Dr. Avi Weisfogel is the founder of Dental Sleep Master Seminar Instructor located in New Jersey. He has specialized in sleep disorders and their treatment. Dr. Avi Weisfogel studied pursued BA in biology and psychology at Rutgers University. He also studied his DDS at the New York University College of Dentistry. He founded Old Bridge Dental Care in 1999 and operated the office for more than 15 years.
In 2010, Avi established Healthy Heart Sleep Company. This firm works with doctors across the globe on managing and establishing sleep jabs. In 2012, Dr.Avi developed Owner Unlimited Sleep Patient and started training dentists on efficient ways of increasing and serving sleeping patients. He explains why people who are overweight are the ones’ who are prone to high risk of sleep apnea because of the way fat deposits press their airway. In 2014, Avi Weisfogel tried to help the dentists to comprehend the world of sleep by establishing Dental Sleep Masters.
Dental Sleep Master model identifies problems surrounding sleep and tries to solve them. The model tries to come up with a positive environment for secondary care doctor, certified sleep physician, patients, and DME providers. This model has increased their client base since many dentists across the world have adopted this technique in treat their patients. The program strives to offer high-level clinical support and provides innovative education services that improve dentist practice.
Dr. Avi’s inspiration on the idea of establishing Dental Sleep Masters came from the fact that he had 15years experience in being a dentist and being interested in the world of sleep medicine. He also had a keen interest in marketing and business which made him join dentistry marketing clubs. In 2010 when he founded his company and developed a clear market strategy that saw him develop 250-300 oral appliances patients per mouth.
Dr. Avi tries to help dentist improve their knowledge on sleep disorder by sharing useful information with them so that they can assist their patients to get the treatment they need.