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Ask the Orthodontist

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May 8
Stephanie
(Dorfman) and Avi
Beneson of Passaic,
N.J., are thrilled to
announce the birth
of their son, Akiva
Moshe. Welcoming
Beneson
Akiva home are big
brother Zevi and
big sister Rachel. Akiva's grandpar-
ents are Shelli and Michael Dorfman
of West Bloomfield, and Marci and
David Beneson of Southfield. Great-
grandparents are Ceil and Jerry
Liebman of Southfield, Joyce Dorfman
of West Bloomfield and Esther Liwazer
of Farmington Hills. Akiva is also
the great-grandson of the late Saul
Dorfman, the late Aubrey and the late
Laura Beneson, and the late Jacob
"Kuba" Liwazer. Akiva is named in
memory of his great-grandfather
Morton Goldish and his great-great-
uncle Marvin Berlin.

April 4

Penina (Schreiber)
and Rick Dorfman
are thrilled to
announce the
birth of their son,
Noam Akiva.
Noam's grandpar-
Dorfman
ents are Alane and
David Schreiber
of Sharon, Mass., and Shelli and
Michael Dorfman of West Bloomfield.
Great-grandparents are Ceil and Jerry
Liebman of Southfield, Joyce Dorfman
of West Bloomfield, Rachel Lis of West
Hartford, Conn., and Shaindel and
Eliezer Schreiber of New York. Noam
is also the great-grandson of the late
Saul Dorfman and the late Naftali Lis.

Alec Milton Cohen,
son of Carolyn and
Steve Cohen, will be
called to the Torah
as a bar mitzvah on
Saturday, April 14,
at Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield. He
Cohen
is the older brother
of Drew and Carly.
Sharing in the simchah will be his
proud grandparents Beth and Robert
Ruskin, Sue and George Trenkamp,
and Phylis Cohen. He is also the
grandson of the late Robert Cohen.
Alec attends O.E. Dunckel Middle
School in Farmington Hills. Among
his various mitzvah projects, he felt
raising funds for the West Bloomfield
Relay for Life was the most meaning-
ful.

Alexis Renee
Siegel will be called
to the Torah as a bat
mitzvah at Minchah
services on
Saturday, April 14,
at Congregation
Beth Shalom in
Siegel
Oak Park. She is the
daughter of Vicky
and the late Eric Siegel and the sister
of Lauren, Rochelle, Michelle and
David. She is the granddaughter of
Mary and the late Norbert Rounke,
Jacqueline and the late Carl Siegel.
Alexis is graduating from Troy
High School in June and will attend
Kettering University in the fall. Each
year, she participates in feeding the
homeless during the holiday season at
Mario's restaurant in Detroit.

Jack Lipton
Hollander will be
called to the Torah
as a bar mitzvah on
Saturday, April 14,
at Temple Shir
Shalom in West
Bloomfield. He is
Hollander
the son of Betsy and
Mitch Hollander
and the younger brother of Nicole and
Alexandra. Proud grandparents are
Bernice Hollander and Carole and
William Lipton. Jack is also the
grandson of the late Martin
Hollander.
Jack is a seventh-grader at
West Hills Middle School in West
Bloomfield.

Isaac Susser will be
called to the bimah
as he celebrates his
bar mitzvah at
Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield
Saturday, April 14.
He is the son of
Susser
Aviva and Steven
Susser and the
brother of Ethan. Sharing in the sim-
chah will be grandparents Jennie
Levenson, Alex Levenson, Danielle
and David Susser, and proud great-
grandmother Shejna Zeff.
Isaac attends Derby Middle School
in Birmingham. As part of his mitz-
vah experience, he helped at Temple
Israel during the Labor Day picnic.

Adult Odhodontics
The most common questions that we receive from adults are; is it too
late for me, or am I silly to want my teeth straightened? The answer
is absolutely no. The only additional considerations are periodontal,
estorative, or TMJ (jaw joint dysfunction or pain). Many adults have
1 (ways been uncomfortable with their smile and believe that they
hould just be satisfied with the way things are. In today's society, when
mething is as easy to correct with a time commitment and desire, it's
silly not to get additional information. A consultation to find information
pecific to your situation is recommended.

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Approximately 10-20% of typical orthodontic practices are adults. Without
exception, every adult has said that it was well worth it in the end, it
wasn't the difficult hurdle that they expected, and even that it seemed
quicker than they anticipated. Of course, the hardest part is the initial
step and the first month of adjusting, but following that, they only wish
that they had considered orthodontics sooner.

Di% Nelson MoFsh Adults have additional options such as clear braces that now are so
and
cosmetic that they can hardly be seen. lnvisalign can be considered as
Dr. Marsha Beattie adults are non-growing but from personal experience, expectations cannot
be as high as with traditional braces and the orthodontist must be more
selective in who qualifies.
'Licensed Specialists One difference for adult orthodontics is that no longer can growth be
for Children
utilized to an advantage. The bones are more mature" and orthodontic
mechanics must be varied. Of course, skeletal discrepancies must be
& Adults
treated differently and sometimes compromises must be considered with
extractions. Although many adults tell me they wouldn't mind feeling
West Bloomfield
more pressure, it is still more efficient and physiologically stable to
Commerce Township utilize light consistent forces. In this way, teeth are moving at maximum
efficiency and comfortably.
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Waterford (at the corner of Crescent Lake Road and M-59)
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