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Ask the Orthodontist

"Over-bites."

The term over-bite refers to the amount of vertical overlap of the front teeth.
Too much, or insufficient over-bite can cause problems. The mal-occlusion
known as over-bite deserves attention because it can potentially interfere with
speaking, swallowing, chewing foods and often considered a cosmetic concern
as well.

Ask the Orthodontist

Greenberg-Pearlman

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ebbie and Dan Greenberg of
Homewood, Ill., and Barbara
and Harvey Pearlman of
Commerce Township are delighted to
announce the engagement of their children
Stephanie Elise Greenberg and Adam Ryan
Pearlman.
Stephanie received her bachelor's degree
from the University of Colorado and her
juris doctor from the John Marshall Law
School. She is a partner in the family law
firm of Greenberg and Sinkovits.
Adam graduated from the Broad College
of Business at Michigan State University and
is pursuing a master's degree in information systems at DePaul University. He is
employed by the Hackett Group as a consultant.
Stephanie and Adam live in Chicago. An August wedding is planned in
Chicago.

Excessive over-bite, or a deep bite, is too much overlap of the front teeth. A
parent noticing that the lower front teeth are not visualized very much when
the teeth are closed together can detect this. This situation means excessive
force from biting, is conveyed to the front teeth (which are smaller than the
back teeth and not designed to take that force).This can lead to excessive wear,
fracturing and chipping of teeth, and may even predispose the individual to
future TMD, which are jaw joint difficulties. Sometimes the over-bite may be so
deep that the lower front teeth actually reach the roof of the mouth which can
lead toward other problems. This is referred to as a deep impinging over-bite.

Dr. Nelson Hersh
Dr. Marsha Beanie
Dr. Amy Isenberg

Insufficient over-bite is referred to as an anterior (or front) open-bite. This
not only creates a cosmetic issue but also without the front teeth able to bite
together properly, may lead to excessive force on the posterior or back teeth.
This can lead to excessive wear and future restorative dental needs such as
crowns etc.

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for Children
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Parents with any orthodontic concerns for their child should consult an
orthodontist to discuss alternatives and the benefits of orthodontic treatment.
As a dental specialist, an orthodontist has elected to limit his or her practice
to this specific area of expertise and has received additional training by an
accredited dental school for advanced education.

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Casini-Pohlman

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heryl and Fabrizio Casini of
Farmington Hills are thrilled to
announce the engagement of their
daughter Gabrielle Hannah to Brent Robert
Pohlman, son of Mary and Robert Pohlman
of Fair Lawn, N.J.
Gabrielle graduated from the University
of Michigan and received a law degree from
Tulane Law School in New Orleans. She
works as an attorney at Smith & Brink P.C.
in New Jersey.
Brent graduated from Dickinson College
in Pennsylvania and received a law degree
from Seton Hall University. He works as an
attorney at Biancamano & Di Stefano P.C. in
New Jersey.

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Jodi graduated from Western Michigan
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