NightLase Snoring Treatment

Stop snoring with NightLase at

Laser + Holistic Dental was the first dental clinic in Australia to offer the revolutionary NightLase snoring treatment. Watch this video to see the NightLase treatment in action at Laser + Holistic Dental.

NightLase works by moderately heating (around 40-45°C) soft tissues in throat. This stimulates collagen regeneration which creates a tightening effect – reducing the vibrations that cause snoring.

With NightLase the procedure is quick and comfortable, usually taking about 20-30 minutes. Thanks to the moderate energy produced by the laser – there is no burning or cutting so you can eat, drink and talk normally as soon as your appointment is finished.

NightLase is offered in a series of treatments – requiring 3-5 visits depending on individual patient factors. Research has found that by completing an annual maintenance appointment the benefits of NightLase treatment can be maintained long term.1

Why choose NightLase?

NightLase is a proven snoring treatment that is only growing in popularity.

Studies on NightLase have shown it to be a highly effective method to stop snoring. One study found 95% of patients treated with NightLase saw improvements in their snoring.2 Other studies found that snoring symptoms improved by 85% following a complete course of NightLase treatment and that 80% of patients reported being able to breathe easier, with higher levels of alertness and focus.1 , 3

  • High treatment success rates.2 , 3
  • Effective, long term results.1
  • Walk In, Walk Out – no pain, no downtime.
  • No Gadgets, Oral Splints or Surgery.
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  1. CASE REPORT: NightLase® Procedure – Laser Snoring and Sleep Apnea Reduction Treatment, Sippus, Journal of Laser and Health Academy. 2015.
  2. Nonsurgical Minimally Invasive Er:YAG Laser Snoring Treatment, Miracki & Vizintin, Journal of Laser and Health Academy. 2013.
  3. Er:YAG Laser Treatment of Sleep-Disordered Breathing, Svahnström, Journal of Laser and Health Academy. 2013.