Dr. Avi Wesifogel is a New Jersey based dentist. He earned a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in Biology and Psychology from Rutgers University and Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) from New York University College of Dentistry. Dr. Weisfogel established his dental practice, Old Bridge Dental Care in 1999 and for more than 15 years he managed the office and was recognized as the Best Dentist in the community several years in a row. He had an interest in sleep disorders and began to research the field of sleep and immediately recognized the importance of dentists and physicians helping patients that suffer from sleep disorders.
He has become a sleep specialist and is a pioneer in the field. Dr. Weisfogel is a great advocate of always getting enough sleep, as it is critical to allowing the body to rest and repair itself. His efforts have helped many patients over the years suffering from sleep disorders.
He has more than 20 years of experience in the field that he is always willing to share with other medical and dental professionals. He created Healthy Heart Sleep in order to facilitate his collaborative effort with others. His overall goal is to train others to address and find solutions to the complications sleep disorders bring about. He has a great desire to see doctors excel in sleep medicine and to help the effort he established a comprehensive sleep medicine program that includes daily communication, monthly seminars and quarterly retreats, along with site visits.
In addition to dentistry, Dr. Weisfogel is a hard core sports fan. He is a basketball enthusiast and follows the New York Knicks closely. He is also a fan of tennis and loves to watch all the major tennis matches such as the French Open and Wimbledon. In addition, Dr. Weisfogel also wears a philanthropist hat. He is a great supporter of Operation Smile. It is a charitable organization that provides medical services to children with cleft palates and cleft lips. It is an effort to help those children get their smile back. He finds it inspiring to help others with facial deformities, especially children.