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Avi Weisfogel Helps Children With Facial Deformities.

Avi Weisfogel grew up in New Jersey, and he began his successful career as a dentist in this city. He was well very popular and famous in that region, and Avi managed to win the award of Best Dentist several times. He went for his university education at the Rutgers University where he graduated with a degree in Psychology and Biology. He later went for his dentist degree at the New York University College of Dentistry. Avi owns Dental Sleep Master Seminars located in New Jersey. In this institution, he teaches individuals how to treat sleep problems and disorders. He mostly specializes in sleep apnea. Because of has worked in this area for a very long time now, he has acquired a lot of knowledge in the industry.

Several years ago, he began the Healthy Heart Sleep. This was aimed at helping him, and other doctors learn how to help individual suffering from sleep conditions. He also started the Owner Unlimited Sleep Patients. In this institution, he teaches other dentists about sleep apnea and everything associated with it. Two years ago, he began the Dental Sleep Masters to educate dentists how to use the many oral devices in the market to help patients with sleep conditions. He also teaches them how the sleeping conditions are related to a patient’s dental health. He has been quite occupied in the recent past.

Avi Weisfogal is also a great philanthropist. He is the founder of GoFundMe page that is aimed to give funds for a wonderful charity known as Operation Smile. The organization inspires him a lot, and he is touched by what it has managed to do in the past. The charity was started by William Magee, a doctor who specialized in plastic surgery together with his wife, Kathleen, a nurse by profession. The charity was started in the Philippines in conjunction with other professionals to help kids born with any deformities like cleft palates and many others. The children who needed their help were huge in number, and they couldn’t handle it without help. That’s why they started the Operation Smile. They would get donations and use them on surgeries. These donations were mainly from companies and volunteers.

Currently, the program has grown, helping children from all parts of the world. Many other professional doctors have joined the program, helping perform over a quarter of a million surgeries to help children and teens with facial deformities.

Read the full article via the link below: http://www.pr.com/press-release/653683