Avi Weisfogal Is The Man to Ask About Sleep Apnea

If there is any man who knows everything there is to know about sleep and sleep-related disorders including sleep apnea; it has to be Dr. Avi Weisfogal. Though he started his medical career as a dentist, he became interested in learning about the ways in which dentists and physicians can help their patients suffering from sleep disorders. This made him found Healthy Heart Sleep in 2010, a company that collaborated with physicians around the world and provided them with inputs about the establishing and running of sleep labs.

 

Furthermore, Wesfogal established Owner Unlimited Sleep Patient under whose auspices he began to lecture dentists on ways of helping patients suffering from sleep disorders including sleep apnea. As a matter of fact, Dr. Avi Weisfogal’s ownership of Dental Sleep Masters gave him an opportunity to acquire detailed knowledge of sleep apnea, which has stood him in good stead in his endeavors to inform and educate other dentists and physicians about the condition.

 

The multi-faceted man that Dr. Avi Weisfogal is, he has tried everything from dentistry to treating sleep disorders and entrepreneurship. This is reflected in his education as well, as he is a BA in both biology and psychology from the Rutgers University and a DDS from the New York University College of Dentistry.

 

Weisfogal is quite an interesting man in that he is an achiever, be it as a well- known dentist, an advocate for the better understanding of sleep disorders by physicians and dentists, or his ability to be able to identify a niche for a new kind of business. That is exactly what he did with his diversifying into sleep-related problems from his core dentistry.

 

If you ask Weisfogal as to what he likes most about his life, it would be the fact that he gets to interact with people from diverse industries from around the world and examine new exciting possibilities. His advice to anyone trying to be super successful at what they do is to be willing to repeat what one does until one is perfect and to accept constructive criticism, as that helps one grow.