Nitrous oxide gives patients the ability to relax and have peace of mind during their treatment.
Is ProNox the same as anesthesia?
ProNox is not anesthesia and will not put the patient to sleep. Patients are in control of how much Nitrous Oxide they receive throughout the procedure. ProNox is incredibly mild and is designed to simply keep the patient feeling relaxed throughout their procedure.
Is ProNox safe?
ProNox is FDA-approved, and there are currently more than 5,000 ProNox systems in use throughout the world. The system has been used for over a decade in various medical and cosmetic fields. Unlike other systems, ProNox gives patients control over their dosage with its fixed Nitrous Oxide system. The system is designed for easy use and always maintains a safe ratio.
Are there any side effects?
Side effects occur very rarely and will only last about 5 to 7 minutes. These side effects typically won’t happen the second time a patient uses the ProNox system. Some potential effects include headaches, dizziness, and nausea.
How much does ProNox cost?
ProNox can be bundled together with certain non-surgical treatments and the cost starts around $100.