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How to care for your braces.- Part 3

Ask the Orthodontist

Esler-Bortman

M

ary Esler and Brent Bortman
were recently married at the
Atheneum Hotel in Detroit.
The bride is the daughter of Paula and
Douglas Esler of Warren. The groom is the
son of Nancy and Phillip Bortman of West
Bloomfield.
Corey Duff, a friend of the bride, was the
maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Stacey
Raznick, sister of the groom; Jennifer
Bortman, sister-in-law of the groom; and
Rachel Kotwicki, Katie Trautmann and
Carmie Vicari, all friends of the bride.
Brian Bortman and Jared Bortman,
brothers of the groom, were the best
men. Groomsmen were Jason Raznick, brother-in-law of the groom; Matthew
Esler, brother of the bride; Brad Chicorel, Jeffrey Sonne, Mark Wachsberg, Eric
Wizenberg and Jon Zald, all friends of the groom.
The flower girl was Riley Raznick, niece of the groom; and the ring bearer was
the bride's godson, Benjamin Stempin.
Following a European cruise for their honeymoon, the couple reside in
Huntington Woods.

Dr. Nelson Neysh

DT. &wiz-Am Bentila

Licensed Specialists
for Children
& Adults

West Bloomfield
Commerce Township
248.926.4100

Besides brushing, flossing is hard but is mandatory. You can get flos
threaders, but if you can slip the floss under the wire pretty easily that i
fine. Just as long as you can floss between each tooth every day. Also
it should be realized that when under an orthodontist's care, the patien
should still return to the dentist for routine cleanings and maintenance

If you have a retainer, biteplate, or another removable appliance scrub
them with toothpaste to clean them each day. You can use baking sod
too, or an effervescent denture cleaner. With the removable appliances
a common problem is breakage or loss. Common mistakes are to
wrap the appliance or retainer in a napkin as this 'hides" the applianc
so it commonly gets thrown away. Also storing the appliance in your
pocket without placing it in its case can result in the plastic or acrylic
experiencing unnecessary force, and then it can break easily or have
wires distort. This can cause teeth to move. As silly as it may seem, if
a pet is in the house, always keep or temporarily store the appliance -
out of reach of the pet. Dogs especially love the scent of their family o
food, and can make a snack out of your appliance::

Misplacing an appliance in its case in a public place such as a school'
can cause permanent loss. A simple solution to assist in return of the
appliance is to put your name and phone number with a permanent
marker on the case. Many people participate in contact sports when
retainers, etc. are not worn and with today's busy schedules, it is
sometimes hard to trace where the appliance may have been lost.

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ylvia Swarin of West Bloomfield
recently celebrated her 95th birthday
at a dinner party given by her chil-
dren, Shelly and Howard Jacobs and Marlene
and Michael Swarin. Also attending were her
grandchildren, Randi and Patrick Langan,
Debbie and Billy Boudouris, Elise and Randy
Otis, Matthew Swarin, Dayna and Jason
Guerreso, and Traci and Kevin Kellman. Her
12 great-grandchildren were also there to
help celebrate.

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Stober-Ruby

B

arbara Epstein of Birmingham and
Dr. Richard Stober of Bloomfield
Hills are thrilled to announce
the engagement of their daughter, Marisa
Stober, to David Ruby, son of Emily Minns of
Birmingham and Richard Ruby of Franklin.
Marisa is the granddaughter of Joyce and
Abe Epstein, Ruth Stober and the late Louis
Stober. David is the grandson of Joyce and
Ronald Rothstein and the late Molly and the
late B. David Ruby.
Marisa earned her bachelor's degree from
the University of Michigan and is pursu-
ing an acting career in Michigan and Los
Angeles.
David is earning his master's of business administration at Ross School of
Business at the University of Michigan and works as an associate for Beringea, a
Michigan-based private equity firm.
An August wedding is planned in Bloomfield Hills.

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