Professionalism and a caring attitude is what sets Avi Weisfogel apart from his peers. He is also recognized as the Best Dentist in his region for the past couple of years. He cares about his patients and continues to research and study to ensure that every patient gets the best care possible.
A New Jersey native he attended school at Rutgers University and attained a degree in Psychology and Biology. He then went on to New York University College Of Dentistry where he earned his DDS. He has become a well respected dentist and an entreprenuer over the course of his career.
Avi Weisfogel operates a sleep business in which he helps people to understand their sleep disorders and issues. He focuses on sleep apnea and has sixteen years experience working with patients to help them get a better night’s sleep. He is presently working with other doctors to help them understand sleep disorders and the issues that accompany them.
As a dentist he researches the many devices that can be used to help with sleep apnea. He has found that there are some issues associated with these devices that can affect dental health. He works hard to help educate his fellow dentists as to these drawbacks so that they can offer better care for their patients. Avi Weisfogel has also commenced giving public speeches that educate and aid fellow dentists and medical professionals on how to help their patients with sleep disorders.
This group aids children around the world who have cleft lips and cleft palates. This group also deals with other facial deformities as well. Dr Magee who runs the program offers surgeries to help eradicate these issues for children and teens.
The program was started in the Philipines in 1982. Since that time they have become a worldwide program that helps low income children get the help they need to have a better life and a better smile. Dr. Weisfogel has started a GoFundMe page to help with donations for the program.
A better smile helps one to have a better outloook on their own life. Operation Smile strives to help children around the world to show their smile with pride and have a better life.
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