Avi Weisfogel is a leading dentist who has also taken on treating his patients who suffer from sleep disorders. Dr. Avi Weisfogel believes dentists are the front line treatment providers for sleep apnea diagnosis, treatment, and recovery. These days, doctors are well aware that all the latest research confirms how important getting good sleep is to a person’s overall health. Problems as serious as strokes and heart problems have been connected to sleep apnea and other sleep disorders. Weisfogel is a dentist with a doctor’s eye for the way diseases are often connected and easy to mistake for something less serious. This is certainly the case with sleep apnea and other serious sleep issues.
Dr. Weisfogel’s practice has assisted in the recovery from sleep apnea for many of this patients. The disease diabetes had also been found to have correlative conditions around sleep apnea. The good dental doctor has developed quite effective treatment methods for sleep apnea. Each patient presents with sleep problems slightly differently. That is why Dr. Weisfogel started adding sleep studies and treatment for sleep disorder issues in his dental patients through his sleep disorders clinic.
What Dr. Weisfogel found is that most sleep problems go unreported and untreated. It actually can become a real handicap that degrades a person’s health, chronically, over time. He calls it his Dental Sleep Masters clinic. He uses the place as a teaching clinic to help other medical professionals to become knowledgeable about sleep apnea and other sleep disorders and the effective treatments he uses in his clinic to treat the problems. His sleep study labs in the clinic are state-of-the-art.
Dr. Avi Weisfogel first became interested in sleep problems while he worked at Old Bridge Dental Care. He was there for a decade and a half. He has started several sleep disorder treatment clinics, and he has the many awards to prove it. He also regularly wins the Best Dentist award. He Founded Dental Sleep Masters Clinic in 2014. His DDS is from New York University College of Dentistry. He has a BA in psychology and another degree in biology from Rutgers.