Avi Weisfogel was excited in announcing the launch of the GoFundMe campaign in order to help benefit the organization Operation Smile. The organization was founded in order to help with expenses world wide in order for children to get to get surgical procedures that they need for free. These services also extend to young adults who may be suffering from cleft lips, cleft palate, and any other facial deformities. The goal that Weisfogel has set for the GoFundMe campaign is to raise 2,000 dollars. Through the support of Operation Smile, they are dedicated to giving all the children that go through them a hope of a brighter and healthier tomorrow. Avi Weisfogel said that in supporting Organization Smile, is that he believes that every child deserves the opportunities to get the best service that is available to them, and this is why he was so passionate about choosing Operation Smile as the beneficiary for the GoFundMe campaign. Operation Smile works alongside local hospitals, medical professionals, governments, and other organizations that have a part in creating different models of surgical care. All these efforts in there goal for giving the best solutions to as many children in need as they can. Every year, Operation Smile conducts medical missions in order to reach children all over the globe. The organization has always worked with the local health care providers in the area in order to provide the patients with care in their own language and culture. Founded in 1982 by Bill and Kathy Magee, today the team has provided over 220,000 surgical procedures to children
all over the world.
During his early career, Avi Weisfogel graduated from New York University College of Dentistry, with areas of specialty in Cosmetic Dentistry, Dentistry and Dentists. Since 1996, he has worked for Old Bridge Dental Care in Old Bridge, NJ. As the team at Old Bridge ensure that all patients will have a pleasant and comfortable experience from the time that they step into the clinic, up to when the appointment is finished. Through his career, he also earned the award for being a diplomat of the American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine. Since the first week that Weisfogel began working as a general dentist, he has treated sleep patients.
Through two years, and with millions of dollars, Weisfogel has been able to develop a system that literally brought in 250 to 300 oral appliance patients every month. He has been teaching his system for the last year and a half himself, and has now joined with Barry in creating a Dental Sleep Masters program. He has created this system with his sights set on reaching out to more physicians, dentists and patients.