Avi Weisfogel, born on 7/3/1972 in New Jersey, is an expert who specializes in treatment of disorders caused by sleep using dental formula. He holds a B.A. in biology and psychology from Rutgers University as well as DDS in dentistry from New York College of Dentistry respectively. Avi Weisfogel has made tremendous progress in his career after completing his education. This has enabled him to become a recognized specialist.
Despite working as a dentist for 15 years, he has had passion in treatment of disorders caused by sleep. This prompted him to venture into the world of sleep. Dr. Avi Weisfogel’s determination made him recognized for several years as the Best Dentist. He later created Healthy Heart Sleep in 2010 that comprises of doctors all over the word and explained how sleep labs should be run.
Dr. Avis’ Approach to Sleep Apnea
In 2012, Avi was on the forefront of lecturing dentists on how to service and better patients with sleep disorders after creating Owner Unlimited Sleep Patient. In the year 2014, he created Dental Sleep Masters with the aim of helping dentist to learn more about sleep apnea and its treatment orally. This has greatly been of help to other physicians who joined him by attending and treating more patients effectively. A combination of clinical support and high education level with advanced business ideas transform a doctors’ experience and practice.
Positive criticism and his approach to regional marketing enabled him to work harder and better his business. Praying, working hard, writing down any idea he thinks of, and being humble in his profession are some of the catalysts to his success. His love for family inspired him to help children who are vulnerable in the society
Technological Involvement in Sleep Apnea Treatment
Due to technological innovation, it has been easy for medical experts to tell the effects of sleep apnea. Dr. Avi believes that problems such as diabetes, metabolic syndrome, chronic heart failure, stroke, motor vehicle fatalities, injuries at workplaces, anxiety, depression, and cardiovascular diseases are caused by sleep apnea. He has been working to ensure that this problem is addressed extensively, since more than 90% of patients suffering from sleep disorders go untreated. He is working to improving the lives of the community at large for both patients and medical practitioners.