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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-09-12

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Parents and kids are continually amazed at the modern and patient
friendly techniques that are now routinely utilized in orthodontics.

Ask the Orthodontist

June 28
Laura Been
and Andrew
Golaszewski of
Minn., are happy to
announce the birth
of their son, Owen

Golaszewski Louis Golaszewski.

Owen's middle
name is in memory of his great-
grandfather Louis Been. Proud
grandparents are Claudia and Ken
Been of Farmington Hills, and Kathy
and John Golaszewski of Grand

June 24


Jackie and Jeff
Graham of Chicago
announce with
much love the
birth of their
daughter, Rowan
Elise. Sharing in
their happiness are
grandparents Iris
and Howard Rosen,

Discomfort has been minimized with the elimination of heavy forces. More
efficient and lighter forces with archwires made of new materials have

Arnie Gilbert, and Margie and Tom
Graham of Grand Rapids. Rowan is
named after her great-grandmother
Regina Gilbert-Baskin and great-
great-grandmother Sally Kramer.

May 23
Shari (Katz) and
Heyden Graham of
West Bloomfield
announce with love
the arrival of their
daughter, Hannah
Joy (Channa Rena).
Excited first-time
grandparents are
Ralph and Susan
Katz of Farmington Hills, and Scott
and Debra Graham of Monterey,
Calif. Proud great-grandmother is
Roberta Mahler of Palm Springs,
Calif. Hannah is named in loving
memory of her maternal great-
grandmother Helen Wicherski,
maternal great-grandfather Joseph
Katz and paternal great-grandfather
Jack Mahler.

brought many smiles to orthodontic patients. Some wires that cause
movement are temperature sensitive, so patients have more control as
to the level of comfort and speed at which the teeth move. Warm foods
and mouth temperatures activate some of these wires, while if a patient

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

Licensed Specialists
for Children
& Adults

West Bloomfield
Commerce Township


feels uncomfortable, a cold drink brings a smile. Headgears are virtually a
technique of the past as alternative techniques now exist. The actual braces
have become smaller, so less noticeable, with the added benefit that with
smaller brackets come lighter forces. Titanium braces are available for added
comfort or a different look. Clear braces have been improved to resist stain
and are almost invisible.

Fun and creativity can be brought into the picture as patients can now elect
and change the colors used for the braces monthly. You may even choose
glow in the dark colors as there may be as many as 70 colors to choose from
at each appointment.

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.



Wolfson chanted
the Haftorah for
his bar mitzvah on
Saturday, Aug. 31,
at the Woodward
Avenue Shul. He is
the son of Julie Wolf
and the younger
brother of Abigail
and Joseph Wolfson. He is also the

son of Allan (Jordana) Wolfson
and stepbrother of Yoni, Ari and
Ilon Weiss; grandson of Roz Wolf,
Sarah Wolfson and Seymour (Lea)
Ari went to Akiva for elementary
school and is now an eighth-grader
at Norup International School in Oak
Park. His mitzvah project involves
donating books to Children's


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248.910.055 5


velyn and Fred Freeman of
Farmington Hills are delighted
to announce the engagement
of their son Daniel Joshua Freeman to
Rebecca Marlo Zylberman of Owings
Mills, Md.
Dan is an honors graduate of Yale
University and Yale University Law
School. He is employed as a trial attorney
with the Civil Rights Division of the U.S.
Department of Justice.
Rebecca is an honors graduate of
American University. She is employed by
the British Council.
A fall wedding is planned in Washington, D.C., where the couple will






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