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The Detroit Jewish News, 2007-12-27

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`Better

Ask the Orthodontist

rthodentie
Brackets"

Perhaps the most significant cosmetic advance in orthodontics over the pa
decades Involves bonding brackets directly onto patients' teeth. Brackets are
the tiny devices that are used to attach the main arch wire to the teeth, in the
past, individual stainless steel bands were wrapped around and cemented to
each tooth. This Is now reserved for the bock teeth, and now people can avoid
the In grin. - The front teeth are treated with tiny brackets, which can even be
blended in with the natural tooth color. Some orthodontists utilize very small
brackets, which are even more cosmetic, and allow for lighter forces and a'
. more comfortable orthodontic experience.

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essica Erin Gershonowicz and Mark
Joel Jacobs were married recently at
the Royal Park Hotel in Rochester.
Jessica is the daughter of Sue and Abe
Gershonowicz of West Bloomfield. Mark is
the son of Marlene and Michael Jacobs of
Toronto. Rabbi Rachel Shere of Adat Shalom
Synagogue in Farmington Hills officiated.
Julie Potocsky, friend of the bride, was
the matron of honor. The bridesmaids were
Stacey Raznick, Meredith Battin, Sarah
Leib, Andrea Belen, friends of the bride;
Lisa Jacobs, sister of the groom; and Allison
Sherbel, cousin of the bride.
Ryan Jacobs, brother of the groom, was the best man. The groomsmen were
Joey Kardish, Steve Leder, Mark Luvisotto, Mark Mendiola, Eric Switzman,
friends of the groom; Jeremy Gershonowicz and Josh Gershonowicz, brothers of
the bride.
Jason and Brandon Sherbel, cousins of the bride, were ushers. Delighted to
participate was Sarah Mervis, grandmother of the bride.
After a cruise around the Greek Islands, Jessica and Mark reside in Berkley.

Corman-Hoicowitz

Nelson Hersh

DDS, MS
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 Twp.,
2300 Haggerty Rd.,
Suite 1160,
248-926-4100.

The new bracketing system can make placement of the orthodoittk applia
quicker and more comfortable. Some brackets even come with the adhesive
already placed so previous long appointments are even shortened. Additionally,
some orthodontists use a specialized light to harden the adhesive so time in the
chair waiting is reduced further, adding to the patient's comfort level.

For many placing the appliance can be made fun with different color rings
hold the wire to the bracket. These colors are changed each month to make -
orthodontics fun! We have over 70 colors in my office to choose from, including
glow in the dark. Colors can even make a fashion statement, as many people
choose according to the holidays, such as orange for Halloween, green and red
for Christmas, red white and blue for patriotism, or even matching an outfit for a&
special occasion, etc. You are only limited by your imagination.

To find out more information, Just call our office at 248-926-4100 or schedule a
complimentary consultation at 2300 Haggerty Road, Suite 1160, on the border of
West Bloomfield/Commerce Township.

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my Laura Hoicowitz and Dr. Scott
Andrew Corman were recently
married at Oakwood Club in
Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Rabbi Dannel
Schwartz of Temple Shir Shalom in West
Bloomfield officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Larry Hoicowitz of Solon, Ohio. The groom
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Maddin
and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Corman, all of
West Bloomfield.
Amy Sparago, sister of the groom, was
matron of honor. Jenny Corman, sister-in-
law, and Laura Adorni, friend of the bride,
were bridesmaids.
Bruce Corman, brother of the groom, was the best man. Evan Sparago, broth-
er-in-law, and Daniel Hoicowitz, brother of the bride, were groomsmen.
The couple were honored to have the bride's grandmother Marilyn Hoicowitz
and grandfather Leonard Nehman participate in the ceremony.
After a honeymoon in Hawaii, the couple reside in Perrysburg, Ohio.

Disner 50th

r. and Mrs. Arnold Disner of West
Bloomfield will celebrate their
50th wedding anniversary on Dec.
29 with friends and family. They will continue
the celebration in Florida.

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