For a growing number of people getting a good night’s sleep has become an unfulfilled dream. That’s because they suffer with sleep apnea and other sleep disorders. Over the past 20 years sleep patients have been receiving help from a surprising source, dentistry. Dentist Dr. Avi Weisfogel has been doing in-depth research and innovative experiments on viable ways to treat sleep problems through dentistry. And he has made significant breakthroughs that have improved the quality of sleep for a growing number of sleep patients. Plus Dr. Weisfogel has also been teaching other dentists how to successfully treat sleep patients.
Many patients with sleep disorders don’t get adequate sleep because of breathing problems. Dr. Avi Weisfogel has discovered several ways to use dental appliances, techniques and technologies to help people breath better and get a good night’s sleep. Plus he has taken it as a personal mission to teach as many dentists as possible how they too can help sleep patients. To do so he has created several organizations. One of the most effective is Dental Sleep Masters. Under the umbrella of Dental Sleep Masters Dr. Weisfogel tours the United States and worldwide sharing what he has learned.
Dr. Weisfogel helps dentists set up sleep labs to identify some of the 90% of people with sleep disorders that are undiagnosed. Through Dental Sleep Masters he also shares effective techniques dentists can use to address breathing related sleep problems. Dr. Weisfogel also provides dentists with a business model they can use to turn treating sleep patients into a lucrative income stream for their practices. Since 2014 when Dr. Avi Weisfogel founded Dental Sleep Masters, he has put together an impressive nationwide network of dentists trained to provide sleep patients with the treatment they need
For many sleep patients Dr. Avi Weisfogel and Dental Sleep Masters has been a godsend. The organization has helped dentists to create sleep labs to diagnose sleep disorders and provided sleep patients with the help they have long needed to ensure they get adequate sleep and prevent them from developing a wide range of very serious chronic health problems.