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March 12, 2004 - Image 69

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-03-12

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r. Barry and Renee Bean of
West Bloomfield are delighted
to announce the engagement
of their daughter Marla Lynn to Bruce
Mitchell, son of Jeffrey and Odie
Rothschild of Northbrook, Ill.
Marla received her undergraduate
degree in accounting and her master
of business administration degree
from Michigan State University. She is
a senior associate in human resources
with KPMG in Chicago.
Bruce earned his undergraduate
degree from the School of Hospitality
Business at Michigan State University.
He is the director of Global Transient
Sales for Hotel 71 in Chicago.

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A December wedding is planned at
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r. Barry and Renee Bean of
West Bloomfield are pleased
to announce the engagement
of their daughter Emily Faye Bean to
Aleksandr Fish, son of Mark and Mira
Fish of Southfield.
Emily earned her certification as a
nail technician at State College of
Beauty. She is employed as a podiatry
assistant and nail tech. Aleksandr
earned a degree in computer science
from the Jewish Institute. He is
employed at Security Consultants.
A March wedding is planned at
Temple Israel.

Certain letters not available.


Ask The Orthodontist

Braces Basics For Kids - Part I

If your mom or dad takes a look at your teeth and decides they
might be a little crooked, don't worry You have lots of company.
Lots of kids don't have perfect teeth. In fact, take a look at most
of your classmates - they probably don't have straight teeth


Sometimes teeth just don't grow in evenly. Your teeth
Nelson Hersh DDS, MS
might be crooked, or your upper and lower jaws might
Licensed Specialist
not be the same size. Whatever is going on in your mouth,
it's all called a mal-occlusion, a word that comes from Latin and means "bad bite."
You need not worry, though, an orthodontic specialist can take care of this and give
you a beautiful smile. The orthodontist can determine how best to straighten your
teeth and give you a perfect smile.



r. Barry and Renee Bean of .
West Bloomfield are pleased
to announce the engagement
of their daughter Julie Nicole to
David William, son of Dr. Barry Tigay
and Judith Kay Tigay of Bloomfield
Julie earned her bachelor of arts
degree in elementary education from
Michigan State University and is a
teacher at Doherty Elementary in
West Bloomfield.
David received his bachelor of arts
degree in philosophy from the
University of Michigan. He is employed
as an automotive analyst at
PricewaterhouseCoopers and is enrolled
in Oakland University's master of busi-
ness administration program.

There's good news for you on the braces scene. Braces are much less noticeable than
when your mom and dad were kids. Metal braces are still used, but you might be able
,4o get clear braces or braces that are the same color as your teeth. The wires that are
used in braces are also smaller and better than they used to be, and they are even
made of a space-age material that straightens teeth faster and easier.

And forget about feeling weird about all the contraptions in your mouth. Some ortho-
dontists have eliminated headgear and uncomfortable forces. The rubber bands on the
braces can be in any combination of colors to make a fashion statement. Having fun
with your braces is a great way to make the time until they come off pass faster.

For more information or a complimentary consultation, just call our office on the bor-
der of West Bloomfield/Commerce Township at 360 - 7700 and you will leave smiling.

A May wedding is planned at
Temple Israel.

Nelson (Nick) Hersh

Licensed Specialist





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