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The Detroit Jewish News, 2007-11-15

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Sierra Stone

Sierra is a sev-
enth-grader at the
Roeper School in
Birmingham. Among
her mitzvah projects,
she helped collect
sweaters and sweat-
shirts for the TLC
program (Tender
Loving Care), a fos-

ter care project.

Ryan Zachary
Tikey will be called
to the Torah as a bar
mitzvah on Friday,
Nov. 16, at Temple
Emanu El in Oak
Park. He is the son
of Linda Kretchmer-
Tikey and Barry
Tikey. Sharing in the
joy of his bar mitz-
vah will be his grandparents Claire
and Arthur Kretchmer and younger
brother Blaine. He is also the great-
grandson of the late Harry and the late
Jewel Kretchmer and the late Roger
and the late Eleanor Ettlinger.
Ryan is an eighth-grade student at
Emerson Middle School in Livonia.
For one mitzvah project, he helped the
National Council of Jewish Women
with projects, including Backpacks for
the Homeless.

Jane Alexandra
Ziecik of Bloomfield
Hills will become
a bat mitzvah at
Temple Beth El
in Bloomfield
Township on Friday,
Nov. 16. She is the
daughter of Carol
and Michael Ziecik
and sister of Lacey and Cooper. Proud
grandparents are Beverly and Merton
Segal of Bloomfield Hills and Loretta
Ziecik of Bloomfield Hills.
Jane is a seventh-grader at Detroit
Country Day School in Beverly Hills.


More B'nai Mitzvah
• Congregation Shaarey Zedek
West Bloomfield, B'nai Israel Center
— Annie Irene Jacobson, daugh-
ter of Robin and Lenny Jacobson
• Temple Beth El
Mark Jacob
Tarnowsky, son of Carol and Steven
Tarnowsky (Saturday).
• Temple Emanu El Roqhaelle
Parr Besemer, daughter of Aric Parr
and Deita Besemer (Saturday).
•Temple Shir Shalom
Sessel, daughter of Kelly and Maurice
Sessel (Saturday).

Many people particularly children, habitually bite or suck thel
upper or lower lips. As a chronic or constant problem, thi
leaves lip biters with dry, chapped, swollen lips and often
characteristic red ring around their mouths. This habit can also
result in the upper front teeth not making proper contact with
the lower teeth, creating a space between them. As a conse
quence of biting or sucking the top lip, the front teeth may even
be pushed in. When the condition becomes severe, orthodonti
intervention may be called for.

Nelson Hersh


Licensed Specialist

If you have any
further questions,
please do not
hesitate to contact
Dr. Hersh at the
newest state-of-
the-art facility in
West Bloomfield/
Commerce lWp.,
2300 Haggerty Rd.,
Suite 1160,

First however, as with thumb or finger sucking, the habit which
led to the poor bite must be corrected. The orthodontist may
provide some helpful options for remedying the habit. In the mean-'
time, parents should keep a lookout for this (and other) problems
in an effort to correct them early. Many times an inappropriat
habit may be due to an underlying occlusion problem, which is
how the upper and lower teeth are related together, or even pos-
sibly the relationship of the upper and lower jaw bones. Other
times it is possible that the habit can create mismatches between
the Jaws or exaggerate them.

The best time to begin orthodontic intervention or treatment will:
vary depending on the type or severity of the problem. The ortho-
dontist has the training and the experience to determine the best
age and most effective treatment. It is best to allow an ortho- ,
dontist specialist to perform an exam to determine ideal timing of




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erome and Gail Beale of West
Bloomfield are thrilled to announce

the engagement of their son Ryan
Gordon to Lauren Beth Regenbogen, daugh-
ter of Howard and Gail Regenbogen of
Northbrook, Ill.
Ryan received his bachelor of arts degree
in pre-law and humanities from Michigan
State University. He owns the Beale Group
LLC commercial real estate in Illinois.
Lauren received her bachelor's degree in
elementary education from National-Louis
University in Chicago. She is teaching in the
Chicago area.
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