Sweet Dreams with Avi Weisfogel

People do all sorts of things to help improve their health and quality of life. Whether it’s exercise, eating a healthy diet or taking supplements, it takes several factors to help improve your health. However, there is an important part that is missing from this equation and that would be getting a good nights sleep. The bottom line is, you need to get at least seven hours of sleep each night to avoid several health-related issues. Lack of proper sleep is linked to a wide variety of problems such as premature aging, cardiovascular issues and loss of concentration.

One of the biggest causes of sleep deprivation is sleep apnea. Until very recently, there were not many options for patients. This is when a dentist like Avi Weisfogel can help you. He is a man on a mission to let the world know that sleep disorders can be treated through dentistry. Normally people do not think of consulting a dentist when talking about sleep apnea.

This is why Avi founded Dental Sleep Masters, which not only helps patients with sleep apnea, he also trains other dentists in the science of treating sleep apnea. The training he gives to other dentists is a comprehensive program that includes everything a dentist needs to become successful. He helps patients with oral appliances which he himself developed after trying different techniques and spending a lot of money.

Dr. Wesfogel graduated from New York University with a degree in Dental Surgery. After graduating, he set up his own practice and became immediately successful. It was during his practice as a dentist that he found out from talking to patients that a lot of them were suffering from sleep disorders. This is when he decided to stop practicing dentistry and become a full-time sleep disorder specialist. However, it took him another 10 years or so, to turn his practice into the success story it is today.As an avid sports enthusiasts, when he is not working at his office, Old Bridge Dental Care, he likes to spend his time playing tennis and watching basketball.