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The Detroit Jewish News, 2012-05-10

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Ask the Orthodontist

March 25
Samantha (Klein)
and Jeremy Lande
of Chicago, Ill., are
thrilled to announce
the birth of their
.:4014 son, Jack Oliver
(Yaakov Nadiv).
Ecstatic first-time
grandparents are Noreen and Alan
Klein of Farmington Hills, Julie Brooks,
and Phil and Cheryl Lande, all from
Indianapolis, Ind. Also thrilled are first-
time great-grandmother Ann Lande
from Indianapolis and great-grandpar-
ents Barney and Betty Brooks from Ft.
Myers, Fla. Jack was named in loving
memory of Samantha's zaydie Jerome
Helfman; his Hebrew middle name is
after her grandfather "Puppy" Norman
Klein. Jack is also the great-grandson
of the late Isadora Helfman, the late
Sylvia Klein and the late Alex Lande.

Jacob Lee Binke
will celebrate his
bar mitzvah during
Havdalah services
Saturday, May 12, at
Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield. He
is the son of Ellen
and Brian Binke.
His proud grand-
parents are Ray and Simon Binke.
Jacob is a student at Abbott
Middle School in West Bloomfield.
As part of his mitzvah experience,
he donated time to Yad Ezra in

Evan Daniel Cikra
celebrated his bar
mitzvah on
Saturday, May 5, as
a part of the Jewish
Parents Institute
at the Jewish
Community Center
in West Bloomfield.
He is the son of
Lesley and Tim Cikra and brother of
Jack, Harry, Sofia and Ashley. Proud
grandparents are Nadine and Ken
Berke of Phoenix, Ariz., and
Farmington Hills.
Evan attends Dunckel Middle
School in Farmington Hills. His
most meaningful mitzvah project
this year was providing companion-
ship each day after school to a child
with cerebral palsy.

Jan. 24
Melissa (Kane)
and Brad Wachler
are thrilled to
announce the birth
of their daughter,
Arianna Madison.
Welcoming her
home were excited
big brothers Parker, 5, and Braiden, 3.
Elated grandparents are Cheryl and
Sheldon Kane, and Mindy and Buzz
Wachler of West Bloomfield. Proud
great-grandparents are Layne and
Robert Colman, and Norman and
Helen Wachler of Bloomfield Hills.
Arianna is named in loving memory
of her great-aunt Mollie Elliman and
her cousin George Rubin.

The term over-bite refers to the amount of vertical overlap of the front
teeth. Too much, or insufficient over-bite can cause problems. The
mal-occlusion known as over-bite deserves attention because it can
potentially interfere with speaking, swallowing, chewing foods and
often considered a cosmetic concern as well.

Excessive over-bite, or a deep bite, is too much overlap of the front
teeth. A parent noticing that the lower front teeth are not visualized
very much when the teeth are closed together can detect this. This
situation means excessive force from biting, is conveyed to the front
teeth (which are smaller than the back teeth and not designed to take
that force).This can lead to excessive wear, fracturing and chipping
of teeth, and may even predispose the individual to future TMD,
which are jaw joint difficulties. Sometimes the over-bite may be so
deep that the lower front teeth actually reach the roof of the mouth
which can lead toward other problems. This is referred to as a deep
impinging over-bite.

Dr. Nelson Hersh
Insufficient over-bite is referred to as an anterior (or front) open-bite.
r. Marsha Beattif This
not only creates a cosmetic issue but also without the front teeth

Licensed Specialists
for Children
& Adults

West Bloomfield
Commerce Township

able to bite together properly, may lead to excessive force on the
posterior or back teeth. This can lead to excessive wear and future
restorative dental needs such as crowns etc.

Parents with any orthodontic concerns for their child should consult
an orthodontist to discuss alternatives and the benefits of orthodontic
treatment. As a dental specialist, an orthodontist has elected to limit
his or her practice to this specific area of expertise and has received
additional training by an accredited dental school for advanced

Our state-of-the-art orthodontic facility is located in
West BloomfielcVeornmerce Township. 2300 Haggerty Road, Suite 1160
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Anabel Helena
Faigin, together with
her parents, Cindy
and Keith Faigin, and
sister Eliza, will cele-
brate her bat mitzvah
during Havdalah ser-
vices at Temple
Israel in West
Bloomfield Saturday,
May 12. Sharing in the simchah will be
grandparents Barbara and Stanley
Faigin, and Cleo and Don Roering.
Anabel attends Abbott Middle
School in West Bloomfield. Among her
various mitzvah projects, she felt col-
lecting shoes for donation to Soles 4
Souls was very important.

Eden Miriam Gilan
will celebrate her bat
mitzvah on Saturday,
May 12, at
Congregation Ohel
Moed•of Shomrey
Emunah in West
Bloomfield. She is
the daughter of Lisa
and Ethan Gilan and
the sister of Jonah. Sharing in the sim-
chah will be proud grandparents
Nancy and Yale Freiman of Boynton
Beach, Fla., and Ruth Gilan of Union,
N.J. Eden is the also the granddaugh-
ter of the late Daniel Gilan.
Eden is in sixth grade at Yeshivat
Akiva in Southfield. She looks forward
to volunteering on the garden project
at Berkley-based Yad Ezra this sum-



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