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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-09-26

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Ask the Orthodontist

Ask the Orthodontist

October is National Orthodontic Health Month!

July 16
Heather and Cory
Boyer of Glenview,
Ill., are excited to
announce the birth
of their son, Dylan
Case. Welcoming
him home are big
brothers Andrew,
6, and Matthew, 4.
Sharing in their happiness are grand-
parents Ronny and Ken Boyer of West
Bloomfield, Robin and Don Loftus of
Springfield, Ill., and great-grandmoth-
er Mary Boyer of West Bloomfield.
Dylan is named in loving memory of
his maternal great grandfather Ralph
Rahrig of Ohio.

June 15
Stephanie (Bloom)
and Jared Rosenbaum
of Huntington Woods
are delighted to
announce the birth
of their daughter,
Emily Jordyn (Efrat).
Emily was welcomed
home with hugs and
kisses from her excited 3-year-old
sister, Alexis Caitlyn. Over-the-moon
grandparents are Cheryl and Jim
Bloom, Judy and Mark Goldsmith,
and Lisa and Richard Rosenbaum.
Happy great-grandparents are Murray
Bloom, Shirley and Joe Broder, Maxine
Jackson, and Linda and Kenneth
Lenchner. Emily Jordyn is named in
loving memory of her maternal great-
grandmother Frances Fisher.

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

Licensed Specialists
for Children
& Adults

Drs. Nelson "Nick" Hersh, Marsha Beattie and Amy Isenberg realize that this is
a great opportunity to raise awareness about the importance of oral hygiene.
National Orthodontic Health Month also aims to recognize the dedicated work
of orthodontists like Drs. Hersh, Beattie & Isenberg.

West Bloomfield
Commerce Township

The AAO recommends orthodontic patients avoid the following Halloween
treats, or recipes with these ingredients:

Joshua Aaron
Chapnick will be
called to the Torah as
a bar mitzvah on
Saturday, Sept. 28, at
Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield. He
is the son of Michele
and Gary Chapnick
and brother of Alison.
His proud grandparents are Marjorie
and Phillip Lerner, Susan and Jerome
Chapnick; his great-grandmother is
Adeline Lerner.
Joshua attends Birmingham
Covington School. Volunteering at
Friendship Circle in West Bloomfield
was his most meaningful mitzvah

We will be
doing our annual


November 4th thru
November 8th

at both of our office locations.

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• Jelly beans
• Hard pretzels
• Licorice

• Bubblegum
• Ice

For more information, or to schedule your complimentary orthodontic
exam please contact Hersh-Beattie Orthodontics at (248) 926-4100,
located at 2300 Haggerty Rd. Suite 1160, in West Bloomfield or at our
newest location in Waterford at, 5133 Highland Road, (248) 673-4100.


Hillenberg will cele-
brate her bat mitzvah
at Temple Shir
Shalom on Friday,
Sept. 27. Sharing in
her celebration will
be her proud parents,
Terri and Steve
Hillenberg, and
brother and sister Jakob and Shayna.
She is thrilled to have her grandpar-
ents Harriet Chodoroff, Leonard Fidler
and Marilynn Spoon sharing in her
simchah. Annie is also the grand-
daughter of the late Dr. Sidney and the
late Florence Hillenberg.
Annie attends Clifford Smart Middle
School in Commerce Township. Her
most memorable mitzvah project was
volunteering in Detroit at Summer in
the City.

Noah Andrew
Pearlman will cele-
brate his bar mitzvah
at Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield dur-
ing Havdalah services
Saturday, Sept. 28. He
is the son of Tom
Pearlman and John
Kalina and the broth-
er of Adam. Sharing in the simchah
will be his grandparents Lois and Ben
Noah is a student at Abbott Middle
School in West Bloomfield. He helped
organize an anti-bullying campaign
at his school as one if his mitzvah
projects and felt this event was very

Binal Mitzvah on page 58


• Caramel
• Nuts
• Popcorn
(including un-popped kernels)
• Taffy


Contact office for
more details.

Jacob Michael Bean
of Franklin, together
with his parents
Lauren and Eric,
brother Alex and sis-
ter Catherine, will be
called to the Torah as
a bar mitzvah at
Shaarey Zedek in
Southfield on Saturday, Sept. 28.
Sharing in the celebration will be
proud grandparents Robert and Leslie
Jacobs, Steven and Bette Glickfield,
and Stephen and Cadine Bean.
Jacob is a student at Hillel Day
School of Metropolitan Detroit in
Farmington Hills. His most meaning-
ful mitzvah project included organiz-
ing a student-versus-faculty softball
game to raise money for JARC.

For those who don't know, October is National Orthodontic Health Month.
This is a month long event organized by the American Association of
Orthodontists, or AAO. During October, members of the American Association
of Orthodontists (AAO) conduct a wide range of activities to educate dentist,
orthodontists and their patients about protecting their teeth during Halloween,
as well as share information about the benefits of orthodontic treatment.



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