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Avi Weisfogel’s Passion For Fixing Teeth and Sleep Problems

Avi Weisfogel’s Passion For Fixing Teeth and Sleep Problems

New Jersey dentist Avi Weisfogal began his career in dentistry in his office, Old Bridge Dental Care. The New Jersey native is well-acclaimed in his work and has been honored with the title of Best Dentist multiple times throughout his career.

Avi Weisfogel attended Rutgers University where he graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and Biology. He then went on to pursue his career in dentistry by earning his Dentist degree-D.D.S at the New York College of Dentistry.

Avi Weisfogel later went on to pursue ownership in his own Dental Sleep Masters Seminars, which advises and educate people about the sleep-related problems that they may be having, namely sleep apnea. He has worked in and around the New Jersey are for nearly two decades.

He founded Heart Healthy Sleep five years ago to help him and other doctors further the knowledge and understanding of sleep-related issues. He began his mission of leading other dentists in seminars three years ago through another program, Owner Unlimited Sleep Patients. His specialty is in sleep apnea, and he has given many lectures to other dentists regarding its symptoms and solutions for stopping sleep apnea. Avi Weisfogel began his lectures with other dentists with an addition to the program two years later, Dental Sleep Masters.

Avi Weisfogel has recently started a new charitable campaign via his GoFundMe project called Operation Smile. This heart-touching project originated in 1982 and was established by Dr. William Magee and his wife. Along with other medical professionals, they began this charitable organization in the Phillippines to help unfortunate children born with oral defects, such as cleft palates and cleft lips. They gathered a group of medical professionals to assist them in their efforts.

This program is still in existence today and is now helping children all over the world with medical staff from eighty different countries. Many free surgeries have been given to over 250,000 children born with facial deformities.

Source: http://www.pr.com/press-release/653683