Innovative Dentist Avi Weisfogel
Dentist Avi Weisfogel has paved the way in treating sleep patients. In 2010, he opened a company for sleep patients. He developed a system that led to 100+ oral appliance patients. He has since been teaching this system to create Dental Sleep Masters program so as to reach more physicians, patients, and dentists to improve the health care distribution in the world of sleep medicine.
Dentist Avi Weisfogel makes restful sleep a reality for many. Going to bed late does not give your body enough resting time. Seven to nine hours are required for an average person to rest well. Sleeping less than six hours affects can have an effect on one’s looks. In three weeks of enough sleeping a positive change is seen on the looks. Sleeping enough is therefore very advantageous. Lack of enough sleep also affects one’s health status. A person who appears healthy is most likely to be sleeping enough. When the corners of the mouth start to drop,it shows that the person is not getting enough sleep. This makes one to have a sad appearance, look exhausted shown by sagging eyelids, swollen or red eyes, and dark circles under the eyes. Lack of enough sleep also leads to loss of hair. Due to lack of enough sleep, blood flow is slow and the follicles do not receive enough nourishment. The hair therefore often breaks and does not grow. Stress causes the hair to break also because it results to the release of cortisol. Puffiness around the eyes is as a result of lack of enough sleep also. Puffiness can be eliminated by elevating your head and an increase of water intake. Lack of enough sleep also contributes to a dull complexion of the skin. Wrinkles are also likely to develop on a person who does not have enough sleep.
Doctor Avi Weisfogel implemented a Healthy Heart Sleep program. He is the founder of Owner Unlimited Sleep Patient. The program teaches physicians how to provide good care for sleep patients. Through his organization, he brings dentistry and sleep disorders together. He finds solutions to people who ere experiencing sleep problems.