Avi Weisfogel is the co-founder and co-owner of a company called Dental Sleep Masters. Dental Sleep Masters helps people learn about sleep apnea and how to treat the condition. Some people have sleep apnea because of their teeth. If a person has sleep apnea they may have other conditions that are a direct result of the sleep apnea. A person that has sleep apnea may end up with heart disease or heart attacks. They may have issues with decrease oxygen to their brain which causes other problems. They may also be in need of machines such as C-paps and B-paps.
Avi is a person who works hard to help others. He is currently working hard to help raise money for Operation Smile. The go fund me page for Operation smile is something that Avi is recommending his colleagues to go to and donate. Donations to the Operation smile go fund me page go to help people that can not afford dental procedures. Dentists all over New Jersey are working along side of Avi Weisfogel to equip and work on the buses that are going around town offering free dental work. People that can not afford to see a dentist can now climb aboard the dental bus for free or cheap dental care.
A fan of classic rock, hip hop music, and snow skiing is also someone that loves puppies and his family. He attends sporting events such as the LA Dodgers and the Cleveland Browns games. He loves the NY Rangers and hockey games. Avi is now working with other dental professionals to set up EMR machines in their offices. The EMR or electronic medical record will help others to access medical information in emergencies and help service people even online. The system will cut down on processing time and will help others to receive the information they need quickly.
One of the most important things Avi does is help train people to recognize sleep apnea. He teaches classes and writes blogs about sleep apnea and sleep issues. Dental guards or surgical procedures can reduce the condition sometimes. Avi hopes to educate all of the dental professionals in his area on how to discover and treat apnea in their patients.