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The Detroit Jewish News, 2012-08-30

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William J. Vasileff,

>> ... Next Generation ...

Birmingham Institute of Plastic Surgery

Champions Crowned:

The latest scoop from ComePlayDetroit.

, I'm considering cosmetic
• surgery, but how do I
choose the right physician?

Choosing the right physician is, by
far, the most important decision
you'll make as you consider if cosmetic
surgery is right for you. Here are some tips
to guide you through the process:


The Comeback Kids

Team DeSnyder

To distinguish doctors with specific
education and experience. several boards
exist to help patients find the most qualified
surgeon. The American Board of Plastic
Surgery (ABPS) is the organization that
certifies plastic surgeons. When surgeons
say they are "board certified," it does not
necessarily mean ABPS-certified, so be sure
to check. Also. ask about the surgeon's:

• Training: Learn where they went to
medical school and performed their
residency. Look for a surgeon who
constantly expands their education and
improves their skills.
• Hospital Privileges: Hospital privileges
mean the doctor is in good standing
with the local hospital and has met its
requirements of conduct and training.
• Memberships:Professional
organizations and medical societies have
their own criteria for physicians, such as
ethical conduct, board certification or

Many people turn to the Internet for
answers. Remember that physician websites
can be a nice introduction to the doctor's
practice and the procedures offered, but
there is no guarantee everything you read
online is clinically accurate. Begin your
research online, but wait for an in-person
consultation to choose a physician with a
solid record you feel is trustworthy.
Before you change the way you look
forever, Do Your Homework!
For additional information, register to
attend Dr. Vasileff's class "Plastic Surgery
101: What You Don't Know About
Plastic Surgery Can Hurt You" on Sept.
27, 6:30 - 8pm at The Community House
in Birmingham.



Dr. William Vasileff has practiced in the
Birmingham area for nearly 30 years. i
He is double board certified and is an..-
assistant professor at Wayne State and '
Oakland Universities. His training was at
the University of Michigan, Northwestern
University, Cleveland Clinic and
University of Pennsylvania.

525 Southfield Rd
Birmingham 48009





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August 30 2012


Team Kick Ass

The Refs

Team Stage Deli

NFWB All-Stars

hat an
month for
Detroit! Our two weeks of
championships continue,
and here are our winners
so far:
In our Men's DRAFT
Basketball League, Team
Stage Deli, captained by
Adam Jahnke, went on to
finish as the first undefeated
team in league history. It
wouldn't have been possible
without a blessing before
Ryan Jahnke's three-quarter
court buzzer-beater with no
time remaining to send their
playoff game into overtime.
In the Men's Sunday
Softball league, the NFWB
All-Stars defeated Team
Hercules in the finals for
the championship. After

Hercules beat
the NFWB
All-Stars in
the first game,
the NFWB All-
Stars came out
swinging in the
The Co-ed
Sunday Softball
league came
to a close with
Team DeSnyder defeating
the Free Agent team in the
championship to complete
their undefeated season.
This team of now-CPD
veterans nearly went
undefeated in the Indoor
Co-ed Volleyball league in
the winter and will next try
to dominate the Co-ed Sand
Volleyball League at Z's Villa
in Midtown.

Our Co-ed
Softball on Belle
Isle was won
by The Refs,
captained by
Delonda Little.
The Refs didn't
lose a game all
season and had
only one tie. After
being down early,
they fought back
to defeat Tgeam
Deloitte in the finals to keep
their undefeated season.
Monday's Co-ed Kickball
championship was won by
Team Kick Ass, captained by
Ed Pevos. They were the No.
1 seed entering the playoffs
and took care of business
the rest of the way.
Wednesday Co-ed
Kickball was won by the
youngest team in the

league, The Comeback Kids,
captained by Jon Epstein.
Out of 20 teams, they were
the eighth seed and beat
the three-time defending
champions who hadn't
lost in their 27 career
game on their way to the

Kick For Detroit

ComePlayDetroit is hosting
Kick For Detroit, a charity
kickball game on Sunday,
Sept. 30, at Waveland Park
in Chicago!
This is our way to engage
Detroit expats, strengthen
our Detroit community in
the Windy City and to help
fundraise for the Do It For
Detroit fund.
Register as an individual
or as a team at www.
kickfordetroit.com . E

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