Avi Weisfogel is the owner and founder of the Dental Sleep Masters. He also works as an instructor of the seminars held by the company to help educate the healthcare professionals to gain knowledge in the numerous ways of treating the sleep apnea disease among the people. For him, his executive background in the sleep-related disorders makes him the best person to work for the people. His first dental practice, the Old Bridge Dental Care, is based in New Jersey. This company was founded in 1999. For more than 15 years of professional experience in the founding and selling of businesses, he has earned the accolades of communities including multiple awards as the best Dentist of the year.
During this time, Dr. Avi worked through the determination and exploration of numerous sleep-related disorders in the country. As a matter of fact, he worked to develop multiple solutions to this sleep problem affecting millions of Americans. He has also worked to help the health care professionals through the many ways of treating and determining these sleep-related problems. The Healthy Heat Sleep, which he founded in 2010, is one of the companies which work with dental care professionals and doctors in the world to have them advised on the management and establishment of sleep labs.
Dr. Avi, in 2012, founded and established the Unlimited Sleep Patient Company which offers lectures on how to serve and increase the sleep patients. In 2014, Dr. Avi became the founder and seminar instructor of the Dental Sleep Masters which works to help numerous dentists from around the world experience and break into the world of sleep sickness. This seminar works to help the health care professionals treat their dental sleep-related problems through the oral applications.
Dr. Avi is a bachelor’s degree holder in Psychology and Biology from the University of Rutgers. He also owns a DDS from the University of New York and the Dentistry College. He is the owner of the Dental Sleep Masters which draws an in-depth knowledge in the production of treatment to patients in his lab. For more than 15 years, his career has been sent to a dentist.