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ProNox: Pain Free Aesthetics in Phoenix, AZ

In the world of aesthetics, comfort during procedures is a top priority for many patients. ProNox is a game-changer in this regard, offering a pain-free experience for various aesthetic treatments. At Body By Leverett, we utilize ProNox for a range of procedures, including injectables, microneedling, and other minor aesthetic treatments. Dr. Leverett is dedicated to providing this advanced pain management option to ensure a comfortable experience for patients from Phoenix, Chandler, Gilbert, and surrounding areas in Arizona.

What is ProNox for Pain Free Aesthetics?

ProNox is a patient-controlled analgesia system that combines oxygen and nitrous oxide to provide pain and anxiety relief during medical procedures. This system allows patients to self-administer the gas, giving them a sense of control over their pain management. The effects of ProNox are felt within seconds, offering immediate relief. The effects also wear off quickly after the gas is stopped, allowing patients to recover rapidly without prolonged drowsiness. These benefits make it an ideal solution for patients who are seeking pain free aesthetics treatments.

How Does ProNox Work?

ProNox works by allowing patients to inhale a 50/50 mixture of oxygen and nitrous oxide, commonly known as laughing gas, through a handheld device. This mixture quickly reduces pain and anxiety, making it ideal for use during minimally invasive aesthetic procedures. The patient is in control of the inhalation, which enhances comfort and reduces procedure-related stress.

What Procedures Can ProNox Be Used For?

ProNox is particularly beneficial for procedures that might cause discomfort or anxiety, such as injectables (like Botox and fillers), microneedling, and other non-invasive skincare treatments. Its rapid onset and equally swift dissipation make it an excellent choice for short-duration treatments, helping to improve the overall patient experience by minimizing discomfort. If you are concerned about pain or anxiety during your cosmetic treatment, we’ll help you determine if ProNox is appropriate.

Is ProNox Safe?

ProNox is considered very safe when administered under the supervision of a trained professional. The mixture of nitrous oxide and oxygen has been used safely in medicine for many years, providing effective pain and anxiety relief with minimal side effects. At Body By Leverett, our staff is trained to ensure that ProNox is used safely and effectively, enhancing patient comfort without compromising safety.

Are There Any ProNox Side Effects?

While ProNox is widely recognized for its safety and effectiveness in reducing pain and anxiety, like any medical treatment, it can have side effects. However, the side effects are generally mild and temporary. Here are some common side effects associated with the use of ProNox:

Mild Dizziness

Patients may experience mild dizziness during or shortly after inhaling ProNox. This sensation typically resolves quickly once inhalation stops.


A small percentage of patients might feel nauseous when using ProNox. This is usually short-lived and ceases once the treatment is over.


Due to the nitrous oxide in ProNox, some patients may feel a temporary sense of euphoria or lightheadedness during its use.


Patients may feel slightly sleepy while using ProNox, but this effect dissipates rapidly once the inhalation is discontinued.

Temporary Tingling Sensations

Some individuals may notice tingling sensations in their arms or legs while using ProNox. This effect is temporary and should diminish after the procedure.

Are There Any ProNox Contraindications?

While ProNox is beneficial for many patients, it is not suitable for everyone. There are certain contraindications that must be considered before opting for ProNox as a pain management system during aesthetic procedures. Here are some of the key groups who should avoid using ProNox:

  • Patients with respiratory conditions
  • Patients with Vitamin B12 deficiency
  • Pregnant women
  • Patients with certain mental health conditions
  • Patients with middle ear issues

Considering the contraindications above, it's essential for patients to discuss their complete medical history with Dr. Leverett during the consultation. This discussion helps determine whether ProNox is a suitable option.

How Much Does ProNox Cost in Phoenix, AZ?

The cost of using ProNox for pain free aesthetics procedures can vary based on the type and duration of the treatment. During your consultation, we’ll develop a personalized treatment plan and help you determine if ProNox is appropriate for your procedure. Then, we’ll explain all of the costs associated with your treatment so you know exactly what to expect before proceeding with the procedure. To make treatment costs as affordable as possible, we are proud to offer financing through options like CareCredit® and Prosper Healthcare Lending.

If you are considering an aesthetic procedure but are concerned about discomfort, ProNox may be an excellent option for you. Contact Body By Leverett today to schedule your consultation and learn more about how ProNox can make your treatment experience as comfortable as possible. We welcome patients from Phoenix, Chandler, Gilbert, and the neighboring communities in Arizona.