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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-08-29

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Ask The Orthodontist

Parents and kids are continually amazed at the

modern and patient-friendly techniques

that are now routinely utilized in orthodontics.

the late R. P
Rubyan.
Esther is an eight-
grade honor student
at Abbott Middle
School in West
Bloomfield. In the
past, she has volun-
teered as a counselor
at the Beth Ahm
summer camp, at Yad Ezra in Berkley, at
Farmington Hills-based JARC and at
Fleischman Residence in West
Bloomfield.

Sarah liana Spigelman will be called to
the Torah as a bat mitzvah at
Congregation Shaarey Zedek Southfield
on Saturday, Aug. 30. She is the daughter
of Linda and Alan Spigelman and sister
of Anna and Joshua.
Proud grandparents
are Janice and
Harold Katzman,
Cynthia and Philip
Rosenblatt and Irvin
and Joan Spigelman.
Sarah is an honor
student at West Hills
Middle School in
Bloomfield Hills.
Her mitzvah projects included visiting
residents at the Jewish Federation
Apartments, providing camp items for
children attending Crohn's and Colitis
Camp, being an assistant counselor at
Camp Betman at Shaarey Zedek and
donating a garden of trees in Israel
through the Jewish National Fund.

Haley Sarah Stem, daughter of Ruth and
Owen Stern and sister of Ryan, will cele-
brate her bat mitzvah on Saturday, Aug.
30, at Temple Israel.
Her proud grandpar-
ents are Greta and
Sam Greene.
Haley is an honor
student at Abbott
Middle School in
West Bloomfield.
She found it especial-
ly meaningful to
bowl with the Special
Olympics and feed the homeless at the
Coalition On Temporary Shelter in
Detroit.

Spencer Halley Wayne will become a bat
mitzvah on Friday, Aug. 29, at
Congregation Shaarey Zedek. Spencer is
the daughter of Robin and Mitchell
Wayne and sister of Jake Wayne. Her
proud grandparents are Elaine and Stuart
Perlman and Marilyn
and Larry Wayne.
Spencer attends
Derby Middle
School in
Birmingham. Some
of her favorite mitz-
vah projects included
stuffing bears for
injured Israeli chil-
dren as part of the
Beary Special Mitzvah Project, playing
bingo with the residents of the Danto
Family Health Care Center, making food
packages for Kadima and working on the
Great Purim Parcel Project.

Discomfort has been minimized with the elimination of
heavy forces. More efficient and lighter forces with arch-
wires made of new materials have brought smiles to ortho-
dontic patients. Some wires that cause movement are tem-
perature sensitive, so patients have more control as to the
Nelson Hersh
DDS, MS
level of comfort and speed at which the teeth move. Warm
foods and mouth temperatures activate some of these Licensed Specialist
wires, while if a patient feels uncomfortable, a cold drink
brings a smile, and a meal can be enjoyed. Headgears are virtually a technique
of the past, as alternative techniques now exist. The actual braces have
become smaller, so less noticeable, with the added benefit that with the small-
er braces come lighter forces. Titanium braces are available for added comfort
or a different look. Clear braces have been improved to resist stain and are
almost invisible. Techniques such as "invisalign" are now available for adults
with mild to moderate cases, which eliminate braces but must be utilized on
select cases.

Fun and creativity can be brought into the picture as patients can now select
and change colors used for braces monthly. With the school season here, you
may see kids choosing their school colors. You may even choose glow in the
dark colors and there may be as many as 70 colors to choose from at each
appointment.

Retainers are also more fun as we offer from any color, decal or design, to clear
that looks like an invisalign or bleaching trays, depending upon the individ-
ual situation.

If you would like any additional information, please feel comfortable to con-
tact our office at 248-360-7700, which is located on the border of West
Bloomfield and Commerce Township.

Nelson (Nick) Hersh
DDS, MS

Licensed Specialist


4110(101141W

79470

248.356.6000
wwwioecornell.com



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ee and Elaine Weinstein and
Davee Hillenberg of West
Bloomfield are delighted to
announce the engagement of their
daughter Mikki Lynn to Ivan Joseph,
son of Stewart and Rochelle Frank of
West Bloomfield and Sarah Frank of
Altamonte Springs, Fla.
Mikki received her bachelor of arts
degree in psychology from the
University of Michigan and is employed
in the area of meeting and event plan-
ning for BSC Management in Los
Angeles.
Ivan received his bachelor's degree in
business administration from the
University of Michigan and a master's of
business administration from UCLA.
He is employed in advertising and pro-
motions as vice president of business

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A wedding is planned at Temple
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2003

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