What Is Pronox?
Pronox is an inhaled pain relief system that is designed to deliver 50% oxygen and 50% nitrous oxide to adult and pediatric patients for the relief of pain and anxiety during medical procedures. It is administered through a mouthpiece and controlled by the patient.
How Does Pronox Work?
Pronox works by delivering a 50% oxygen and 50% nitrous oxide mixture through a mouthpiece where it is inhaled by the patient directly. It takes effect in seconds and is ideal for aesthetic procedures such as a mini facelift, mini necklift, CO2 laser, liposuction, PRP for hair loss, and so much more. It is non-addictive and non-invasive and can be used during the entire procedure. It is proven to be safe and effective in relieving pain and anxiety in seconds and clears from the body quickly when the procedure is finished.
Am I a Good Candidate?
If you are healthy enough to have an aesthetic cosmetic procedure, then you are most likely a great candidate for the use of Pronox during that procedure. Because it takes effect so quickly and then clears the body quickly, it is fast becoming a favorite for many cosmetic procedures.
How Long Does It Last?
Pronox will last for your entire procedure. It is controlled by the patient, who will continue to inhale the product for as long as necessary to relieve pain and anxiety. Once the procedure is over, Pronox clears the system quickly, leaving the patient feeling alert and comfortable.
What Results Will I See?
Once the patient begins to inhale Pronox, they will feel relief within seconds. Patients will feel both pain relief and a calming effect during their treatment. Pronox takes effect within seconds after the patient begins to inhale the product, making it very popular for aesthetic cosmetic procedures.
Is There Any Downtime?
One major benefit of using Pronox is that it clears the patient’s system quickly after the procedure has been completed. It does not leave the person feeling groggy or nauseated as general anesthesia does. Your physicians will give you instructions on operating a vehicle or returning to work following any procedure that involves Pronox. These can be safely done after 10-15 minutes of discontinuing use of Pronox.
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Take The Next Step
If you are preparing for a cosmetic procedure and think that Pronox may be the right type of pain relief for you, then it is time to take the next step and schedule a consultation with the medical team at Dermatology and Plastic Surgery of Arizona. You can do this by calling the Tucson office at 520-207-3100 or the Sierra Vista location at 520-458-1787. You may also schedule an appointment by completing the form on our Contact Us page. Our offices are conveniently located at 698 East Wetmore, Suite #310 in Tucson, Arizona and 150 South Coronado Drive Suite #110 in Sierra Vista, Arizona.