Dr. Avi is the founder and the managing director of Dental Sleep Masters in New Jersey. He has vast knowledge and experience on sleep disorder therapies and dentistry. Avi studied biology at Rutgers University and later trained as a dentist at NYC University College of Dentistry.
Avi started his career journey as a dentist in 1999 and has always been up-to-date on matters of dental health care as well as sleep apnea treatment. Weisfogel has held the clinical office for 15 years with excellent work performance leading to earning him several accolades including the Best Dentist for multiple years. During his tenure in dentistry, Weisfogel explored the world of sleep-related disorders and learned more about how dentists and physicians would help patients who suffer from sleep disorders through his venture Healthy Heart Sleep.
He launched the Owner Unlimited Sleep Patent and started teaching dentists how to increase and serve patients with sleep disorders. Dental Sleep Masters was started in 2014 to help dentists venture into the sleep disorders treatment through the use of oral appliances therapies. Avi uses his vast expertise in medicine to help dentists identify and treat the potential patients as he helps patients secure the treatment that they need. Avi Weisfogel idea materialized mainly because of his commitment, experience, and marketing expertise. He also never shies away from positive criticism.
The Dental Sleep Masters is in the forefront in dealing with sleep apnea. It is a disorder that affects patients causing them to produce periodic pauses while breathing or shallow breaths when sleeping. It is also characterized by snoring and choking when someone is sleeping. To some extent, it is not notable and as a patient, you might think that you are in the normal state of health.
Weisfogel has used her skills in dentistry not only as the dentist but as a specialist who sees the need for the treatment of sleep apnea. He has earned reputation over the years, and his clinical work has created a bond with many clients that have passed in his able hands. Sleep apnea is treated using lifestyle changes, breathing devices such as the continuous positive airway pressure or CPAP device.