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Ask The Orthodontist

Philosophy and Extended Purpose
of Orthodontics

Arthur Cole.
Attending West
Hills Middle
School in
Bloomfield Hills
where she is an
honor student,
Jaclyn plans, as
part of her mitzvah
Cole
experience, to cut
her hair and donate
it to Locks of Love. In addition, she
donated funds to the Humane Society
and volunteered by serving dinner
and playing bingo with the homeless
through Covenant Church.

*

Marisa Danielle Horn, daughter of
Julie Horn and Larry Horn and sister
of Nikki, will be called to the Torah as
a bat mitzvah Saturday, Sept. 10, at
Temple Shir
Shalom. She is the
granddaughter of
Esta and Eddie
Bloom and Beverly
and Zal Horn.
Marisa is an
honor student at
Orchard Lake
Middle School in
Horn
West Bloomfield.
Her mitzvah proj-
ects involved volunteering to help on
a soccer team for students with special
needs, participating in a peer pals pro-
gram at school, adopting a family in
need during the holidays and walking
the track during Relay for Life.

Alysa Nicole Levine, daughter of
Ronna and Douglas Levine and broth-
er Daniel, will celebrate her bat mitz-
vah as she reads from the Torah
Saturday, Sept. 10, at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek
Southfield. She is
the granddaughter
of Lois and
Seymour Levine,
David and Barbara
Rubinstein, grand-
mother Barbara
Rubinstein and
great-granddaughter
Levine
of Ida Rubinstein.
Alysa attends
Bloomfield Hills Middle School. For
her mitzvah project, she hand crafted
beaded bracelets, which she sold,
donating the proceeds to Magen David
Adorn, Israel's national medical emer-
gency and ambulance organization.

Brandon Joel Lonnerstater will cele-
brate his bar mitzvah as he reads from
the Torah Saturday, Sept. 10, at Adat

Shalom Synagogue. He is the son of
Diane and Brian Lonnerstater and
brother of
Matthew, Shelby
and Jared. Proud
grandparents are
Sheila and Marty
Lederman and
Shirley
Lonnerstater. He is
also the grandson
of the late Henry
Lonnerstater
Lonnerstater.
Brandon is an
honor student at Walled Lake Middle
School. His mitzvah projects included
stocking and disttibuting food at Yad
Ezra in Berkley and volunteering with
JARC residents.

Aaron Michael LoPatin will be called
to the Torah as a bar mitzvah Friday,
Sept. 9, at Temple Shir Shalom. He
will be joined by his parents, Carol
and Norman LoPatin, and sister
Rachael. He is the
grandson of
Florence LoPatin of
Bloomfield Hills
and the late
Lawrence LoPatin.
He is also the
grandson of Doris
and Lynn Ehrle of
Plymouth.
LoPatin
Aaron is an
honor student at
Abbott Middle School in West
Bloomfield. As part of his mitzvah
projects, he volunteered for the
Detroit Summer in the City and at
Oakland Food Bank.

Zachary Aaron Menken will celebrate
his bar mitzvah as he reads from the
Torah Saturday, Sept. 10, at Temple
Beth El. He is the son of Francine and
Steven Menken and brother of Dayna.
Proud grandparents
are Sara and Sidney
Kay and Dorsey
Menken. He is also
the grandson of the
late Daniel
Menken.
Zachary attends
Walled Lake
Middle School,
where he is an
Menken
honor student. His
mitzvah projects
included volunteering at the Henry &
Delia Meyers Library at the Jewish
Community Center in West
Bloomfield, where he assisted in
updating computer software, volun-

BNAI

MITZVAH

Orthodontists should do much more than straighten
people's teeth. A mission statement or objective that I
ascribe to in my practice is as follows: Dr. Hersh and his
staff are committed to enhancing the quality of life for
those people who choose to come to us for their
orthodontic health care. This includes excellence in our
Nelson Hersh DDS, MS
orthodontic results. Equally 'as important we are
Licensed Specialist
committed to the creation of an environment that is
open, friendly and a fun place to be. When someone
leaves our office, we want him or her to feel better about themselves. We treat
every child as if they were our own. We are honored and privileged to be able to
enhance one's life.

It is important to remember that this applies to both children and adults even
though our practice is 85% children. We feel successful in our treatment, when
our patient smiles more, is happier and has greater confidence and self-esteem.
This is illustrated by the following short story. We had a young lady who at 11 or
12 was not happy or smiling very often. We were able to be positive influence
upon her life and she at the conclusion of orthodontists was an extroverted,
happy, smiling person. She unfortunately passed away but her parents told me
that her last few years were very happy, and that she frequently commented that
her smile was one of her assets, and she enjoyed smiling and was truly happy.

A plaque was placed in my office that reads "A hundred years from now it will
not matter what ones bank account was, the sort of house one lived in, or the
kind of car driven...but the world may be a better place and different because I,
or you were important in the life of a child.

Nelson (Nick) Hersh
DDS, MS

Licensed Specialist

248.926.4100

2300 Haggerty Rd. • Suite 1160

4 44 114 0 0 .-

West Bloomfield

1018240

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