Dr. Avi Weisfogel has been using dentistry to treat patients suffering with sleep problems for decades. It’s something he has been working on ever since he was a student at NYU School of Dentistry. When he opened Old Bridge Dental Care in New Jersey in 1999, not only did he provide patients with award-winning dental services, he also began successfully treating patients with sleep problems. His success has led him to reach out to dentists all over the world to share his breakthroughs in treating sleep problems using dental techniques and common dental appliances and more information click here.
In 2010 Dr. Avi Weisfogel founded Healthy Heart Sleep. The goal of the organization was to raise awareness among dentists that it was possible to help people suffering with sleep apnea and other sleep problems through the use of dental techniques and technologies. Dr. Weisfogel took his crusade even further when he founded Owner Unlimited Sleep Patient in 2012. At that point he began touring worldwide telling dentists about ways to treat people with sleep issues and encouraging them to set up sleep labs. Then in 2014 he established Dental Sleep Masters and created a growing network of dentists treating sleep patients with dental appliances.
Dr. Weisfogel’s work has been very successful. He has been able to help both dentists and patients with sleep issues. The dentists have been able to expand their practices, help more people and become more profitable. Patients with sleep problems now have more effective treatment options at their disposal. This has improved the quality of life for countless people that had not enjoyed a restful night’s sleep in years. Dr. Weisfogel has now started a movement that will only continue to grow as more dentists realize they too can bring relief to people suffering with sleep disorders and learn more about Avi.
But the job is not yet complete. Dr. Avi Weisfogel continues to speak to dentists all over the U.S. and internationally about using dental appliances and dental techniques to treat sleep disorders. And he continues to do research looking for more, newer and better ways dentists can help people struggling with breathing related sleep problems and Avi’s lacrosse camp.