Grow long, dark eyelashes with Latisse. Consult with leading NYC cosmetic surgeon B. Aviva Preminger, MD.
Latisse is a safe way to grow long, luxurious lashes. Learn more from Dr. Preminger.
The eyelashes do not only visually frame the eyes; they also protect the eyes from debris and other irritants. But aging and damage can take their toll, leaving the eyelashes sparse and unhealthy. Luckily, there is a medication that is clinically proven to increase eyelash growth.
Preparation & Treatment Plan
Leading New York City plastic surgeon Dr. B. Aviva Preminger offers Latisse consultations for patients who’d like to learn more about this innovative treatment.
New York law requires that Latisse be dispensed with a prescription only. Leading NYC cosmetic surgeon Dr. Aviva Preminger uses the opportunity to address your concerns and offer tailored solutions. She will also review your medical history to ensure that Latisse is the right solution for you, discuss potential side effects, and explain how to use the product.
It is not recommended for anyone with ocular pressure issues.
Review of instructions
Latisse is applied once a day, with the most benefit being seen after 12-16 weeks. If you apply Latisse regularly, such as a part of your before bed ritual, you may begin to see results in as little as four to eight weeks.
Latisse comes packaged in a dropper bottle with a supply of sterile applicators. A drop of the solution is placed near the tip of an applicator and drawn across the base of the eyelashes of the top lid, from the inner corner of the eye to the outer, much like eyeliner. Excess solution may be blotted away with a tissue.
It is recommended that you remove contacts before applying the Latisse solution. You should also use a new sterile applicator for each eye, each day. Also, be sure not to touch the tip of the bottle or allow it to touch other surfaces or the bottle may become contaminated by bacteria that can cause infections.