In a recent article published in PR Newswire, it discusses Dr. Avi Weisfogel’s groundbreaking work on sleep apnea. Specifically, it tells of Dr. Weisfogel’s business, Dental Sleep Masters work in the area of sleep apnea, as they try to find advancements that help those with this sleeping disorder. Before discussing the article, however, it is important to know some of Avi Weisfogel’s previous work and what he has accomplished in his life.
Before his involvement in the dental business, Dr. Avi Weisfogel was owner and chief lecturer for Owner Unlimited Sleep Patient in New Jersey. This information is found on multiple websites. As a lecturer, Dr. Weisfogel taught students how to increase the number of sleep patients they received by holding sleep programs as well as offering teaching courses on the sleep disorder. Dr. Weisfogel found success around the country in teaching physicians how to run sleep labs for patients. It was also during this time that he owned Old Bridge Dental Care, his dental practice from 1999 to 2010.
Beyond his involvement in the dental business as well as his research in sleep apnea, Dr. Weisfogel is a very affable gentleman that enjoys the outdoors. One website mentions how he enjoys skiing. He is also an avid fan of the LA Dodgers, LA Lakers, and Cleveland Browns. He is also known to be family orientated, as well as have a love for dogs. His life outside of work truly shows how he is a caring and fun individual that also has a devoted care for others.
The article by PR Newswire highlights how significant Dr. Weisfogel’s research has become to physicians as well as other dentists. The article tells of how Dr. Weisfogel and Dental Sleep Masters has created a new model for primary and secondary physicians and the sleep labs they operate. It shows unity between all of them. The article explains how this model provides better results for the patients. It shows a positive and innovative step to solving sleep apnea It ultimately shows how beneficial and influential Dr. Weisfogel is in helping those struggling with sleep apnea.