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NightLase – The laser treatment for Snoring

Get results that allow you to sleep easy, feel better, and healthier. This scientifically advanced procedure reduces snoring by up to 50% with a series of 3 easy treatments.
What causes snoring?

Snoring occurs when air is not able to move freely through your nose and mouth during sleep. This is due to a narrowing of your airway, which causes the tissues to vibrate and make an audible sound. In extreme cases the airway can become blocked which is known as obstructive sleep apnea. Many factors can contribute to snoring such as age, overweight, alcohol, smoking, medications, and sleep posture.

What are treatment options?

Most treatments for snoring attempt to keep the breathing passage open. Specially made dental appliances can be effective, but rely on daily compliance. Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) systems are often used to help control sleep apnea and the snoring associated with it, however these devices can be very uncomfortable. There are surgical options available for correcting snoring which usually involves the removal of tissue from the uvula and pharynx but these surgeries are invasive and can result in a lengthy and uncomfortable recovery period following the surgery.

What is NightLase?

NightLase is a leading-edge laser procedure for the treatment of snoring. It is non-invasive, simple, and an effective way of reducing and eliminating snoring
How does this work?

Laser energy is used to heat the tissues of the airway causing a tightening effect which helps to keep your airway open. NightLase is performed with approximately three short treatments spaced over two months. Each treatment lasts 15 minutes and requires no anesthesia. The procedure is comfortable and you can resume your daily routine immediately afterwards. Results are often seen after the first session.

Book in for a free consultation and see if NightLase is a treatment option for you!

 

 

Disclaimer: Results may vary from patient to patient.

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