Solea SleepSan Jose, CA
Snore treatment with the Solea laser
Improve the quality of your sleep with the laser snore treatment.
We offer the Solea® Sleep snore treatment, a new laser therapy that provides rapid relief for snoring. This simple, non-surgical procedure takes only 5 minutes to perform, and allows patients to return to their normal routine immediately after the office visit with little to no discomfort. Unlike surgical procedures that require incisions, stitches, and long recoveries, Solea Sleep is a non-surgical laser treatment with no recovery time and immediate results.
Studies show that roughly 67% of adults snore. The primary source of snoring is the vibration that occurs when air flows past relaxed tissues in the soft palate (the muscular part of the roof of the mouth). These tissues can become even more relaxed with age or weight gain.
Solea Sleep uses ultra-low laser energy to tighten and stiffen collagen in the soft palate, reducing vibrations that cause people to snore. This quick, non-surgical treatment should provide relief for a year or longer. Call today to inquire if you are a candidate for this treatment. Enjoy a better night’s sleep for you and your partner.
What Is Solea Sleep?
Solea® Sleep improves your quality of sleep by gently tightening tissue in your soft palate and reducing vibrations that cause you to snore. Unlike surgical procedures that require long and painful recoveries, Solea Sleep is a quick, comfortable, non-surgical procedure that is completed in a single visit. Enjoy rapid relief from snoring for you and your partner.
What Causes Snoring?
The primary source of snoring is the vibration that can occur when air flows past relaxed tissues in the soft palate. These tissues can become even more relaxed with age or weight gain.
How Serious Is Snoring?
Snoring is often a symptom of Obstructive Sleep Apnea, a serious condition that can be life threatening. A dentist cannot diagnose sleep apnea, so we recommend that you consult a physician for further evaluation. Solea Sleep is a treatment for snoring only.
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