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Fotona 4D NightLase Snoring Treatment Fotona 4D NightLase Snoring Treatment

Fotona 4D NightLase Snoring Treatment

Snoring is caused by the vibration of swollen or saggy tissues in the oral cavity blocking the airway. Don't ignore snoring, as it affects not just you and your partner's sleep quality, but may also be a sign of sleep apnea. Fotona 4D NightLase Snoring Treatment can improve your snoring within 15-minutes, painlessly and non-invasively!

Do you have these long-term issues?

Poor sleep

Daytime drowsiness

Affecting partner’s sleep

Delayed reaction time

Regain good nights’ sleep in just 15 minutes!

Technology: Fotona 4D NightLase Snoring Treatment

Fotona 4D NightLase Snoring Treatment emit patented NIGHTLASE™ laser energy at the oral tissues, stimulating collagen proliferation and effectively tightening the tissues, thereby allowing unobstructed airway and reducing snoring. There’s the way to your good nights’ sleep!


Non-invasive, painless, and patented NIGHTLASE™ laser technology to emit low-temperature photothermal energy at the oral tissues, stimulating collagen proliferation for tightening the tissues, allowing the airway to become unobstructed. 80% of past users see significant improvement in their snoring after just 2 treatments! Fotona 4D NightLase Snoring Treatment lets you and your spouse sleep well, allowing for energized, productive daytimes!

Target Issues

Snoring caused by enlarged tonsils, swollen uvula, obesity, sagging oral tissues, and allergic rhinitis

Suitable Users

People with snoring concerns and sleep spnea symptoms


See significant reduction in snoring after the first treatment; expect 9-months long self-sustained treatment


Non-invasive, non-surgical, painless, highly-effective and safe.


4 Major Treatment Benefits

Improve Sleep Quality

Improve Sleep Quality

K.O Snoring Concerns³*

K.O Snoring Concerns3

Patented Laser Technology³

Patented Laser Technology3

Painless, Non-Invasive, No Downtime

Painless, Non-Invasive, No Downtime2

Causes of Snoring


Abnormality in oral cavity tissues

When you breathe, air flows down the throat and enters the lungs through the airway. Throat structure abnormalities, such as enlarged soft palate, uvula, tongue or tonsils, can block the airway, leading to vibrations and collision of the tissues, also known as snoring.

Abnormality in nasal cavity tissues

Similar to the throat, abnormalities in the nasal cavity structures, such as deviated nasal septum, enlarged inferior turbinates, collapsed nasal valve, or the growth of nasal polyps, can obstruct the airflow through the nasal cavity, leading to snoring issues.

Obesity and sleeping positions

Excessive neck fat can narrow the airway. Additionally, sleeping on your back causes your enlarged uvula and tongue to slide towards the throat, thus blocking the airway and increasing the likelihood of snoring. Therefore, losing weight and changing sleep posture can help reduce snoring.


Risk of snoring rises as age increases. This is because all muscles, including those in the airway, begin to sag. During sleep, these muscles block the airway and result in snoring.


Why choose Fotona 4D NightLase Snoring Treatment?


1-year-long results2

80% of Fotona 4D NIGHTLASE™ users see improvement in snoring after two treatment sessions. Complete the treatment course to experience 1-year-long results.

Instant effects²

Instant effects2

See slight improvement in snoring after just the first treatment.

Patented technology

Patented technology3

NIGHTLASE™ patented laser technology can target and tighten the oral cavity tissues, thus makes for easier airflow.

Painless & non-invasive

Painless & non-invasive3

NIGHTLASE™ patented laser energy brings damage to the oral tissues, thus no downtime is necessary, allowing you to return to your daily schedule immediately.

Experience the Magical 15-Minutes Fotona 4D NIGHTLASE™ Snoring Treatment!

Steps: Fotona 4D NightLase™ Snoring Treatment

Professional skin analysis
Step 1

Professional skin analysis

Perfect Men’s professional team will examine your snoring concerns to identify the causes of your snoring.

Lifestyle consultation
Step 2

Lifestyle consultation

The professional beauty therapist will discuss with you your daily habits which might cause your snoring. This discussion helps with personalizing your treatment plan.

Pre-treatment preparation
Step 3

Pre-treatment preparation

The therapist will explain the principles, techniques, and procedures of the treatment in detail. Then, the therapist will do a patch test of the laser energy on your oral tissues. The treatment will begin only after no adverse reaction is observed.

Fotona 4D NightLase Snoring Treatment
Step 4

Fotona 4D NightLase Snoring Treatment

The experienced therapist will emit laser energy at your oral and nasal tissues for about 15 minutes.

