Ever since he began working on his degree in dentistry, Avi Weisfogel DDS has been interested in the link between breathing-related sleep problems and dentistry. It’s a topic on which he’s done years of research. And he’s been able to find a number of viable solutions. Dr. Weisfogel is now working with dentists all across the U.S. and around the world teaching them the dental techniques that can be used to help people with a problem sleeping because of breathing issues. The solutions he has devised have helped countless patients with sleep apnea and other conditions to finally get a good night’s sleep.
A graduate of NYU College of Dentistry, Dr. Avi Weisfogel has been providing dental patients with dental implants, cosmetic dentistry, eliminating dental fears and helping people get the bright smiles they want for decades. The exemplary work he has done at his Old Bridge Dental Care practice in East Brunswick, New Jersey has won him ‘Best Dentist’ numerous times. But Dr. Avi Weisfogel does much more than that. He has also been able to use his dental practice to help people suffering with a wide range of sleep disorders to find relief through the use of dental appliances and other very effective techniques.
He founded Healthy Heart Sleep in 2010, Owner Unlimited Sleep Patient in 2012 and Dental Sleep Master in 2014 to show physicians and dentists all around the world ways to help patients with sleep related issues. He offers them advice on how to establish and manage sleep labs. Dr. Weisfogel also helps dentists enlarge their practices by treating sleep patients. Through the establishment of Dental Sleep Masters he’s been able to help a growing number of dentists become involved in the treatment of sleep disorders using oral appliances and a number of other methods.
Over the past few decades Dr. Weisfogel has made a number of very valuable contributions to the treatment of a wide variety of breathing related sleep problems. His work has benefitted both dentists seeking to increase the reach of their practices and patients with sleep problems that were desperately seeking help.