Latisse is a unique med spa product designed to enhance the growth of eyelashes. An individual suffering from inadequate eyelashes or someone who wants to accentuate facial appearance with thicker and richer looking eyelashes can benefit from this innovative solution. The person can simply apply Latisse to the upper eyelashes every night, leading to progressively fuller, longer, and darker eyelashes.
Optimal results with Latisse are achieved in about four months. The treatment is simple and completely non-invasive, involving no discomfort or downtime. However, the suitability of a candidate must be determined for Latisse treatment. The treatment provider will monitor the progress in the short term over a follow-up appointment. Fiala Aesthetics Medical Spa provides Latisse to patients in Orlando, Altamonte Springs, FL, and surrounding locations.
Safe and Proven Results
Latisse holds the distinction of being the first and only treatment to improve the appearance of eyelashes that has been approved by the FDA. The med spa procedure should only be received from a qualified provider and followed as a once-daily prescription treatment.
The treatment is applied to the base of the upper eyelashes using a sterile, disposable applicator. Most patients report highly satisfactory results in terms of natural looking, darker, thicker, and longer eyelashes.
Continuity of Treatment
While results will begin to show in as little as eight weeks, the patient should ensure that the treatment is continued as prescribed. Results will be maintained only when the treatment is continued.
If the patient discontinues the treatment at some point of time, the eyelashes will gradually return to their earlier condition over a few weeks. Fiala Aesthetics Medical Spa receives patients from Orlando, Altamonte Springs, FL, and nearby areas for Latisse.
Caution in Application
An experienced provider will properly guide the patient about observing necessary precautions while using Latisse. The Latisse solution should only be used on the upper eyelid margins at the base of the eyelashes. Lower eyelids should not be involved while applying the treatment.
If the patient has a medical history of abnormal intraocular pressure (IOP), they should apply Latisse treatment under the professional supervision of a doctor. A few patients may experience darkening of the eyelid skin with Latisse, but the condition is usually reversible. Some patients may also report higher brown pigmentation in the colored part of the eye, but this concern has not come up in clinical studies.
The patient should properly wash hands and face prior to applying Latisse. Contact lenses and makeup, if any, should be removed. Following the application of medication, the patient can replace the contact lenses in about 20 minutes. Just one drop of medication should be placed on the applicator and it must be drawn swiftly but carefully across the skin of the upper eyelid margin at the base of the eyelashes.
The application can be performed from the inner part of the lash line to the outer part. Blotting should be carried out for any excess solution beyond the eyelid margin. The complete procedure should be repeated for the other upper eyelid using a new applicator.
For more information of the treatments and procedures offered at this Orlando Medical Spa by Dr. Thomas Fiala please contact us at (407) 339-3222 or visit www.plasticsurgeryinflorida.com ; freezemyfatflorida.com