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February 02, 2012 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2012-02-02

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life cycles

sk the Orthodontist

Jordan and Erica (Levine) Tritt of Atlanta, Ga., joyfully
announce the birth of their son, Isaac Daniel (Yitzchak).
Delighted grandparents Caren Landau and Howard Kloc,
Jeffrey Levine and Susie Lederer Levine, and Ramie and
Joyce Tritt welcome him with love to the world. Isaac is
named in memory of great-grandfather Erwin Bodzy and
great-grandmother Del Landau.

Lucille Amelia
Alpert will become
a bat mitzvah on
Saturday, Feb. 4, at
Temple Beth El in
Township. She is the
daughter of Keren
and Ted Alpert and
the sister of Margot
and Ali. Her proud grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Alpert and
Rabbi and Mrs. A. David Packman.
Lucy attends school at the
University Liggett School in Grosse
Pointe Woods. She volunteered at the
Temple Beth El nursery school and
was a madricha for the PreK class in
religious school.

Samantha Michelle
Berman (Sarah
Margalite) will be
called to the Torah
as a bat mitzvah
Saturday, Feb.4, at
Adat Shalom
Synagogue in
Farmington Hills.
Proud parents are
Barbara and Gary Berman. Samantha
is the terrific sister of Jordan and
Rebecca. Sharing in her simchah will
be her grandfather Charles Berman.
Samantha is also the grandchild of the
late Maxine Berman, the late Joan
Cafara and the late Alfred Cafara.
Samantha attends Dunckel Middle
School in Farmington Hills. She has
participated in numerous mitzvah
projects to help those in need, both
here and abroad; her most meaning-
ful mitzvah project was contribut-
ing money and soccer equipment
to a program run by the U.S. Soccer
Foundation, which collects new and
gently used soccer equipment for
use by underprivileged communities
around the country.


Joshua Benjamin
Klein (Yehoshua
Benyamin) will be
called to the Torah
as a bar mitzvah on
Saturday, Feb. 4, at
Temple Kol Ami in
West Bloomfield. He
is the son of Steven

and Amy Klein. Proud grandparents
are Sharon and Leonard Shebses of
West Bloomfield, Gary and Toni Drasin
of Commerce Township, Marvin and
Caroline Klein of Corrales, N.M., and
Joyce Klein of Farmington Hills.
Joshua is a seventh-grader at
Orchard Lake Middle School in
West Bloomfield. His mitzvah proj-
ect included volunteering at the
Friendship Circle in West Bloomfield,
working with children throughout the

n orthodontics.

as s ee
ore efficient and lighter forces with orchwires made of new material
ave brought many smiles to orthodontic patients. Some wires
hat cause movement are temperature sensitive, so patients have
ore control as to the level of comfort and speed at which the teeth
ove. Warm foods and mouth temperatures activate some of these
ices, while if a patient feels uncomfortable, a cold drink brings a
miler Headgears are virtually a technique of the past as alternative
techniques now exist. The actual braces have become smaller, so less
noticeable, with the added benefit that with smaller brackets come
lighter forces. Titanium braces are available for added comfort or a
different look. Clear braces have been improved to resist stain and are
almost invisible.

Aug. 24


Parents and kids are continually amazed at the modern and
patient friendly techniques that are now routinely utilized

Licensed Specialists
for Children
& Adults

West Bloomfield
Commerce Township


Fun and creativity can be brought into the picture as patients can now
elect and change the colors used for the braces monthly. You may
even choose glow in the dark colors as there may b _ e as many as 70
colors to choose from at each appointment.

Our state-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

Samuel Henry
Koretz, son of
Pamela and Eric
Koretz, will be called
to the Torah as a bar
mitzvah Saturday
Feb. 4, at Temple
Emanu-El in Oak
Park. Joining in the
simchah will be
Sam's sister Ellie, proud nana Patty
Littman, and many aunts and uncles,
cousins and friends.
Sam is a seventh-grade student at
Norup International School in Oak
Park. For his mitzvah project, he vol-
unteered at Camp Invention, where he
assisted young children in realizing
their imaginative inventions.

Jacob Martin, son
of Francine and
Aaron Martin, will
become a bar mitz-
vah on Saturday, Feb.
4, at Congregation
B'nai Moshe in West
Bloomfield. Joining
in this simchah will
be his brother Adam.
Proud grandparents are Steven and
Marcia Meyers. He is also the grand-
son of the late Henik and the late Mina
Jacob is a seventh-grade student
at Hillel Day School of Metropolitan
Detroit in Farmington Hills. For his
mitzvah project, he volunteers at
Schulze Elementary School in Detroit,
helping children with math and teach-
ing them about sportsmanship and
Jewish customs.

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