Passion, a keen interest and commitment to studying and analyzing sleep disorder led Dr Avi Weisfogel to start his own company the Dental Sleep Masters. The company aim goal is to diagnosing and treating sleep apnea to patients. Formerly a dentist, he believes that sleep disorder is related to most of the lifestyle diseases including hypertension, stroke and diabetes. The company is able focused on devising models that can be used by physicians, dentists and other medics to help their patients who may have sleep disorders and help them recover from this condition. Moreover, by investing his time in this project, he intends to create more awareness on this condition that has been ignored for so many years and together with his team, wishes to speak to as many people as they possibly can to treat this condition.
Dr Avi is also a successful entrepreneur and a marketer. He obtained a degree in Biology a Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey-New Brunswick and also went ahead to get a DDS, Dentistry from NYU College of Dentistry. His DDS got him a dentistry job for fifteen years even though his passions were elsewhere. Even so, as an entrepreneur he has mastered the skill of marketing and uses it to study and comprehend his industry. When asked what trend he loves by Ideamensch, Dr Avi points out the need to interact with people from different backgrounds and engaging into conversations with them. People have different ideas and by learning the different needs of people, it is easy to know what they need and a business idea can probably come up.
Compassionate is another adjective that describes Dr Avi perfectly. Having children of his own, he believes that children are special and that they deserve a smile. He supports Operation Smile, a charity organization that focuses on feeding, nurturing and supporting children in more than eighty countries. He has also founded the GO Fund Me Campaign that aims at raising money to help the organization in fulfilling their purpose of helping put a smile on children in several countries. The funds raised will also provide medical supplies and support free surgical procedures.