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Laser Snoring and Sleep Apnea Treatmenrt

Sleep Apnea and snoring commonly occur when the airway to the back of the throat is restricted. Application of laser light on certain structures in the mouth can naturally tighten the tissues, and increase the airway space. This results in easier breathing at night, and in turn, reduces snoring.

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  • Reduction of Snoring & Apnea

  • Non-Invasive - only laser light needs to be used

  • No anesthesia, no needles.

  • Usually no significant discomfort after treatment.

  • A typical treatment session is about 30 minutes long.

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