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Dr. Avi Weisfogel: The Versatile Dentist

August 8, 2017 by Posted in: DentistDentistrySleep Apnea

Dr. Avi Weisfogel is a dentist in the United States who has founded several organizations which provide health solutions to the society. The associations include Old Bridge Dental Care, Operation Smile, and Dental Sleep Masters. Dr. Weisfogel‘s undergraduate degree was a B.A., specializing in physics and biology, from Rutgers University. He received his DDS from New York University. Dr. Weisfogel started venturing into his career as a dentist in 1991 and has won numerous awards. He received the dentist of the year award several years in a row due to his commitment to serving his patients.
Dr. Weisfogel is a prominent dentist and a philanthropist in the United States who has shown significant experience and success in his career. He launched the GoFundMe campaign which aims at raising more than $2000 to help in running Operation Smiles. The Operation Smile team is a global aid association which offers free surgical services to children with deformities. These surgical operations done on children include cleft lips and cleft palate. The foundation operates in more than 90 countries worldwide. Dr. Weisfogel believes that children are the future leaders and should have access to the best medical care. The charity brings hope and better future for the children proving to them that there is hope despite some uncertainties.
Dr. Weisfogel is passionate about treating patients with sleep orders. That is why he founded Dental Sleep Masters in partnership with other two professional dentists. Dr. Weisfogel has changed the lives of the people suffering from sleep apnea. The organization started in April 2014, with its primary focus being on assisting patients with obstructive sleep apnea through the offering of oral applicators. The team is putting efforts to come up with improved modern methods which use the latest technology in the treatment of these conditions. Many people with disturbed breathing go undiagnosed, and they are even not aware of treatment, and these have made Dr. Weisfogel continue with the program globally.