No more sleepless nights or endless tossing and turning. With our non-invasive SnoreLase treatment you can breathe easy while sleeping.
What is SnoreLase Snoring and Apnea Treatment?
SnoreLase Treatment is a patented, fast, non-invasive and safe way of increasing the quality of a patient’s sleep. SnoreLase lessens the effects of sleep apnea and decreases the amplitude of snoring through the use of gentle, superficial.
Er:YAG laser light. No anesthesia is used in this treatment
SnoreLase: The Medical Power of Light
- Increases the quality of your sleep
- Lessen the effects of snoring and sleep apnea
- Safe and patient-friendly treatment
How it Works
During SnoreLase treatment laser light heats the tissue, causing tightening of the tissue which leads to an attenuation of the sound of the
patients snoring and a lessening of the effects of sleep apnea. The procedure is performed in two simple steps:
Step 1: PRECONDITIONING
The laser light preheats the tissue.
Step 2: TISSUE STRENGTHENING
Laser light strengthens the tissue. A full course of treatment is comprised of three separate treatment sessions over a six week period. The final result of the treatment has been shown to last up to a year. When the patients or their loved ones notice the effects subsiding, another round of treatment can be performed.
Simple and Virtually Painless
SnoreLase has an extremely high success rate in producing a positive change in sleep patterns. Research has shown that SnoreLase reduces and attenuates snoring and provides an effective, non-invasive way to lessen the effects of sleep apnea. SnoreLase requires no device to be worn during sleep, involves no chemical treatment, and no anesthesia. It is a gentle and easy way for the patient and their loved ones to regain a good night’s rest.
We do require our patients to meet with our physician on staff in order to be deemed an appropriate candidate for Snorelase. All consultations are complimentary.
What is the Cost of SnoreLase?
Pricing begins at $750 with package options available.
*Treatment results may vary. All opinions expressed are personal and subjective to each patient.