Over the years, Dr. Avi Weisfogel has helped many of his patients recover from sleep disorders. It turns out dentists are the doctors on the front lines of detecting and treating this malady of sleep apnea. It also has become modern knowledge that lack of sleep is related to many physiological problems an diseases. Some strokes have been connected to sleep apnea, as well. His practice has worked to successfully help many of his patients and with all known issues being treated.

 

Some seemingly unrelated problems, such as cardiovascular diseases and even diabetes have been correlated by Dr. Avi Weisfogel in his studies. Over the years, Dr. Weisfogel has solved each issue causing sleep apnea. He started the clinic to help his patients, and in the process he has found that most people with sleep apnea go undiagnosed. He has developed medical treatments that deal with the problem effectively. Dr. Weisfogel has published articles about the dangers of sleep apnea and also has described innovative solutions for effectively treating the debilitating condition.

 

Dr. Avi Weisfogel utilizes his Dental Sleep Masters clinic to educate and bring expertise in dealing with sleep apnea to many other physicians, practicing many disciplines. His professional technicians are expert in performing sleep studies from their labs. Many of the things they are discovering about sleep disorders are becoming new solutions for all doctors, everywhere. Weisfogel has come a long ways from his first career for 15 years at Old Bridge Dental Care. He learned well all the physical maladies that Dentists, as doctors, deal with on a regular basis.

 

Dr. Weisfogel first became interested in studying sleep disorder problems while at Old Bridge. He went on to start several sleep apnea clinics. His community has loaded him up with awards, such as his regular win of the Best Dentist award, year after year. He founded Dental Sleep Masters in 2014 with a first goal of helping other dentists begin to treat sleep apnea with new, high-tech oral instruments. He has DDS degree from the New York University College of Dentistry and a BA in biology and psychology from Rutgers University.