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Ask the Orthodontist

What questions should I ask the orthodontist at the consultation?

First ask the orthodontist about the technique he/she uses and his/her
general treatment philosophy. Some orthodontists try to make the treatment
as short and comfortable as possible. Others use less expensive materials
and products. Ask the orthodontist about the materials used. Some
orthodontists take brackets out of one patient's mouth and recycle them into
another patient's mouth. The safety and reliability of this procedure is still
unclear. Ask the orthodontist about their treatment philosophy. You will need
to decide whether the orthodontist's treatment philosophy is right for your
children.

Ask the Orthodontist

Lior Moshe Kolton

will become a bar
mitzvah on Saturday,
May 25, at

Congregation Shir
Tikvah in Troy. His

parents are Rabbi
Tamara and Isaac
Kolton
Kolton; his sister is
Maya. Lior is the
grandson of Anita Green, Jerome
Feldstein, Linda Rodgers, and Malka
and Kalman Kolton.
Lior attends the Roeper School in
Bloomfield Hills. He is volunteering to
help disabled children play baseball.

Lauren Ilana Levitt,

daughter of Tracy and
Dr. Jeffrey Levitt and
sister of Adam, will
lead the congregation
at Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield
Saturday, May 25, as
Levitt
she reads from the
Torah in celebration of
her bat mitzvah. She is the grandchild of
Rita Levitt and the late Howard Levitt,
Judith Geyer and the late Herbert Geyer.
Lauren attends Walnut Creek Middle
School in Walled Lake. She performed
several mitzvah projects but felt volun-
teering at Yad Ezra in Berkley was the
most meaningful one.

Natalie Sarah
Rosenblatt of

Huntington Woods
will become a bat
mitzvah at Temple
Shir Shalom in West
Bloomfield on
Saturday, May 25. She
Rosenblatt
is the daughter of
Debbie and Marc
Rosenblatt and the older sister of Ben.
Sharing in her mitzvah will be her
grandparents Judi and Bernie Minden of
Franklin, and Ethel and Gary Rosenblatt
of West Bloomfield.
Natalie is a seventh-grade student at
Norup International School in Oak Park.
Her mitzvah project centers around rais-
ing money and generating awareness for
the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network.

Ellie Sara Soverinsky

will become a bat
mitzvah on Saturday,
May 25, at Adat

Shalom Synagogue

in Farmington Hills.
Her proud parents are
Mark and Lisa
Soverinsky
Soverinsky. She is the
sister of Rebecca and
Mara. Her grandparents are Louis and
Sally Soverinsky, the late Marilyn
Soverinsky, and Howard and Karen

Rosenbaum of Toledo, Ohio.
Ellie is in seventh grade at Orchard
Lake Middle School in West Bloomfield.
Her mitzvah projects included volun-
teering for various youth programs at
Adat Shalom.

Talia Jae Stern,

together with her par-
ents, Lisa and Scott
Stern, will celebrate
her bat mitzvah dur-
ing Havdalah services
Saturday, May 25, at
Temple Israel in
Stern
West Bloomfield. Her
sister Carly and broth-
er Jonah and grandparents Judy and
Richard Mintz, and Sherrie and Norton
Stern will share in the simchah.
Talia attends Berkshire Middle School
in Birmingham. She enjoyed volunteer-
ing at Jewish Family Service to provide
holiday gifts for families in need.

Generally, the best orthodontists will offer braces with a variety of colors
to suit your child's taste. All of these options will make the orthodontic
treatment much less stressful for your children and much easier on you.

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

Licensed Specialists
for Children
& Adults

West Bloomfield
Commerce Township
248.926.4100

Waterford
248-673-4100

Ask the orthodontist about the type of brackets they plan to use. The
orthodontist's choice of bracket influences how long your child's treatment
will take, and how comfortable your child will be during treatment. The
orthodontist may have some latitude to choose one of several different
bracket designs. If so, you may have some input into which bracket your
orthodontist chooses. One key choice is whether to use a low profile or
a high profile bracket. Generally, low profile brackets are less irritating to
your children's lip than high profile brackets, but they are newer, and some
orthodontists never learned how to use them. Ask the orthodontist about their
sterilization procedures. Make sure they use an autoclave on all of their
instruments.

No one can tell you what is right for your child, without looking at your case.
However, as a parent, you need to be comfortable with the orthodontist's
choice and whether the choice is right for your child.

For more information you may call either of our offices located in West
Bloomfield/Commerce Township (248) 926-4100 and our newest 2nd
location in Waterford at M-59 and Crescent Lake Road (248) 673-4100

Rachel Wolf of

Richland, Mich.,
will become a bat
mitzvah Saturday,
May 25, at the
Congregation of
Moses in Kalamazoo.
Participating will be
Wolf
her parents, Darlene
and Richard Wolf,
brother Joshua and proud grandmother
Eleanor Wolf of Pontiac, Ill. Rachel is
the granddaughter of the late Helen and
the late Irving Biel, and the late George
Wolf.
Rachel is a student at Gull Lake
Middle School in Richland. Her mitzvah
project was volunteering at the Make-A-
Wish Foundation.

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Olivia (Yael)
Wurgaft of

Millburn, N.J., will
become a bat mitz-
vah at Congregation
B'nai Israel on
Saturday, May 25.
Sharing in her spe-
Wurgaft
cial day will be her
parents, Hernan
Wurgaft and Isabel Goldfaden; her sis-
ter, Gabriela Wurgaft; proud grandpar-
ents Sarah Goldfaden of Bloomfield
Hills, Liliana Kirberg and Jose Wurgaft
of Santiago, Chile; and family and
friends from around the world. Olivia
is also the granddaughter of the late
Louis Goldfaden.
Olivia is a student at Millburn
Middle School. For her mitzvah proj-
ect, she is collecting dancewear for
performing arts programs in need,
especially in the area affected by Super
Storm Sandy.

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