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Eyelashes and Eyeliner

Latisse™ Solution for Eyelashes

Latisse™ solution is a prescription treatment used to grow eyelashes, making them longer, thicker, and darker. Eyelash hypotrichosis is another name for having inadequate or not enough eyelashes.

Long, thick, and dark eyelashes frame the eyes and express a look of dramatic elegance.

Latisse™ is believed to affect the growth (anagen) phase of the eyelash hair cycle in at least two ways: first, it increases the length of this phase; and second, it increases the number of hairs in this growth phase. The onset of effect with Latisse™ solution is gradual. Latisse™ gradually changes the body’s chemistry to produce fuller lashes. It is not a cosmetic application.

In clinical trials, the majority of Latisse™ users saw a significant improvement by 2 months. As with any surgical procedure or prescription treatment, careful consideration and expert advice are critical to making an informed choice. Dr. Apesos is experienced with many treatment options.

Cosmetic Eyeliner (Micropigmentation)

Micropigmentation is a method of placing pigment into the skin to enhance the lips, eyes, and eyebrows. Micropigmentation eliminates the need for daily applications of mascara. You always look good!

The pigment can also be used to conceal scars, vitiligo, burns and other skin pigmentation conditions. The procedure is safe and effective. A detailed consultation before the procedure will help to assure patient satisfaction.

Initial consultations will review your goals and help you choose the most appropriate shades to complement your hair and skin tones. It is important to understand how permanent micropigmentation treatments will appear as your skin changes through seasons and over time.

Dr. Apesos has the training and experience to advise you on your various options. To discuss whether eyelash enhancement or micropigmentation is right for you, and to understand the options and risks, please call our office for a consultation appointment.


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