Avi Weisfogel Giving Back to the Community
Avi Weisfogel is a dentist practicing out of New Jersey at the Old Bridge Dental Care facility. New Jersey is where Avi Weisfogel grew up and has spent most of his life. He has had a passion for dentistry since a young age and started his studies in Biology and Psychology at the Rutgers University. He earned his Bachelors degree in those fields and went on to get his Dentist Degree from the New York University College of Dentistry. Avi Weisfogel is extremely well known for his exceptional work and caring personality which has won him many accolades including the title of Best Dentist. Which he has since won numerous times.
Avi Weisfogel has since expanded his practice and now also owns the Dental Sleep Masters seminars. These seminars are held in New Jersey and allows people to come and learn about the treatment of sleep disorders and problems as well as placing special emphasis on sleep apnea. This field has become a very important part of Avi Weisfogel’s life and he has therefore dedicated 16 years of his life to it. This has given him great experience and knowledge which he is very willing to share at these seminars.
In order to help more doctors on the matter he has also started Healthy Heart Sleep as well as Owner Unlimited Sleep which allows him to teach other dentists the importance of understanding sleep apnea and its related causes. Dental Sleep Masters was another project added on by Avi Weisfogel in order to teach others on the operation of several oral devices that aid people who have existing sleep problems as well as how this disorder is linked to existing dental issues.
Due to Avi Weisfogel giving heart and charitable drive to help the community he has started a GoFundMe page to raise money for the Operation smile charity that has been active around the world since 1982. Originally started by Dr. William Magee and his wife Kathleen who was a practicing nurse at the time. They saw a need to help less fortunate children around the world who suffered from facial deformities. They started their journey in the Philippines and have since expanded into 60 different countries globally. Currently they have provided more than 250 000 free dental surgeries to young children suffering from cleft lip and cleft palates.
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