Snoring/Sleep Disorder Treatment in Temecula, CA

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Sleep Disorder Treatment

SnoreLase® therapy is a patient-friendly laser treatment for increasing the quality of a patient’s sleep. SnoreLase can reduce the effects of and decrease the amplitude of snoring by means of a gentle laser treatment of the mucosa tissue.

* Fotona Dynamis laser system family has been cleared by the US FDA for ENT surgery, intra-oral soft tissue ablation, coagulation, excision and incision, and laser-assisted uvulopaletoplasty (LAUP).

 

Simple, Safe and Effective

Fotona’s patented laser modality optimizes the length of laser pulses, allowing for the safe penetration of heat into the oral mucosa tissue. It is gentle enough to be used on the sensitive tissue inside the mouth, but strong enough to provide clinically efficacious heating.

 

Sleeping Disorder

A Patient Friendly Solution

A full course of SnoreLase consists of three separate treatment sessions over a two month period. The final results of the treatment have been shown to last up to a year, and the therapy can be repeated.

Patients find SnoreLase to be a highly comfortable and satisfying solution. NightLase requires no device to be worn during sleep and involves no chemical treatment. It’s a gentle and easy way for your patients to regain a good night's rest.

 

Snoring/Sleep Disorder FAQ

Is snoring an indication of a health problem?
Occasional snoring can be normal. However, if it is chronic and continues to worsen, it could be a sign of a larger problem, such as sleep apnea. In addition, chronic snoring can affect your sleep pattern and lead to future health issues.

What are the symptoms of a sleep disorder?
Various symptoms can be linked to a sleep disorder, including:

  • Snoring
  • Feeling tired after sleeping
  • Waking up gasping or choking
  • Pausing of breathing during sleep

If you experience any of these symptoms for long periods of time, you should schedule a consultation at our Temecula, CA facility.

Can snoring get worse over time?
As you get older, snoring can worsen. This is due to muscle weakness. However, if it is greatly affecting your quality of sleep, it could be symptoms of sleep apnea or another sleep disorder.

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