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NightLase

NightLase - Plantation, FL
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NightLase In Plantation, FL

Millions in the U.S. grapple with sleep apnea and snoring. If you're part of this group, oral appliance therapy might offer relief. However, there's an additional option you might qualify for. NightLase laser therapy is an impressive, non-invasive procedure crafted to widen the airway, reducing snoring, and lowering the risk of breathing pauses. Dive into this innovative sleep apnea solution available in Plantation for deeper insights.

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How Does NightLase Work?

NightLase employs laser technology to induce collagen contraction in the upper airway tissues. In simpler terms, this causes the tissues to become firmer, thereby minimizing the likelihood of excessive relaxation during sleep and the associated problems of apneas and snoring.

What Happens During the Treatment?

If you are deemed a suitable candidate for NightLase by Dr. Rizvi, your sleep dentist in Plantation, you can anticipate a comfortable and effortless experience. During the laser treatment, you may feel a warm and tingling sensation in your throat, similar to a fine mist of hot water being sprayed in the area.

There is no recovery time required following the procedure. While most patients do not encounter any side effects, a few may experience a mild sore throat. In the majority of cases, patients notice immediate results after their initial NightLase session. However, Dr. Rizvi may recommend multiple sessions to achieve the most optimal outcomes.

What Results Can I Expect from NightLase?

Please remember the following important points about the NightLase treatment:

The effects of NightLase typically endure for several months to a year (and may last even longer in certain cases). If your partner notices that your snoring has worsened, it could be a sign that it's time to book another NightLase session with Dr. Rizvi.

NightLase is not a substitute for conventional sleep apnea treatments. While most patients experience a decrease in snoring and over half report an improvement in sleep quality, NightLase does not provide a complete solution for sleep apnea. To achieve optimal sleep quality, it may still be necessary to use an oral appliance.

Continual monitoring is crucial. It is essential for individuals with sleep apnea to consistently assess the quality of their sleep. It is important to regularly communicate with us to ensure that we can assist you in achieving the most restful sleep possible!

Who Is a Candidate for NightLase?

Most patients with snoring or obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) are eligible for NightLase treatment. This treatment is suitable for patients who have been advised to use a CPAP instead of an oral appliance due to the severity of their OSA. It may reduce the severity of your condition to the point where an oral appliance becomes a suitable option for you.

It is important to note that eligibility for NightLase depends on the specific anatomical issues causing sleep apnea. While it is effective in tightening throat tissues, it may not be effective if a large tongue is the cause of your apneas. Dr. Romack will conduct a thorough examination of your mouth to determine the most appropriate sleep apnea treatment for your individual circumstances.

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