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Ask the Orthodontist

What should we expect with a Palate Expander?

Ask the Orthodontist

Nov. 7, 2012

Rosenzweig

Kendra and Adam
Rosenzweig of
Birmingham
announce with
much love the birth
of their beautiful
daughter, Lila Kole
(Lilah Kochava).

Welcoming her home with lots of
hugs and kisses is her big brother,
Benjamin. Sharing in their happi-
ness are grandparents Kaylee and Jeff
Freedman, and Kathy and Dennis
Rosenzweig. Lila is named in mem-
ory of two very special people, her
great-grandmother Estelle Moggel
and her great-uncle Kenneth Levine.

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

Licensed Specialists
for Children
& Adults

Erica Jones of West

Bloomfield will
become a bat mitz-
vah at Temple Shir
Shalom in West
Bloomfield on
Friday, Aug. 30.
Participating in the
ceremony will be
Jones
parents Suzan and
Jonathan Jones and brother Mitchell.
She is the granddaughter of the late
Mike and Tema Watzman, and
Thomas and Tamera Jones.
Erica is a student at Orchard Lake
Middle School in West Bloomfield.
Her mitzvah projects include bake
sales to raise money for No Kid
Hungry.

Ellis Carter Piper,

son of Laurie Piper
and Kristoffer Hall,
will read from the
Torah as he cele-
brates his bar mitz-
vah Saturday, Aug.
31, at Temple Israel
Piper
in West Bloomfield.
His proud grandpar-
ents are Sherry Piper, Dr. Jim Piper,
Antoinette and Victor Burson, and
Curtis Hall.
Ellis attends Novi Middle
School. He felt volunteering at the
Friendship Circle in West Bloomfield
was the most meaningful of his
mitzvah projects.

Jason Kyle Wade,

together with his
parents, Lisa and
Richard Wade, and
brother Aaron, will
celebrate his bar
mitzvah as he reads
from the Torah at
Wade
Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield
Saturday, Aug. 31. His proud grand-
parents are Susan and Jerrold
Weiner, and Sheila and Harold Guz.
He is also the grandson of the late

Kathleen and the late Thomas Wade.
Jason attends O.E. Dunckel Middle
School in Farmington Hills. Helping
at a Senior Shabbat at Temple Israel
was the mitzvah project he felt was
the most meaningful.

West Bloomfield
Commerce Township
248.926.4100

A palate expander is an appliance that fits near the roof of the mouth
(palate). It widens the palate to improve the way the upper and lower jaws fit
together (your bite) and can make more room to fit into alignment crowded
teeth. Orthodontists, when kids are growing and teeth are erupting, (or soon
to erupt), may decide, as opposed to having crowding or a need to extract
teeth in the future, to make more room with a palate expander.

Expanders may be removable or fixed. The vast majority of orthodontist
specialists use fixed or non-removable due to their greater efficiency,
predictability and inability to get lost, misplaced or not worn. Your expander
may take a few days to get used to. Chewing, swallowing, and talking may
seem awkward. Your mouth or nose may even feel tingly, or may have a
slight headache. Over-the-counter pain relievers can help you feel better at
the beginning. You will wear your expander for about 3 to 6 months.

In about a week or so, you may see gaps between your front teeth. That's a
sign the expander is working. These gaps may not form or they may close
on their own. After the expander has stopped being turned the gaps may
close and this is not a sign that expansion has been lost. The teeth have
elastic fibers between them that sometimes move the teeth back together at
different rates.

Most expanders need to be activated 1 or 2 times a day at first. You do this
with a metal key. This may be tricky the first few times you try. But soon
you'll get the hang of it.

Waterford
248-673-4100

Please call today to schedule your complimentary orthodontic
consultation at either of our locations.
2300 Haggerty Rd, Suite 1160, West Bloomfield (248)-926-4100 or
5133 Highland Road Waterford (248) 673-4100.

Jordyn Shaye Wolf,

together with her
parents, Stacy and
Eric Wolf, and sis-
ters Sydney and
Carly, will celebrate
her bat mitzvah at
Temple Israel in
Wolf
West Bloomfield,
Saturday, Aug. 31.
Sharing in the simchah will be her
proud grandmother Vita Lisnek.
Jordyn is also the granddaughter of
the late Jerry Lisnek, and the late
Sophie and late Sidney Wolf.
Jordyn attends Berkshire Middle
School in Beverly Hills. Her most
meaningful mitzvah project was
working at the Friendship Circle in
West Bloomfield, helping children
with autism learn daily tasks.

Ryan Zalla (Ari
David) of
Bloomfield Hills
gb
will become a bar
AIL mitzvah at

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Congregation
Shaarey Zedek in

Southfield on
Saturday,
Aug. 31.
Zalla
Participating in the
ceremony will be parents Dr. Steven
and Julie Zalla as well as Ryan's
brother Kyle. Proud grandparents are
Dr. Harvey and Linda Zalla of
Bloomfield Hills, Ellen and Michael
Cole, and Allan Bramson of West
Bloomfield.
Ryan is a student at West Hills
Middle School in West Bloomfield.
He felt his most meaningful mitz-
vah project was participating in the
Make-A-Wish Bicycle Tour.

248-926-4100

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