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Ask the Orthodontist

Ask the Orthodontist

October is National Orthodontic Health Month!

For those who don't know, October is National Orthodontic Health Month.

This is a month long event organized by the American Association of

Kovacs

Jayme Kovacs,

Jacob Gordon Seel

daughter of Nicole
and Rick Kovacs
and sister of Jake
Kovacs, was called
to the Torah as a
bat mitzvah on
Friday, Oct. 4, at

will celebrate his
bar mitzvah at

Temple Shir
Shalom in West

Bloomfield. Sharing in the simchah
were grandparents Judith Newman
and Peter Trepeck, Sanford and
Jackie Layne, and great-grandmother
Phyllis Newman. Jayme is also the
granddaughter of the late Florence
and the late James Kovacs, and the
great-granddaughter of the late
Albert Newman.
Jayme attends West Hills Middle
School in Bloomfield Hills. For her
main mitzvah project, she volun-
teered her time to a charity that
her parents are very passionately
involved with, ORT America.

Drew Emerson
Levine, together

with his parents,
Cindy and Bruce
Levine, and siblings
Blake, Alec and
Shane, will cele-
brate his bar mitz-
Levine
vah during
Havdalah services
Saturday, Oct. 12, at Temple Israel
in West Bloomfield. Sharing in the
simchah will be his proud grandpar-
ents Ilene and Murray Gittleman,
Beverly Levine, and Carol and Alvin
Levine.
Drew attends Birmingham
Covington School. He organized a
movie-under-the-stars fundraiser
for Make-A-Wish Foundation and
felt this was a creative and meaning-
ful way to raise funds as part of his
mitzvah experience.

Jenna Sloane Moss,

together with her
parents, Alyssa
Moss and Dr. Steven
Moss, will celebrate
her bat mitzvah
Friday, Oct. 11, at
Temple Israel in
Moss
West Bloomfield.
She is the sister of
Jared. Her grandparents are Marsha
and Jerry Moss, and Linda and Don
Orseck.
Jenna attends Walnut Creek
Middle School in Walled Lake. Her
most meaningful project involved
the Meow Mitzvah Mission of Israel.

Congregation Beth
Israel in Ann Arbor

on Saturday Oct. 12.
He is the son of
Bradley Seel and
Seel
Rachel Seel. Sharing
in the simchah will
be his sister Alexandra and brother
Noah. His proud grandparents are
Phyllis Seel, Kent and Ronnie
Moncur, and Betty Newman. Jake is
also the grandchild of the late Allen
Seel and the late George Newman.
Jake is a student at Tappen Middle
School in Ann Arbor. His most
memorable mitzvah project was
volunteering his time with cancer
patients.

Ethan Shimones of

Orthodontists, or AAO. During October, members of the American Association

of Orthodontists (MO) 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.

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

Drs. Nelson "Nick" Hersh, Marsha Beattie and Amy Isenberg realize that this is

Licensed Specialists
for Children
& Adults

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
248.926.4100

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

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

Waterford
248-673-4100

We will be
doing our annual

HALLOWEEN
CANDY BUY BACK

November 4th thru
November 8th

at both of our office locations.

Contact office for
more details.

• 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.

Canton marked his
his bar mitzvah at

Temple Shir
Shalom in West

Bloomfield on Oct.
5. He is the son of
Paul and Stacey
Ethan
Shimones, brother
Shimones
of Zoe Shimones
and grandson of Phil
and Vicki Goldsmith, and Frank and
Mary Shimones.
Ethan is a student at Pioneer
Middle School in the Plymouth-
Canton Public Schools. He has
volunteered for the past year on
Sundays to assist in the lower ele-
mentary classroom at Sunday school,
aiding in Hebrew and religious stud-
ies.

Zoe Shimones of

248-926-4100

www.hershbeattieortho.com

Please loin us at

ISUNDANCEI

SHOES

for a

Canton celebrated
her bat mitzvah at

Temple Shir
Shalom in West

Bloomfield on Oct.
5. She is the daugh-
ter of Paul and
Zoe Shimones
Stacey Shimones,
sister of Ethan
Shimones and granddaughter of Phil
and Vicki Goldsmith, and Frank and
Mary Shimones.
Zoe is a student at Pioneer Middle
School in the Plymouth-Canton
Public Schools. She has volunteered
her time assisting the Michigan
Human Society.

NAOT

shoes and boots made in Israel

TRUNK SHOW - ONE DAY ONLY

THURSDAY, OCT. 1 7, 201 3
11:00 AM— 5:30 PM

FREE GIFT WITH PURCHASE
REFRESHMENTS ALL DAY

248-737-9059

6915 Orchard Lake Rd • West Bloomfield
On the Boardwalk

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