Avi Weisfogel, DDS is an Advocate for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Sleep Disorders

Avi Weisfogel, DDS attended Rutgers University earning of Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in biology and then attended the New York University College of Dentistry earning a Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) degree. Dr. Weisfogel pursued a career in dentistry and opened Old Bridge Dental Care in 1999 maintaining the role of manager. Dr. Weisfogel began exploring sleep and how dentists, as well as medical physicians can help patients who suffer from sleep disorders such as sleep apnea. In 2010, Dr. Weisfogel established a company, Healthy Heart Sleep that assisted medical doctors around the globe with establishing and managing sleep labs.

Armed with much knowledge about sleep disorders, Dr. Weisfogel utilizes the information to help dentists identify patients with the potential to have or develop sleep disorders and help those patients find and secure the treatment they need. There are a variety of medical related reasons someone may have a sleep disorder such as excess weight. It is believed a sleep disorder may develop due to the location of fat deposits in someone carrying extra weight. Sleep disorders are not confined by individuals with weight challenges.

Dr. Avi Weisfogel is on the forefront to help diagnose and treat individuals with sleep disorders. A great many people that suffer from such a thing remain undiagnosed. Weisfogel feel it is important for dentists and medical doctors to work together in a collaborative effort to increase awareness and provide the necessary treatment. Sleep disorders such as sleep apnea are destructive and research has revealed there is a correlation between disorders and serious medical conditions and that has been part of what prompted Dr. Avi Weisfogel to delve into the study of sleep disorders. Weisfogel founded Dental Sleep Masters to help treat and diagnose those with sleep apnea and he and his team remain committed to providing better care to his patients while increasing opportunities within the medical community.

There are new devices being developed to help treat sleep apnea and other sleep disorders, especially those that do not respond to previously developed mechanical devices. Treatment devices are becoming smaller and more user friendly. Because sleep disorders cause individuals to wake as many as 30 times during a sleep session it became clear that treatment was needed to stimulate the airway muscles to stay open.

Avi Weisfogel Excels in The Previously Untouched Area of Sleep Disorders

Graduating from Rutgers University with an undergraduate degree in Biology and Psychology and from the New York University College of Dentistry with his DDS, Dr. Avi Weisfogel is the owner of Dental Sleep Masters in New Jersey.

He has an extensive background in sleep disorders and sleep treatments. In 1999, he founded a dental practice, Old Bridge Dental Care. He managed that practice for over 15 years. During that time, he earned many awards from the dental community, earning an award for Best Dentist for numerous years.

During his time at his practice, Weisfogel started to explore the world of sleep and began learning how doctors and dentists could help patients who suffer from the sleep ailments. Finding his passion, he founded Healthy Heart Sleep in 2010 which would be a company that worked with doctors from around the globe, advising them on creating and managing sleep labs with the aim of helping patients.

Weisfogel was back at it again in 2012, establishing Owner Unlimited Sleep Patient where he would being lecturing dentists on how to not only serve sleep patients but also how to increase their sleep patient intake. After discovering he could keep doing more, he founded Dental Sleep Masters two years later to help other dentists further break into the sleep industry through the use of dentistry to help treat sleep disorders.

As owner of this innovative company, Weisfogel has established a broad knowledge of sleep apnea and other sleep disorders, using his knowledge and experience to help other dentists identify potential patients and help them get the treatment they need.

Dental Sleep Masters has developed a brand new model of care for sleep patients through primary and secondary care physicians. His idea for this model has resulted in better care for sleep patients and an increase in wonderful opportunities for the medical community.

As Weisfogel points out, almost 90 percent of those with sleep orders go undiagnosed. His Dental Sleep Masters program has helped identify prior problems in the area of sleep and has given new solutions to all of the issues within the area. His program has created a system to help treat a previously unattainable percent of those with sleep disorders.