Dr. Avi Weisfogel has dedicated his research to prove that sleep disorders are directly related to various diseases such as stroke and diabetes. Due to this discovery, he has tried to advance the treatment of sleep apnea by being the founder of Dental Sleep Masters. This foundation helps to cater for a bigger percentage of people living with the disorder as they remain undiagnosed.
Through Dental Sleep Masters, Dr. Avi Weisfogel has made sure that dentists provide advanced treatment by equipping themselves with high technology equipment as well as highly trained employees. The organization has increased the number of laboratories and qualified physicians to make sure that they reach a larger number of people that are suffering from sleep apnea
Dr. Avi Weisfogel has made sure that the sleep doctors work closely with the dentists to make sure that they provide timely support to the patients suffering from the sleep disorder. This research is improving as the doctors continue to discover and develop improved and reliable ways to treat sleep apnea. Doctors have discovered that sleep therapy is a new method that is being used to treat the sleep disorder and that the Food and Drug Administration has approved it as an effective treatment.
The extensive medical background of the founder of Sleep Masters has made it rather possible for him and his team of experts to make a breakthrough in the treatment of sleep apnea. His understanding of the disorder has made it possible for him to create a more friendly treatment that can help cure a larger population than before. The institutions he has founded have made it possible always to improve on the kind of treatment offered and create more alternative treatment methods.
Dr. Avi Weisfogel has dedicated his research work to making it possible to promote awareness of the sleep disorder. Through the research, he has enabled its treatment to reach a population that would not have accessed the treatment due to limited facilities. By enabling dentists and doctors to work together, the new strategies allow them to identify more patients who could be suffering from sleep apnea.