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Avi Weisfogel’s Journey to Success


Born on March 7, 1972, Avi Weisfogel is a dentist based in New Jersey, USA. He is the proud owner of Dental Sleep Masters Seminar Instructor. Avi founded Old Bridge Dental Care in 1999. This was his own dental practice, which as manager, led to the attainment of many accolades including Best Dentist for several years. It was during this time that Avi started building his background on sleep treatment and helping people with sleeping disorders. Along with other dentists and physicians, he founded the Healthy Heart Sleep in 2010. This company advised doctors on the establishment and management of sleep labs. Weisfogel would then found Owner Unlimited Sleep Patient in 2012 and Dental Sleep Masters in 2014. He used this as a channel to teach other dentists on how to increase and serve patients. Avi Weisfogel advised on the use of oral appliances to treat dental disorders. Click Here for full article.

In 2012, Weisfogel developed a system that creates around 300 oral appliance patients per month. He was driven to this route by the lack of a successful marketing strategy that could lead to a stable stream of oral appliance patients. This was despite Avi becoming a successful marketer of implants and full mouth rehabs. However, since his success with Dental Sleep Masters in 2014, he has been able to reach more dentists and physicians. Watch Video .

The Dental Sleep Master-owner earned a BA in biology and psychology from Rutgers University. He later advanced to get a DDS from New York University College of Dentistry. He now has vast knowledge of sleep apnea. Weisfogel explains that the condition can affect people of all ages, and the risk increases with increase in age and weight. This may be caused by the deposition of fat around the waist or neck area. It is no surprise that half of the patients with the condition carry excess weight, but it does not mean that the condition is confined to overweight people. People with wide necks, over 16 inches, may also be at a risk of breath obstruction while sleeping due to the excess flesh. Other conditions that may cause similar problems are diabetes, high blood pressure, enlarged tonsils and a smoking problem.

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