Pronox For Pain Control

Whether you’re undergoing laser hair removal or busting unwanted fat with CoolSculpting, you want to guarantee that pain won’t stand in your way. If your minor procedure has the potential to be a painful or emotional experience, you want to manage your pain and anxiety as effectively as possible.

But how? You can’t exactly load up on ibuprofen or take a sleeping pill. ProNox has the answer!

What Is ProNox?

ProNox makes it possible to enjoy a pleasant experience with positive memories, regardless of the treatment you’re receiving. It is a 50/50 blend of nitrous oxide and oxygen designed to interrupt your instinctual fear-pain cycle.

Unlike other pain relief options, ProNox is unique because it’s patient-administered. This helps you feel in total control of your procedure experience. ProNox sets in quickly, so you can trust that any pain or discomfort will rapidly be replaced with relief and comfort.

Benefits of Using ProNox For Your Cosmetic Procedure

ProNox offers a number of benefits that other pain relief options simply cannot.

In addition to being fast-acting, ProNox also quickly clears out of the body. This means you don’t need someone else to drive you home after your procedure. The effects of ProNox only last until you discontinue use. As soon as you stop self-administering ProNox, you can quickly resume to a normal state of feeling and awareness in order to continue your daily routine.

Whether you’re trying to escape the feelings of pain or the familiar tugs of anxiety, ProNox immediately provides the protection you want physically and mentally. Best of all, it’s easy to use while decreasing the risk of infection. You get all of the benefits without any of the risks!

Where Can You Use ProNox?

Not all doctor’s offices and medical spas offer ProNox, so it’s important to seek out a provider in your area. Contact Hermann Aesthetics & Wellness to make an appointment and take advantage of the simple, easy to use ProNox system. Call (813) 902-9559 to make an appointment in Tampa or St. Petersburg today.