Avi Weisfogel’s GoFundMe Campaign to Put a Smile on Faces

Avi Weisfogel is a New Jersey dentist renowned for taking on difficult dental cases. Almost half of his patients are referrals from other practitioners who did not know how to help their patient. He is extremely interested in pursuing further education and takes nearly 200 hours of continuing education yearly. He has a yearning to learn better ways to perform procedures. He wants to make the lives of his patients better and aims to know simpler ways to achieve that.
Avi Weisfogel is a family man with six children. His interest lies in helping children around the world who have different health and dental problems. He believes that all children have the right to be treated as if they are our own. He believes that children deserve to have the best access to dental and health care that is available. His background and passions made him choose Operation Smile as the beneficiary of the GoFundMe campaign he started.
Avi Weisfogel is grateful to announce the launch of a GoFundMe campaign set up to benefit Operation Smile, an organization established in the early 1980’s. Founded by Bill and Kathy Magee, their initial aim was to assist children in the Philippines. With volunteers in almost 80 nations, it has done over 220,000 free surgical procedures. The charity organization believes that by providing free surgical procedures for children, they will have a brighter and healthier future. Young adults who suffer from cleft palate, cleft lips, and other facial deformities can also benefit from these services. He looks forward to raising $2000 to support the organization. In a recent interview he asserted that Operation Smile believes that every child deserves exceptional surgical care and whatever happens, they should be hopeful and happy.
Operation Smile’s goal is to pinpoint the most operational solutions which will reach as many children as possible. The organization may require to importing equipment or medical expertise, depending upon the on-site resources around the world. It works with local health providers, governments, and other agencies to provide patient care in their culture and language and creates long-term sufficiency through training local medics.

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