Snoring Treatments

Pain-free ways to reduce snoring

Snoring: a sign that your health might be at risk

The impact of disturbed sleep is no joke. Snoring could also indicate obstructive sleep apnea. This has serious health implications if left untreated. The reassuring news is that it’s easily and painlessly treated with laser therapy.

Fotona NightLase® is a gentle yet effective laser therapy to remedy snoring. It’s a safe and effective snoring solution – without the need for recovery downtime, anaesthetic or medication. No clumsy devices to wear while you sleep, so you – and your partner – get a full night’s rest and the energy you need to tackle the day.

NightLase® Therapy is:

  • Non-invasive
  • Pain free
  • Long-lasting
  • Completely safe

How NightLase® therapy works

The NightLase® treatment takes just 20 minutes and requires no anaesthetic or recovery time as it’s a non-invasive and non-surgical procedure.

You simply lie back while the laser gently and painlessly tightens the collagen at the back of your mouth. This prevents the tissue from vibrating as you breathe while asleep – so you stop snoring.

You’ll be in the safe hands of one of our skilled dental surgeons and can go straight back to work after the treatments. You’ll also be able to eat and drink normally afterwards.

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What to expect from your NightLase® treatment

Initial consultation

First 20 minute treatment

Two more treatments over a six week period

One off maintenance treatment each year

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The first step to a better night sleeps starts with contacting us.

Other treatment options

During your initial consultation we’ll diagnose the cause of your snoring and find the solution that will give you and your family a better night’s sleep.

After we’ve diagnosed the cause of your snoring we’ll recommend the best treatment to solve your problem and give you a great night’s sleep. The treatment will depend on a number of factors including the physical structure of your upper airway, the severity of your problem, any other medical conditions you may have, and your personal preference.

Other treatments include:

  • Mandibular advancement device
  • Orthodontic options
  • Myofunctional therapy