The recent escalating cases of sleep apnea conditions and their effects led to new research. It was discovered that the disease affects individuals that suffer from stroke, diabetes and cardiovascular diseases. These findings heightened the need for more research in order to find treatment for the serious condition. Dr. Avi Weisfogel is taking up a leading role in supporting the cause. He is the founder of Dental Sleep Masters. Avi has an extensive experience in treating sleep apnea. Dental Sleep Masters has come in to rescue the situation. The entity seeks to create awareness about the condition and possible treatment since 90% of victims are do not know about the ailment.

 The program has changed the face of dentistry. This is because it has come up with a unique model that seeks to improve the quality of care for patients besides creating opportunities in the medical field. Through the new model, both primary and secondary dentists, including certified sleep physicians, will learn about sleep apnea. They will also know how to administer the required treatment. This treatment is anticipated to increase in coming years as new devices are developed. Progress is being made to make the devices smaller and more adaptable. In addition, researchers have developed a treatment that stimulates the upper airway muscles to ensure it stays open and help patients sleep comfortably at night.

 

About Avi Weisfogel

 Dr. Avi Weisfogel founded Dental Sleep Masters in 2014. He attended Rutgers University and New York University College of Dentistry where he graduated with a BA in Biology and Psychology and a DDS respectively. His deep passion for dentistry saw him establish Old Bridge Dental Care, which he operated for 15 years, earning him awards and recognition including “Best Dentist” on several occasions. In 2010, he founded Healthy Sleep. Later, he started offering lectures on sleep apnea and treatment.

Avi Weisfogel started Dental sleep Masters in order to provide physicians with significant knowledge and tools required to treat sleep apnea. His long-term experience with sleep disorders and treatment has seen him guide Dental Sleep masters’ physicians in diagnosing the ailment and giving them oral appliances to cure sleep apnea.