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The Detroit Jewish News, 2011-05-26

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Expand Your Knowledge on Expanders

A palate expander is an appliance that fits near the roof of the mouth. It

Ask the Orthodontist

Fried 100th

ennie Fried of West Bloomfield is
thrilled to celebrate her special birth-
day at a brunch surrounded by her
children, grandchildren and great-grand-
children. In addition, her sister and nieces
and nephews will join in the festivities.
Jennie is fortunate to mark this momentous
event in good health and with an excellent

widens the palate to improve the way the upper and lower jaws fit together,
and can make room to fit into alignment crowded or un-erupted teeth. When
ids are growing and teeth are erupting (or will soon), the orthodontist may
ecide to make more room to accommodate the teeth, as opposed to what
as been prevalent in years past of extracting teeth. This is a benefit of a
palate expander. Sometimes special orthodontic wires during braces allow
or enough expansion. This is a decision for an experienced orthodontist

The expander may take a few days to get used to. Chewing, swallowing or
talking may seem awkward. The mouth or nose may even feel tingly, or one
may experience a minor headache. You may choose to utilize an over-the-
counter pain reliever at the beginning but soon will not require any. The
expander is worn typically for about 3-6 months.

Dr. Nelson Hersh
Dr. Marsha Beattie

Licensed Specialists
for Children
& Adults

West Bloomfield
Commerce Township

In about a week or so, you may see a gap between the front teeth, That's
a sign the expander is working. These gaps may close on their own, and is
not a sign the expander has stopped working. The teeth have elastic fibers
between them and sometimes move the teeth back together at different rates.
This is why gaps may not form on some kids.

Most expanders need to be activated once a day. This may be tricky at first
but soon you will get the hang of it. The expander is left in the mouth for a
while after the last activation for stabilization.

Expanders may be fixed or removable. The vast majority of orthodontists
use fixed or non-removable due to their greater efficiency, predictability, and
inability to get lost, misplaced or not worn.

Our slate-of-the-art orthodontic facility is located in
West Bloomfield/Commerce Township. 2300 Haggerty Road, Suite 1160
248-926-4100. We are also pleased to announce a 2nd location in
Waterford (at the corner of Crescent Lake Road and M-59)
5133 Highland Road, 248-673-4100.



ane and Chuck Kessler of West
Bloomfield are thrilled to announce
the engagement of their daughter
Stacy Diane to David Lawrence Schonberg,
son of Marcia Schonberg of Mansfield, Ohio
and the late Dr. William Schonberg.
Stacy graduated from the University
of Michigan and will earn her doctor of
optometry from the Ohio State University in
June. She begins an ocular disease residency
at the Cleveland VA Medical Center in July
David graduated from Miami University
and earned his master's in public health
and his Ph.D. in neuroscience from the Ohio
State University. He is a postdoctoral fellow
at the Cleveland Clinic.
A September wedding is planned at the Townsend Hotel in Birmingham.



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Kimberly graduated from Marymount
Manhattan College in New York and works
as a choreographer and mentor. After
Michael graduated from Northern Michigan
University, he courageously served our
country in Iraq for 15 months as captain of
his military unit. He is a member of the elite
Army Ranger forces, as well.
Kimberly and Michael will be married in Savannah, Ga., at Temple Mikvah
Israel in June, surrounded by the love, happiness and good wishes of close fam-
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