Post-treatment follow-up
Step 5

Post-treatment follow-up

After the treatment, the consultant will follow up on your feelings and opinions of the treatment. The consultant will also provide instructions on sleeping-positions and help you schedule the next treatment appointment.


Post-Treatment Aftercare Tips


  • If you are obese, we advise you to lose weight to extend the treatment results.
  • You may ask your spouse to notice any changes in your snoring situation on the night after your first treatment.


  • Quit smoking and avoid drinking before bedtime to further improve snoring and further extend the treatment results.
  • Don’t overeating as an increase in body fat mass can add to the volume of oral tissues, thus worsening snoring.

Comparing Popular Anti-Snoring Methods

Fotona 4D NIghtLase Snoring Treatment


Patented NIGHTLASE™ laser technology delivers low-temperature photothermal energy to the oral tissues, tightening and repairing them for unobstructed breathing.

Effective Time

The first treatment brings Immediate effect.


Enjoy at least 9 months-long results after finishing the entire treatment plan


Non-surgical, non-invasive and painless.

Comfort Level

No recovery period needed, no disturbance to your daily schedule.

Sessions Needed

Mild cases can be improved with 1 treatment, while severe cases will require more attention.

Snoring Surgery


Endoscopic surgery for correcting nasal septum deviation, trimming inferior turbinate, and removing nasal polyps, all to allow smooth airflow.

Effective Time

Immediate results right after the surgery


Can improve snoring by 50% to 70%.


Surgery to the soft palate requires general anaesthesia, which can be dangerous.

Comfort Level

An invasive surgery which requires in-patient care. Common side effects include significant pain and difficulty with swallowing.

Sessions Needed

One session is usually all it takes. However, relapse can occur.

Snoring Headband


Headband wraps around the chin and the head’s crown to prevent the user from breathing through the mouth, thereby reducing snoring.

Effective Time

Not useful to all people.


Requires nightly usage.


Mostly safe.

Comfort Level

The fabrics are usually breathable and elastic. Still, someone hates falling asleep with the feeling their head being tightly wrapped.

Sessions Needed

Must be used each night.

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What causes snoring?

As age increases, so does the chance of snoring. This is because the upper respiratory muscles get saggy over time, thus narrowing the airway and causing muscle vibrations during breathing, resulting in noisy snoring. The narrower the airway, louder the snoring gets. In severe cases, the muscles can block the airway completely, resulting in sleep apnea. Snoring is not only a warning of your health condition but also impacts your loved one’s sleep, which can damper your relationship.

How can the Fotona 4D NightLase Snoring Treatment improve snoring?

Since snoring is often due to enlarged or sagging oral muscles blocking the airway, the Fotona 4D NightLase Snoring Treatment targets these muscles and tissues precisely. The patented NIGHTLASE™ laser technology penetrates the oral mucosal tissues to stimulates its collagen proliferation, effectively tightening and reducing the tissue volumes, thus restoring unobstructed airways.

Does snoring means sleep apnea?

No, but snoring is a major symptom of sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is characterized by intermittent cessation of breathing for 10 seconds or more during sleep, with several or even dozens of brief episodes of suffocation per hour. The risk of sleep apnea is higher in males, with a prevalence twice that of females. Risk factors such as nasal sensitivity or obesity further increase the risk by threefold and fivefold, respectively. Unhealthy habits such as smoking and excessive alcohol consumption also contribute to higher incidence rates. Therefore, maintaining overall health, quitting smoking, reducing alcohol intake, and engaging in regular exercise are beneficial for both snoring and sleep apnea.

Can’t surgery solve snoring once and for all?

Surgery for snoring and sleep apnea only addresses the symptoms rather than providing a permanent solution. Surgical removal of obstructive tissues has an average success rate of only 50%, with a maximum improvement rate of around 70%. Some patients may have conditions that cannot be completely cured through surgery alone, and the procedure can only provide symptomatic relief. For example, snoring issues caused by aging and obesity have shown improvement with regular exercise. Therefore, maintaining a healthy lifestyle, eliminating unhealthy habits, and regular physical activity are the best ways to maintain overall well-being and prevent snoring for the long haul.

What danger does sleep apnea bring?

Sleep apnea patients experience intermittent cessation of breathing for 10 seconds or more during sleep. This intermittent suffocation leads to inadequate oxygen level, causing the heart to pump faster. As a result, blood pressure rises and causes long-term damage to blood vessel, increasing the risk of heart disease and stroke. In some cases, if the temporary cessation of breathing exceeds 120 seconds, there is an increased risk of sudden death during sleep.

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2Treatment effectiveness and progress may vary depending on individual skin and body conditions

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