NEW! Fotona NightLase
Treatment for Snoring and Apnea
Fotona’s NightLase® therapy is a non-invasive, patient-friendly laser treatment for increasing the quality of a patient’s sleep. NightLase reduces the effects of sleep apnea and decreases the amplitude of snoring by means of a gentle, laser-induced tightening effect caused by the contraction of collagen in the oral mucosa tissue.
Simple, Safe and Effective
Fotona’s patented Er:YAG 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.
NightLase is easy for any doctor or dentist to perform and has a high success rate in producing a positive change in sleep patterns. Research has shown that NightLase reduces and attenuates snoring and provides an effective, non-invasive way to lessen the effects of sleep apnea.
A Patient Friendly Solution
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, and the therapy can be repeated.
Patients find NightLase 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.
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Outpatient Erbium:YAG (2940 nm) Laser Treatment for Snoring: A Prospective Study on 40 Patients. Fini Storchi I, Parker S, Bovis F, Benedicenti S, Amaroli A. Lasers Med Sci. 2018;33(2):399-406. doi:10.1007/s10103-018-2436-6. Read Full Text.
Minimally invasive erbium laser treatment for selected snorers. Frelich H, Scierski W, Markow M, Frelich J, Frelich H, Maciej M. Lasers. Med Sci. 2019;34(7):1413-1420. doi:10.1007/s10103-019-02731-6. Read Full Text.