Dr. Angelie Zamora, Dr. Pauline Nguyen and Dr. Jennifer Mink use the advanced Fotona NightLase® and SnoreLase to help treat sleep apnea so that you can get the rest you need. This laser treatment provides a gentle and effective solution to improve your ability to breathe and help you regain a healthy quality of life. To learn more about NightLase and SnoreLase treatment for sleep apnea in Flower Mound, Texas, and schedule your consultation with our dentists, please contact Smiles Family Dental today at 972-346-1100.
Sleep apnea is a serious medical condition and occurs when the airway is blocked and normal breathing is prevented. If left untreated, it can cause or contribute to many serious medical problems, including heart disease, depression, obesity and high blood pressure. There are many treatments available to help manage this condition, but our dentists and team have chosen to offer Fotona NightLase and SnoreLase therapy. This laser treatment is a non-invasive alternative to oral appliance therapy and CPAP machines.
NightLase® & SnoreLase
NightLase and SnoreLase both work by using a gentle, laser-induced tightening effect. This reduces the impact of sleep apnea and decreases snoring so that you can breathe easily. Your treatment will require three sessions over a six-week period to complete. Benefits of NightLase and SnoreLase therapy include:
- Results that last up to a year
- A repeatable treatment
- Enhanced comfort
- Completely non-invasive treatment
- Fully customized treatment to meet your needs
Our team can also use Smoothlase to tighten the tissues in and around your mouth. This procedure can treat mild to moderate wrinkles in aged skin, approving your appearance and helping you look younger. The tightening effect may also have the extra benefit of helping you breathe better at night if you are suffering from sleep apnea caused by loose tissues in the mouth.
For more information about Fotona NightLase, SnoreLase and Smoothlase therapy or to make an appointment with our dentists, please contact our office today.