NightLase snoring treatment is a fast, patient-friendly solution to snoring and sleep apnea. This non-invasive treatment uses superficial laser light to reduce snoring intensity and lessen the effects of sleep apnea. The NightLase Er-YAG laser uses heat to gently tighten oral mucosa tissue and reduce the collapsibility of the upper airways by restructuring natural collagen. As collagen in your oral mucosa is reinforced, your airway becomes larger—improving sleep patterns and reducing snoring by up to 70%.

Anesthesia and surgical incisions are not required during or after treatment. This pain-free technique to reduce snoring has been safely & effectively used in Europe for many years, and now this exciting procedure is available in the United States!

67% of people snore and 80% of snorers have some type of sleep apnea. Getting a good night’s sleep is one of the most overlooked aspects of our well-being. Factors like sleep apnea and snoring are known to inhibit sleep patterns and deprive you of your much needed rest, so consider NightLase to improve snoring and your overall health.


FAQs About NightLase

How does NightLase Snoring Treatment Work?

NightLase snoring treatment is comprised of three separate treatment sessions, three weeks apart. Once applied, the NightLase laser induces collagen rejuvenation and reduces collapsibility of the upper airways by gently heating and tightening the oral mucosa tissue, reducing the frequency and amplitude of your snoring by 50-70%.

How Long Do Results Last?

Results have been shown to last up to one year! When patients notice the effects fading, another round of treatment is suggested.

Why Choose NightLase Therapy?

Patients often choose NightLase therapy because of its many benefits, including:

  • Non-invasive procedure
  • Lessens the intensity and duration of snoring and sleep apnea 
  • Improves your quality of sleep
  • Easy to perform and undergo
  • Safe and patient-friendly procedure
  • No downtime afterwards
  • Results up to one year

For more information about NightLase snoring treatment, contact Dr. Rozenberg and the staff at Lana Rozenberg D.D.S. at (212) 265-7724 or click here to schedule a consultation online for our New York City Dental Office.

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