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Advanced Dentistry of Westchester Delivers the Snoring Relief You Need

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The Westchester office offers Solea Sleep, the revolutionary laser treatment to prevent snoring and promote a sound night’s sleep.

Do you snore, or does a loved one’s snoring keep you up at night? If so, it’s time to seek relief.

Enter Solea Sleep, an innovative new therapy that provides rapid and effective treatment for patients who snore. Revolutionary in its approach, the therapy is quick, gentle, and entirely non-surgical. In one five-minute application at Advanced Dentistry of Westchester in Harrison, the laser treatment can have even severe snorers on the road to a sound night sleep and improved health.

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Better Sleep, Better Health

Ever feel sluggish after a long night of tossing, turning, and snoring (or listening to your partner snore)? A lack of quality sleep can prove detrimental to maintaining optimal health. After all, when you don’t feel well-rested in the morning, you don’t have the energy you need to power through your day. Just like regular exercise and a healthful diet, a full night of sleep is essential to help you feel your best.

Solea Sleep is not a treatment or cure for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), a serious health condition that involves a partial or complete blockage of the airway and reduced blood oxygen levels. During a visit to Advanced Dentistry of Westchester, patients can screen for this condition and receive recommendations based upon individual conditions.


How Solea Sleep Works

Step One: If snoring has you feeling drowsy during the day, call Advanced Dentistry of Westchester for a screening appointment.

Step Two: The next step to better understand your snoring problem is to download the SnoreLab app from the App Store or Google Play to determine your Snore Score. The process takes three to seven days, and the app breaks down everything from snoring percentage to remedies.

Step Three: To change your sleep for the better, it’s time to schedule an appointment for a Solea Sleep treatment at Advanced Dentistry of Westchester. In only five minutes, the laser treatment can deliver rapid relief, with absolutely no discomfort or post-treatment downtime required.

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The Science Behind Solea Sleep

How does Solea Sleep work? It utilizes a unique laser treatment to tighten the soft palate tissue in the mouth to open the airway and reduce vibrations that lead to snoring. It is painless, with only minor tissue soreness or irritation lasting for 24 hours afterward.

As for how long Solea Sleep results last, they average 12 to 15 months. After that, the treatment can be performed once a year to maintain a consistent, snoreless sleep.

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Solea Sleep in Westchester

Ready to schedule a Solea Sleep treatment in Westchester County? In Harrison, Advanced Dentistry of Westchester is the only dental practice in the county offering Solea Sleep. In addition to using laser therapy for snoring, Advanced Dentistry of Westchester uses lasers for fillings and other treatments, which is just another reason why it is the most advanced dental office in the region. So what are you waiting for? Visit www.ADofW.com or call 914.835.0542 to schedule an appointment.

Advanced Dentistry of Westchester’s Kenneth S. Magid, DDS, FICD and Sabrina Magid-Katz, DMD, are Westchester Magazine’s Top Dentists from 2009 to 2020. He is a Consumer Research Council of America Top Cosmetic Dentist, a professor of esthetics and the Director of Laser Dentistry at NYU College of Dentistry, a fellow of the International College of Dentists, and a fellow of the American College of Dentists. Sabrina Magid-Katz, DMD, is one of Westchester Magazine’s past “22 People to Watch,” as well as a “Rising Star – 40 Under 40” by the Business Council of Westchester.

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