Latisse® is the only FDA approved treatment that is specifically designed to encourage eyelash growth. As a well-known feminine quality, long and luscious lashes are now possible for women who may have seen a decrease in volume and new lash growth. Each year, women in Encino and Beverly Hills spend hours of time and hundreds of dollars on fake eyelashes, mascara, and eyelash curlers to achieve the appearance of thicker and longer eyelashes. In most instances, the products used to create the appearance of full eyelashes actually has the opposite effect long term, causing eyelashes to become brittle, break, or even fall out. With Latisse treatment and supervision from plastic surgeon Dr. Matthew Malamet, fuller, thicker, and longer eyelashes are possible.
The Latisse Procedure
Latisse is a topical eyelash treatment that is applied to the base of a patient’s eyelids similar to liquid eye liner. With daily application, Latisse will begin to produce results after just 4 short weeks, with patient’s beginning to see longer, fuller, and darker eyelashes. In most cases, Latisse actually stimulates new eyelash growth, and patient satisfaction is very high. Dr. Malamet supervises the progress of Latisse to ensure the very best results.
Latisse Key Facts:
- Anesthesia: N/A
- Length of Procedure: 5 Minutes per day.
- Length of Stay: N/A
- Discomfort: None
- Anticipate: N/A
- Final Results: Visible after 4 weeks, but full results visible after 16 weeks
- Duration of Results: Latisse is a temporary treatment and continued use is necessary to preserve results.
With continued daily treatments, the results of Latisse will be visible after just 4 short weeks, but the full results will come after 16 weeks. Latisse results are temporary, and treatments will have to be continued to maintain the results. Once the Latisse treatments end, the eyelashes will return to their previous appearance.
If you would like to learn more about Latisse and how it works to create longer, fuller, and darker eyelashes, Schedule a consultation with Dr. Matthew Malamet. He meets with each patient individually to address any questions or concerns that may come up prior to the actual procedure.