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Ask the Orthodontist

Common Basic Orthodontic Questions - Part 1

At What Age Can People Have Orthodontic Treatment?

Ask the Orthodontist

Rachel Yvonne
Israel of Farmington

Hills, daughter of
Marcie and Ashley
Israel and sister of
Ryan, Mara, Ron,
Joshua and Emma,
will read from the
Israel
Torah on the occa-
sion of her bat mitz-
vah on Saturday, March 16, at
Congregation Beth Ahm in West
Bloomfield. She is the granddaughter
of Pat and Walter Felman of London,
England, and Jeanette Weissman of
Bloomfield Hills. She is also the grand-
child of the late Ronald Israel, the late
Robert Weinbaum and the late
Seymour Weissman.
Rachel attends Hillel Day School of
Metropolitan Detroit in Farmington
Hills and enjoys volunteering at
Farmington Hills-based JARC.

Alysa Grace Katz,

daughter of Pamela
and David Katz and
sister of Erica and
Andrew, will cele-
brate her bat mitz-
vah Friday, March
15, at Temple Israel
Katz
in West Bloomfield.
Her proud grandpar-
ents are Barbara and Baker Urdan,
William Katz and Patricia Stone. She is
also the grandchild of the late Fredrick
Stone.
Alysa attends Walnut Creek Middle
School in Walled Lake. Her most
meaningful mitzvah experience was
her involvement with Friendship Circle
in West Bloomfield.

Noah Michael
Kellman will chant

from the Torah at
Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield
Saturday, March 16,
in celebration of his
bar mitzvah. He is
Kellman
the son of Carol and
Dr. Adam Kellman
and the brother of Sari and Eden. His
proud grandparents are Lester
Schoenberg and Sandra Kurtz. His late
grandparents are Shirley Schoenberg,
Milton Kellman and Eli Kurtz.
Noah attends Bloomfield Hills
Middle School, where he is in the sev-
enth grade. He felt it was meaningful
as a mitzvah project to volunteer at
his school on Make a Difference Day,
which promotes physical and safe play
at Detroit area schools.

Grant Preston
Nelick of Carmel,

Ind., will celebrate
his bar mitzvah on
Saturday, March 16,
at Indianapolis
Hebrew
Congregation. He is
Nelick
the son of Steven
and Marla (Wein)
Nelick and brother of Sloan Paige.
Proud grandparents are David and
Marsha Wein of Bloomfield Hills and
Philip and Barbara Nelick of Pittsfield,
Mass.

Sara Elizabeth-Hui
Roth will be called

Dr. Nelson Hersh
Dr. Marsha Beattie
Dr. Amy Isenberg

Licensed Specialists
for Children
& Adults

West Bloomfield
Commerce Township
248.926.4100

to the Torah as a bat
mitzvah on Saturday,
March 16, at

Waterford
248-673-4100

Congregation B'nai
Moshe in West

The biological process involved in moving teeth is the same at any age.
Children and adults can both benefit from orthodontics. The American
Association of Orthodontics recommends that children have an exam
at age 7 so that severe problems can be diagnosed early. Most kids,
however, begin full or comprehensive orthodontics between ages 10
and 14 when the majority of permanent teeth are erupted. It is often
beneficial to assist the final permanent teeth in coming into their ideal
arrangement by space planning. Treatment in adolescents is also
dynamic because facial growth influences the position of the teeth
and jaws- which usually enhances the treatment out come. Because
an adult's facial bones are no longer growing, certain corrections may
not be accomplished with braces alone.

What Causes Orthodontic Problems?

An orthodontic problem is called a malocclusion, meaning "bad bite".
Some examples of causes of malocclusion are crowded teeth, extra
teeth, improperly positioned teeth, eruption or sequence of eruption
that is unfavorable, missing teeth, or jaws that are out of alignment.

Most malocclusions are inherited, although some can be acquired.
Acquired malocclusions can be caused by accidents, early or late
loss of baby teeth, or sucking of the thumb or fingers for a prolonged
period of time. Inherited problems may be a combination of one
parent's teeth, the other parent's jaw size and even a grandparent's
relations of upper and lower jaws.

If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact
Drs. Hersh, Beattie & Isenberg at their state-of-the-art facilities in
West Bloomfield/Commerce Township at 2300 Haggerty Road,
Suite 1160, 248-926-4100 and our newest location in Waterford at
5133 Highland Road, 248-673-4100.

Bloomfield. She is
the daughter of
Bruce and Stacie and
sister of Eden, Michael and Elijah.
Proud grandparents are Patricia and
Barry Levine, and Judy Roth. She is
also the granddaughter of the late
Sanford Roth. Sara is the great-grand-
daughter of Florence Kline.
Sara attends Clifford Smart Middle
School in Commerce Township and
enjoys volunteering at Friendship
Circle in West Bloomfield.

Roth

OliatiotifFs

248-926-4100

www.hershbeattieortho.com

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Announcements

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are welcomed for members
of the Jewish community.
Anniversaries, engagements
and weddings with a photo
(preferably color) can appear at a
cost of $18 each. Births are $10.
There is no charge for bar/bat
mitzvahs or for special birthdays
starting at the 90th.
For information, contact
Editorial Assistant Sy Manello at
smanello@renmedia.us or (248)
351-5147 for information or for
a mailed or emailed copy of
guidelines.

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