In recent times, the dangerous effects of sleep apnea have caught the attention of medics. In fact, a new research study has revealed a chilling revelation that persons with sleep apnea disorder are more likely to suffer from serious ailments like diabetes, stroke, and cardiovascular diseases. With this shocking revelation, more studies are being urgently carried out to find proper cures for sleep apnea. With a vast experience in the treatment of sleep disorders, Dr. Avi Weisfogel who is also the pioneer and CEO of Dental Sleep Masters is spearheading efforts to find better treatment for sleep apnea.
Almost ninety percent of people suffering from sleep apnea disorder are not aware of their condition, and this places their lives in danger. Due to the need for increased cognizance, Dr. Weisfogel in conjunction with a team of specialists at Dental Sleep Masters seeks to shed more light on this serious disorder.
The new model introduced by Dental Sleep Masters Model builds a positive environment for the primary and secondary care physicians, the certified sleep physicians, the sleep laboratories, the dentists, and most crucially the patient. Basically, the average dentist treating sleep disorders can see about 2 to 4 patients every month, while the average dentist using Dental Sleep Master’s program can see over twenty patients every month. This model helps improve patient diagnosis and increases business opportunities in the medical community.
The new devices being introduced for sleep apnea treatment will only serve to replace the previously less successful mechanical treatments and improve clinical care. A good example is the THN Sleep Therapy, which has received approval by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for research in clinical experiments. Additionally, alternative treatment devices are reducing in size and becoming more user-friendly thus encouraging patients to look for treatment.
Dr. Avi Weisfogel, the pioneer of Dental Sleep Masters, boasts of vast years of experience treating sleep disorders. He holds a bachelor’s degree in biology and psychology and a DDS from the University of Rutgers and New York University College of Dentistry respectively. He set up Old Bridge Canal, his first dental office 1999, and in the ensuing 15 years, he earned several accolades for best dental services. He developed an interest in how physicians and dentists could help patients with sleep apnea, which led him to start several companies dealing with dental related disorders. Ultimately, he formed Dental Sleep Masters in 2014.