
Jeanne Christensen of Ann Arbor.
Cortney received a bachelor of sci-
ence degree in biopsychology from the
University of Michigan and is pursuing
a master's degree in marriage and family
therapy from Wayne State University.
Kyle will receive his bachelor of sci-
ence degree in mathematics and sec-
ondary education from Eastern
Michigan in December. He plans to
teach math at the high school level.
A July wedding is planned at Plum
Hollow Country Club in Southfield.




111 rs. Mila Sushko of Troy
and Mr. Bogdan
Sushko of West
Bloomfield are thrilled
to announce the engagement of their
daughter Marianna to Tony, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Abels of
Farmington Hills and Mr. and Mrs.
Rick Williams of Troy.
A November wedding is planned.

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