NightLase

NightLase

Nightlase® lessens the effects of sleep apnea and decreases the severity of snoring.

Fotona’s NightLase® therapy is a non-invasive, patient-friendly laser treatment for increasing the quality of a patient’s sleep. Research has shown that NightLase® reduces and attenuates snoring and provides an effective, non-invasive way to lessen the effects of sleep apnea and snoring.

A Patient Friendly Solution

Nightlase® Treatment is a patent-pending, fast, non-invasive and friendly way of increasing the quality of a patients sleep. Nightlase® lessens the effects of sleep apnea and decreases the severity of snoring through the use of gentle, Erbium:Yag laser energy. No anesthesia is used in this procedure. Nightlase® treatment causes a tightening of the tissue and leads to a reduction in the sound of the patients snoring and a lessening of the affects of sleep apnea.

A full course of NightLase® consists of three separate treatment sessions over a six week period. The final results of the treatment have been shown to last up to a year, when the therapy can be refreshed with a single visit.

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

Why is snoring a problem?

It is estimated that there are millions of snorers in the U.S. Of these, about 1/3 are affected by sleep apnea. This makes snoring a national disease. Anyone who has been sleeping next to someone who snores understands the problem of snoring. Snoring affects not only the person who snores, but snoring affects their partner and family members.

What many do not know is that snoring also causes many physical problems.

Snoring can lead to:

  • Cardiovascular diseases such as hypertension
  • Sleepiness and fatigue during the day
  • Morning headaches
  • Impotence in men
  • Depression
  • Due to Fatigue-snorers are seven times more likely to be involved in car accidents.
  • Due to Fatigue-many snorers easily lose patience and become aggressive.
  • Snorers represent a high percentage of people who have heart attacks and strokes.

What can you do to reduce snoring?

  • Lose weight if you are overweight
  • Avoid alcohol before bedtime
  • Avoid eating large meals 2 hours before bedtime
  • Avoid consuming energy drinks