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School in Farmington Hills.
Participating in Relay for Life was the
mitzvah project they both felt had spe-
cial meaning.

Evan Matthew
Nielson will celebrate
his bar mitzvah at
the Birmingham
Temple in
Farmington Hills on
Friday, May 16. He
is the son of Julie
Nielson
and Jeff Nielson and
brother of Rileigh.
Sharing in his simchah, will be lov-
ing grandparents Elinor Waldman
and Gary and Harriett Nielson. He is
also the grandson of the late Mark
Waldman.
Evan is in the eighth grade at Novi
Middle School. His mitzvah project
was volunteering in an elementary
school library in Novi working, with
kindergarten children.

Sydnee Alexa Sallan
(Shmuella), daughter
of Lesly and Andy,
will be called to
the Torah as a bat
mitzvah Saturday,
May 17, at Adat
Shalom Synagogue
Sallan
in Farmington Hills.
Many family mem-
bers will be sharing in the celebration,
including her sister Jillian, brother
Dean, grandparents Carol Cohen,
Jack Cohen, Jerry and Janice Sallan,
Lorraine Sallan and great-grandmoth-
er Edith Cohen.
Sydnee is a student at Hillel Day
School of Metropolitan Detroit in
Farmington Hills. Her most meaning-
ful mitzvah project was volunteer-
ing at the Michigan Animal Rescue
League.

Ryan Schatz, son of Rick and Monica
Schatz of Pinecrest Fla., will be called
to the Torah as a bar mitzvah on
Saturday May 17, at Temple Judea
in Coral Gables, Fla. He is the older
brother of Marlee and Mia, grand-
son of Fred and Enid Schatz of West
Bloomfield, Dr. Richard and Shirley
Zirkin and Susan Katz.

William Harrison Shuman (Zev
Chaim) of West Bloomfield will
become a bar mitzvah at Temple Shir
Shalom in West Bloomfield Saturday,
May 17. He is the son of Stacey and
Gary Shuman and the brother of
Rachel and A.J. His grandparents are

Margaret and Chester
Coccia and Lorna
and Stanley Shuman.
William attends
Walnut Creek Middle
School in Walled
Lake. For his mitzvah
project, he enjoyed
Shuman
volunteering in a
third-grade class-
room at Temple Shir Shalom's religious
school every Sunday morning.

Morgan Alexander
Slomovitz, son
of Barb Slomovitz
and Jeff Slomovitz,
will celebrate his
bar mitzvah during
Havdalah services
Saturday, May 17,
S lomovitz
at Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield. He
is the brother of Zachary. Sharing in
the simchah will be his proud grand-
parents Patti and Fred Erlich and
Paula and Murray Slomovitz, and his
great-grandmother Sara Chaben.
Morgan attends O.E. Dunckel
Middle School in Farmington Hills.
Among his various mitzvah projects,
he felt helping make beds for the
homeless at Temple Israel was very
meaningful.

Rebecca Mikal
Soverinsky (Rivkah
Mikal) of West
Bloomfield will be
called to the Torah
at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek
West Bloomfield,
Soverinsky
B'nai Israel Center
on Saturday, May
17. Participating in the ceremony
will be her loving parents, Mark
and Lisa Soverinsky, and sisters
Mara and Ellie. Proud grandparents
are Howard and Karen Rosenbaum
of Toledo, Ohio, Louis and Sally
Soverinsky. She is also the grand-
daughter of the late Marilyn
Soverinsky.
Rebecca is a student at Orchard
Lake Middle School in West
Bloomfield. Her mitzvah projects
included working with children
with special needs at Oakland
Gymnastics.

More B'nai Mitzvah
• Temple Kol Ami — Zachary Stone
(Saturday)

Braces work by putting steady pressure on teeth and by staying In place for a
certain amount of time. Most kids just need regular braces wtth wires and maybe
rubber bands to keep even pressure on the teeth. Recent research shows that
light constant pressure by the new "space-age" type wires move the teeth more
efficiently and more comfortably than heavy forces. Heavy force appliances such
as headgear are inefficient and replaced by simpler appliances and In many cases,
growth guidance appliances. The wires on your braces help to move your teeth and
the rubber bands can assist In correcting the alignment and the way your teeth fit
together.

Nowadays, we attempt to straighten the teeth without having to remove any. Many
times a palate expander Is used to make more room to accommodate the teeth, as
opposed to reducing the number of teeth to ftt into the space you have. Of course this
cannot always be done, as the orthodontist must consider each case individually
and we would not want to compromise stability. Expansion is usually done on a
growing individual, which is why modem orthodontics is treating individuals earlier
as opposed to later. lt Is rarely too late to consider orthodontics and the orthodontist
can go over your special case with you.

Nelson Hersh

DDS, MS

Licensed Specialist

If you have any
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After you get your braces off, you will need to wear a retainer. The retainer helps
In holding the teeth In their new positions. The teeth have been constantly moving
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