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Ask The Orthodontist
Elastics, also known as Rubber Bands
Orthodontic elastics are small special "rubber bands" that are
attached to braces by patients. They come in different sizes
depending upon why they are needed.
The purpose of elastics is to move teeth into their proper
places. In doing so, elastics can correct an over-bite, make
room for crowded teeth, help relate the upper and lower
jaws together, or help in settling the process to achieve an Nelson Hersh DDS, MS
ideal fit or "mesh" of the teeth. Orthodontic elastics are a
great help to your treatment because of the neat things
they can do for your teeth; especially since they can reduce the time you spend in
braces. However, remember not all cases need elastics and your orthodontist will tell
you Whether your case requires them.
Teeth move only when pressure is placed on them. This is why we find when elastics
are removed, even for a short time, the teeth may stop moving and may even back
track. For this reason, part time wear will result in little or no movement at all and
thus increase the time that braces are on the teeth. Therefore, it is essential that your
elastics be worn all the time. You should ask your orthodontist if elastics should be
worn during eating. If an elastic breaks or loses its elasticity, replace it right away.
You will want to keep a pack of elastics with you.
There is usually little, to no change in speech. You may have some sensitivity to
your teeth as they first get used to the pressure. This will usually last several days
and then go away completely. When patients use their elastics according to our
recommendations, we as a team have excellent success.
For more information you may call our office at 248 360 7700 in West Bloomfield /
Nelson (Nick) Hersh
DDS, MS 41411060W io
oger and Sheryl Young of
Commerce Township and
Stephen and Lyn Weber of
West Bloomfield are delighted to
announce the engagement of their
daughter Stefani Robin Weber to
Brent David Nieb, son of David and
Sharon Nieb of Snellville, Ga.
Stefani holds a degree in liberal arts
and is completing a degree in early
Brent is a graduate of Albion
College and is the senior staff
accountant for the Guardian Alarm
A September wedding is planned at
Addison Oaks near Rochester.
eith and Marian (Meisner)
McClellan of Oak Park, in
memory of Anthony Meisner,
are pleased to join with Jeffrey and
Barbara Thomas of Louisville, Ky., in
announcing the engagement of their
children Andrew Edward Meisner and
Johnna Marie Thomas.
Johnna is a full-time student, who
also operates her own small business in
Birmingham. She will attend Wayne ,
State University this fall in pursuit of a
degree in business.
Andy serves in the Michigan House
of Representatives and is pursuing his
law degree in the evening at University
The couple plans to wed in the spring
ebbie and Dennis Silber of
West Bloomfield and Boca
Raton, Fla., are thrilled to
announce the engagement of their
daughter Jodi Beth Silber to Kenneth
Scott Korotkin, both of Atlanta, Ga.
Ken is the son of Sandy and Harvey
Korotkin of Lexington, Mass., and Bal
Jodi received her bachelor of arts
degree in marketing from Michigan
State University and is employed by
1--IPI Direct Identity Solutions in Atlanta
as a brand-marketing specialist.
Ken earned his bachelor of arts degree
in marketing from Northeastern
University and a master's degree in
accountancy from Bentley College; both
schools are in Boston. Ken is a CPA
working for the General Electric Co. in
Atlanta, working as a manager of
A summer wedding is planned.