Often enough, some people don’t get as much sleep as they should at night. On the other hand, some stay awake longer than they should and end up waking up sooner than they actually should. However, there is a good number of people that don’t sleep because they suffer some disorders. Sleep apnea is one common sleep disorder.
Its symptoms include poor breathing while asleep which results to an individual not getting enough rest. Besides it rendering one unable of getting enough sleep, sleep apnea also indicates that one may be suffering other health conditions among them heart disease. One may also experience a stroke. The seriousness of this state has raised considerable concern among various medical practitioners. One of them is Dr. Avi Weisfogel. Avi is a dentist who has been keen on seeking treatment for this disorder.
In a bid to help treat sleep apnea and other sleep disorders, Dr. Avi has established his company which goes by the name Dental Sleep Matters. The company became a household name. It has managed to register itself as an entity when it comes to practical researches on sleep disorders. It has also majored on establishing the most appropriate treatments. The Dr. strives to educate most patients and other professionals about the disease. In the past few years, Dr. Avi has managed to make progress in his journey of finding effective treatments for sleep apnea. He has also made significant strides in finding appropriate treatment for patients who suffer this condition. To foster therapy for this state, He discovered that dentistry would help the patients overcome sleep apnea.
Before establishing Dental Sleep Matters, the Doctor worked as a dentist. It’s during this time that he made a name for himself as one of the prominent dentists in the US. He opened his Dentist Clinic known as Old Bridge Dental Care. It later grew into one of the most respected practices in the whole country. As if building his practice wouldn’t be enough, Dr. Avi kept on researching on sleep disorders and looked further into those he had diagnosed his patients.