Dr. Avi Weisfogel is an academic achiever, researcher, and renowned dentist. He has dedicated his profession to assist the patient with sleep apnea problem.
What is Sleep Apnea?
Sleep apnea is a medical condition that results in pauses during breathing when sleeping. The pauses that can last up to a minute may cause choking when asleep. Therefore, it may deny the victim to have a peaceful sleep. The sleep deprivation may lead to blood-shot puffy eyes as well as wrinkles in the face of an individual.
Anyone can be affected by the sleep apnea, and many people do not have any clue about the condition. However, studies show that overweight people are affected more. This effect may be as a result of airways blockage due to excessive fat in the victim tissue. Good news is that the problem has remedies. Therefore, a victim of sleep apnea is advised to seek medical attention from a specialist.
Most of the people suffering from sleep apnea tend to visit a general physician. However, the condition can also be treated by a dentist. Thanks to Dr. Avi Weisfogel who had a passion for assisting sleep apnea patient.
About Dr. Avi Weisfogel
Based in New Jersey, Dr. Weisfogel created a successful dentistry business early in his career. He graduated from the Rutgers University with a bachelor’s degree in Biology and Psychology. Also, he attended the New York University College of Dentistry for a Doctor of Dental Surgery degree. In 1996, Dr. Avi Weisfogel began his career when he founded Old Bridge Dental Care. During his practice, he observed that some of his patients had sleeping disorders. He decided to focus on assisting such patient especially the sleep apnea.
Dr. Avi Weisfogel researched, trained, and invested in sleep disorder businesses. In 2012, he started the Owner Unlimited Sleep Patient. The program created a platform on brainstorming of expert views on sleep apnea. Later, Dr. Weisfogel launched the Dental Sleep Master’s Program. The program is tailored to assist people with sleeping disorders mainly through oral applied therapy. Also, the treatment involves oral application prescription that supports jaws when the patient is sleeping.