Do you wish for thick, full lashes that exist naturally, without the help of makeup? With board-certified plastic surgeon Kim Edward Koger, M.D., F.A.C.S., residents of Jupiter, Wellington, Vero Beach and Palm Beach County can create the lashes they’ve always wanted with Latisse®, a prescription-only treatment that will enhance the look of your lashes with ease.
What is Latisse®?
Short or poorly defined eyelashes can be frustrating, especially when using temporary solutions, such as clumpy mascara or sticky false eyelashes. With Latisse®, also called bimatoprost, you can finally have those thick lashes you’ve always wanted in only a few weeks.
The Best Candidates for Latisse®
Almost anyone can undergo Latisse® treatment for thicker, fuller lashes. However, individuals who have been diagnosed with glaucoma, eye pressure problems or low blood pressure may need to talk to their doctor before starting Latisse®. Patients with these conditions may need to be closely monitored to ensure health and safety.
Your Latisse® Treatment
This FDA-approved prescription ointment helps you grow thicker, longer lashes in just two to four months. Latisse®, or bimatoprost, achieves these results by allowing your lashes to grow over a longer period of time, enabling them to grow longer, thicker and darker. With daily application, Latisse® can give you the lashes you’ve always wished for.
Dr. Koger will consult with you regarding the treatment to discuss your expectations and possible results. You will also be instructed on how to apply the Latisse® ointment so that you will be able to manage the application in your own home. Most patients find it to be an easy addition to their nighttime routine, as a clean face is necessary before using this product.
Using Latisse® At Home
Latisse® is a prescription-only product that you apply yourself on a daily basis. It is imperative that you follow the simple and easy to understand instructions provided to you with the ointment. Do not apply Latisse® on your bottom lids or lashes and it is important that you do not allow the ointment to get into your eyes.
How Much Does Latisse® Cost?
The cost of Latisse® varies, depending on the extent of cosmetic treatment necessary to achieve the best results. For your convenience, we accept cash, check, Visa®, MasterCard®, American Express® and Discover®. We offer financing options via CareCredit®.
If you live in or around West Palm Beach, Wellington, Vero Beach or anywhere in Palm Beach County, and are looking for a board-certified plastic surgeon to consult with regarding Latisse®, contact Dr. Koger at Koger Cosmetic Clinic and Medspa in Jupiter, FL, to set up a complimentary consultation.