“If your partner tells you that you snore, just know that they have very carefully weighted the pros and cons of letting you live.”
It’s World Sleep Day and we wonder if you’re feeling tired? Are you getting a good quality sleep at night? Does your partner – or you – snore when sleeping? Are you or your partner suffering from sleep apnea but looking for alternatives to using the dreaded CPAP machine? We at Serenity Dental offer new solutions for these problems.
HOW HIGH IS YOUR SNORE SCORE?
Measure the intensity and duration of your (or your partner’s snoring with SnoreLab, an easy-to-use app. If you’re seeking treatments for a snoring habit, it’s good to have a baseline to compare your progress against – and they do offer a 7-day free trial so it’s worth checking out.
Record your snoring – Monitor your sleep – Listen to Recordings – Track your progress
Now that you know you snore, WHAT CAN YOU DO ABOUT IT?
FOTONA’S NIGHTLASE can get the job done.
What Is NightLase?
NightLase is a non-invasive, patient-friendly laser treatment which is clinically proven to decrease snoring and reduce the effects of sleep apnea. It is light enough to be used on sensitive tissue in the mouth yet strong enough to deliver effective laser that gets results.
How Does NightLase Treat Snoring?
The NightLase laser is used to heat the tissue in the back of the throat. The laser energy heats the tissue causing a tightening effect. This causes air to flow more freely through the throat which reduces snoring.
How Many Treatments Will You Need?
NightLase is performed in 3 treatments over the course of 2 months. Each treatment lasts around 15 minutes and no anaesthesia is required. No cutting. No bleeding, No downtime. Results are typically seen after the first session.
Benefits of NightLase treatment:
- Sleep better (you and your partner)
- Breathe easier
- Think more clearly
- Work more effectively
- Improved overall health (due to better sleep)
Call us today to find out if you might be a candidate for this alternative treatment for your snoring.
If you grind your teeth, snore, or have sleep apnea, you can also get a custom-made MOUTHGUARD. After taking a mold of your teeth we use it to create a mouthguard specifically designed for the structure of your teeth and mouth. While they’re more expensive than over-the-counter mouthguards, they are superior in quality and many dental insurance plans will cover some or all of the cost.