In January 2016, Avi Weisfogel introduced GoFundMe website for donations to international nonprofit organization, Operation Smile. The online site is a campaign to help provide financial support to children internationally, including the United States needing facial surgery to correct deformities, such as cleft lips. All proceeds contributed to the fund will go directly to Operation Smile. Hundreds of surgeries are performed yearly by volunteers, including surgeons, nurses, and other healthcare providers. Weisfogel previous experience practicing dentistry in New Jersey is the motivation behind the launch of the GoFundMe campaign.
Before Avi Weisfogel practiced dentistry, he received a bachelor’s degree in Biology and Psychology from Rutgers University. Later, he earned a doctoral degree from New York University and College of Dentistry. Avi Weisfogel provided cosmetic dentistry for many years to hundreds of patients in East Brunswick, N.J and surrounding areas.
After practicing dentistry, Weisfogel became the founder of Owner Unlimited Sleep Patient and co-owner of Healthy Heart Sleep. He specialized in sleep apnea and was the chief lecturer at Owner Unlimited Sleep Patient. In 2014, Weisfogel co-founded Dental Sleep Masters, a sleep apnea consulting business dedicated to training and lecturing oral healthcare providers. The founders created a marketing system designed to increase appliance patients for dentists and medical physicians.
During 2016, Avi Weisfogel will continue to manage Dental Sleep Masters and promote GoFundMe campaign. Donated funds will help children with cleft lips and other facial deformities receive surgery to live normal lives and improve appearances. With help of medical professionals, such as Dr. Weisfogel and faithful volunteers, Operation Smile is able to add beautiful smiles to the faces of children over the world. The survival of Operation Smile is because of monetary donations from individuals and businesses, as well as volunteers who provides their valuable time and professional expertise. Avi continues to financially support the non-profit surgery charity by campaigning for donations and providing personal contributions.
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