Have you always wanted longer, thicker eyelashes? Latisse is an FDA-approved treatment for accomplishing just that. To learn more about it, please call The Plastic Surgery Center of Maryland at (410) 616-3000. Our board-certified plastic surgeon Adam L. Basner, MD, provides a number of non-surgical treatments, such as Latisse, for patients who want to enhance their beauty without surgery.
How Latisse Works
Latisse is a prescription medication, so you have to receive it from a doctor. It is prescribed for inadequate eyelashes. Latisse makes your eyelashes grow longer, thicker and darker, which can enhance the appearance of your eyes and your entire face. At Dr. Basner's office, the cost of a 3 mL vial of Latisse is $120.
Latisse is the only prescription with FDA approval to treat inadequate eyelash growth. The treatment process is quite simple. After you receive your Latisse from Dr. Basner, you will apply once a day to the upper eyelashes only. It's important not to apply it to the lower eyelashes, as doing so will provide an undesirable result. You won't notice a difference immediately because it takes some time for the eyelashes to start growing. After about 8 weeks, you should start seeing longer, thicker, darker lashes. Your best results should be visible after 16 weeks. At that point, you can reduce applications to about 3 times per week.
Once you stop using Latisse, the effect will fade. You must keep using it to maintain the results.
Finding the Treatments that work for You
Dr. Basner provides individualized, cosmetic consultations* at our state-of-the-art office. We want to make sure you get the final look that will make you feel the most confident and attractive. We can explain all of the surgical and non-surgical options available to you. Our comfortable, luxurious office provides the utmost privacy and confidentiality, and we use advanced equipment and the latest techniques.
To schedule a Latisse consultation at our greater Baltimore plastic surgery office, please contact The Plastic Surgery Center of Maryland.