Dr. Weisfogel – Three Areas of Interest

Avi Weisfogel is a dentist in the New Jersey area who owns his own practice. He has been involved in many areas of interest and has pursued many ventures. He recently started a GoFundMe campaign to help raise money for an organization called Operation Smile. Operation Smile was founded in 1984 by Bill and Kathy Magee. They had their first mission stationed in the Philippines. It is a charity that travels throughout the world providing facial surgeries from patients that suffer from deformities of the face or mouth along with cleft palate and cleft lip repair. Dr. Avi Wesifogel has donated $2000.00 to get the campaign started. He is passionate about the charity and its organization foundation because of what Operation Smile stands for. They have always made it a passion to help young children by performing dental procedures and showing them that there is always hope for their future. Not only do the instill hope in all of their patients, but they treat them as if they are their own, and this is something important to the patient as well as the volunteers that are helping with the procedures. Operations Smile works with local medical offices as well as government agencies to help each patient with their needs.

Not only is Dr. Weisfogel very active in many different charities, but he also has a love for music. He recently took up a new love for hip hop music. You can find many of his newest tunes, along with his older jams on Soundcloud.com.

Dr. Weisfogel has found himself to be a very busy man with many different interests, however, he has started his own program called the Dental Sleep Masters. It’s a program that is dedicated to education medical offices and helping them identify patient’s with sleep disorders. It has become a very successful company that has offered exceptional services to many dentists offices. Thousands of people throughout the world suffer from sleep disorders and many dentists can spot the symptoms and help the patients correct their sleep disorders. Dr. Weisfogel also promotes an oral device that can be placed in the mouth while sleep to correct obstructions.