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ICONIC Wellness Laser Snoring treatment is a non-invasive, patient-friendly laser treatment for increasing the quality of a patient’s sleep. Our laser reduces the effects of sleep apnea and decreases the amplitude of snoring by means of a gentle, laser-induced tightening effect caused by the contraction of collagen in the oral mucosa tissue.
Our treatment can increase a patient’s airway, resulting in better sleep and reduced snoring. Although not a “cure” for sleep apnea, the vast majority of patients notice a reduction in snoring, and more than half notice that the quality of their sleep improves.
End snoring with ICONIC Wellness, our only treatment that will get you more downtime!
Sleep apnea is a sleep disorder that deserves attention as it involves repeated pauses in breathing during the night. When your body detects a lack of oxygen, it shocks you awake to ensure you can resume normal breathing. These breathing interruptions occur throughout the night, whether or not you are aware of them.
While many may perceive this condition as bothersome snoring, it’s important to recognize that untreated sleep apnea can have adverse effects on both your mind and body. The insufficient oxygen supply can impact your brain’s functionality and responsiveness during the day, and it can also affect various internal systems. Your mind and body rely on quality sleep and adequate oxygen for optimal functioning, and prolonged deprivation can lead to significant harm.
Traditionally, sleep apnea has been treated using a continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machine, which blows a stream of oxygen into the airway while you sleep. While this method is effective because it allows you to breathe without interruption, many patients find this solution uncomfortable, loud, and inconvenient. With advancements in today’s dental technology, this is no longer the only option.
At ICONIC wellness, we offer laser treatment to alleviate your symptoms and help you reclaim your sleep and life.
The majority of the time, sleep apnea is a chronic disorder with only manageable symptoms. However, Laser Snoring Treatment has demonstrated to be extraordinarily effective in symptom management for up to a year after therapy.
The effectiveness of laser therapy depends on the cause of your sleep apnea. The cause of sleep apnea can be varied but usually falls into one of three categories:
Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)— sleep apnea symptoms occur due to an obstruction of the throat due to the tongue or throat muscles becoming too relaxed during sleep. This is the most common form of sleep apnea, and laser therapy works great for this form because it actively works to tighten the muscles that cause the obstruction.
Central Sleep Apnea (CSA)— symptoms occur due to the brain not sending the correct signals to the muscles that control breathing. If you suffer from this type of sleep apnea, a physician will create a treatment plan which may include using a CPAP machine. They may also recommend devices used to stimulate the diaphragm nerves that allow you to breathe. Sleep apnea treatments like laser therapy and oral appliances won’t be effective for this type.
Mixed (or Complex) Sleep Apnea (MSA)— symptoms can be a combination of obstruction and neurological in this form. If you’re resistant to typical treatments, a combination of OSA and CSA treatments may work best. Depending on your specific condition, laser therapy may or may not be effective.