The Career And Philanthropy Of Dr. Avi Weisfogel

Dr. Avi Weisfogel is the Founder of Dental Sleep Masters Seminar Instructor. He established this firm in order to help dentists build their practices by learning how to treat people with sleep disorders through the use of dental appliances. He also shows them how to market their practices to these people so that they can increase the number of patients they see and the revenue they bring in.

As a prior dentist himself. Dr. Avi Weisfogel is very familiar with what it’s like to operate a dental practice. He owned his own private dental practice, Old Bridge Dental Care, which he had established in 1999. Over the course of his dental career he was the recipient of a number of local dentistry awards including being named as the Best Dentist in his region of New Jersey a number of different years.

While working as a dentist, Dr. Avi Weisfogel became increasingly interested in studying sleep disorders. The most dangerous type of sleep disorders is sleep apnea. People who have sleep apnea stop breathing during the night which cuts off oxygen to their bodies and brains. A lack of oxygen can lead to all sorts of health problems such as cardiovascular disease, heart attacks, and strokes. Dr. Weisfogel discovered ways that he could treat his patients with these types of disorders which became his passion.

Today, Dr. Weisfogel travels around the nation and shows other dentists how to help people who suffer from sleep disorders. He both provides lectures as well as one on one support. He has said that he’s found a satisfaction in this profession that eluded him to a certain extent while he was a practicing dentist.

As a philanthropist, Dr. Avi Weisfogel has supported a number of charities over the years. In late 2016 he set up a Go Fund Me page for a very important cause to him as a former dentist, Operation Smile. Operation smile sends teams of dentists and surgeons that perform dental surgery for disadvantaged children around the world. Their focus is on providing surgeries for children who suffer from cleft palates but they help children with regular dental issues as well.