Creme Dermopurifiante

קרם מטהר זה מפחית באופן משמעותי את האדמומיות של העור ומהווה טיפול משמעותי ואפקטיבי עבור עור לא מאוזן, שומני וזאת מבלי לייבש את האפידרמיס.

Creme Dermopurifiante מטהר ומאזן את העור באמצעות מרכיביו המטהרים, מסייע בהפחתת אדמומיות, מסייע בהסדרת הפרשת השומן, מסייע בהגנה על העור מפני נזקים חיצוניים, מעשיר בלחות את השכבות העליונות של האפידרמיס.

הקרם קל למריחה ועשיר במרכיבים פעילים המספקים תוצאות וזאת ללא צורך בכמות גדולה, אלא בכמות של מטבע בלבד.

יתרונות ומעלות הניכרים בשימוש:

  • מהווה טיפול מצוין עבור עור שומני ו/או עדין.

  • מעניק לעור מראה אחיד ורגוע.

  • מאזן את העור תוך שמירה על רמת לחות מאוזנת.

  • תורם להתחדשות האפידרמיס ומעניקה לו הזנה מלאה.

  • מסייע בהגנה על העור מפגעי אקלים.

What is Solea Sleep?


Solea Sleep is a revolutionary new procedure in the evolving field of dental sleep medicine. Solea Sleep is a simple, quick, and comfortable 5 minute laser treatment that provides rapid relief to people who snore. Solea Sleep is non-invasive and patient-friendly with no post-treatment discomfort or downtime. Treating snoring has never been easier!




How does Solea Sleep work?


About 80% of people who snore are “palatal” or mouth snorers, which is snoring caused by the vibration of the soft palate tissue that has relaxed over time. A unique application of Solea’s specific wavelength allows the laser to gently and quickly tighten collagen fibers of the soft palate tissue in only one 5 minute session. The tightened soft palate tissue opens the airway and reduces vibrations that cause patients to snore and disrupt sleep.




What are the benefits of Solea Sleep?


  • Significantly reduced or eliminated snoring
  • Better quality, deeper sleep
  • Eliminates morning sore throats and headaches
  • Increased daytime energy, better mood
  • Improved concentration, memory, learning
  • Reduced effects of sleep apnea
  • Stops disrupting partner’s sleep




Is Solea Sleep treatment painful?


No. The majority of patients report not feeling anything during the Solea Sleep procedure, while some report only a slight warm sensation. Before the procedure we apply a topical anesthetic spray to the soft palate to eliminate any discomfort or potential gagging. After treatment you may experience some minor tissue soreness or irritation that lasts about 24 hours.




How long do Solea Sleep results last?


Solea Sleep results lasts on average 12 to 15 months. As with any procedure involving the tightening of elastic tissue, results are not permanent as collagen in the tissue naturally relaxes or loosens over time. For consistent long-term results we recommend that the Solea Sleep procedure be performed once a year.




What is the cost of Solea Sleep treatment?


The cost of Solea Sleep treatment is $750. We offer 0% short-term in-house financing for those who request it, as well as longer terms through 3rd party financing. Learn more about financing options here.




Does insurance cover Solea Sleep?


No. Both dental and medical insurance view Solea Sleep as an “elective” procedure. However, you can use pre-tax dollars in your flexible spending account (FSA) or health savings account (HSA) toward Solea Sleep treatment.




Does Solea Sleep treat sleep apnea?


No. Solea Sleep is not a treatment for Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), a serious health condition that involves partial or complete obstruction of the airway and reduced blood oxygenation levels. However, snoring is a major symptoms in undiagnosed or diagnosed sleep apnea patients, and Solea Sleep treatment can provide significant relief from snoring and improvements in their quality of sleep.




Alternative treatment options to Solea Sleep.


There are a number of treatment options available to treat snoring. One common alternative to treat palatal snoring is a mandibular advancement device, sometimes referred to as a snoreguard, that is worn during sleep to advance the jaw and open the airway. Treatment with Solea Sleep does not prevent future use of these devices if your snoring were to persist after treatment. Other laser treatment options for snoring exist. One option called Nightlase uses a different type of laser than Solea, with energy being absorbed by the superficial layers of tissue. While treatment sessions take longer with this approach and multiple visits are required, patients report high levels of satisfaction with the procedure. Because of the additional time required, Nightlase typically is up to three times more expensive for patients than Solea Sleep. For severe cases, surgical options exist where tissue is removed that is obstructing the airway. These procedures, called a uvulopalatopharyngoplasty or uvulopalatoplasty, have shown mixed clinical outcomes and can result in significant post-operative pain. These treatments would typically be performed by an ENT. Other approaches that may improve your snoring include cessation of alcohol and tobacco, as well as weight loss. Sleeping on your side instead of your back may also help.