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Latisse Helps You Revitalize Brittle Eyelashes

There are cosmetic procedures available to correct many different types of aesthetic imperfections. However, when it comes to thinning eyelashes, one of the most common things that people opt for is false eyelashes and other temporary fixes.

While these solutions are effective for a short period of time, nothing beats naturally thick lashes. Thanks to latisse, it is now possible to get beautiful and healthy looking lashes that last.

Improve the Look of Your Lashes with Latisse

Latisse has been used to treat thinning eyelashes for over a decade. It is FDA approved and known to show visible results. It is safe to use and works quickly. After a consultation with a certified professional, your doctor may prescribe the treatment if you are a worthy candidate. You can then purchase the kit to use at home. The solution would have to be applied daily to get longer, thicker, and darker lashes.

To begin, you will have to remove any makeup that you’re wearing. If you wear contacts, you will have to remove them before application. Start the process after washing your hands thoroughly with soap and avoid touching the tip of the applicator or the tip of the bottle as well. This is to avoid any chances of infections.

Each package consists of the solution to be used. There is also a sterile applicator that can be used once per application. One drop of the solution is taken on the applicator and then applied on the base of the eyelashes. This is then done with a different applicator for the other eye as well. This is a solution recommended for application on the upper eyelids alone.

The dosage required might be recommended by the physician. But in most cases this is used once each day for as long as 16 weeks. With continued use, your lashes will remain thick for a long time.

Preparing for the Treatment

Your doctor will examine your eye for ocular pressure and to rule out any existing eye infections. Once you are found to be fit for the procedure, you will be given a prescription. After the first application, you should check for eye irritation or redness. If you notice any, you might have to check with the doctor. This isn’t likely to occur as this is one of the safest methods available to improve the appearance of the lashes.

Benefits of Latisse

Latisse is known to naturally increase the length and thickness of the eyelashes. This also makes the eyelashes look darker and healthier. The results appear soon after one course of the treatment is done. This means that within 16 weeks the lashes start growing thicker for most users. It works from the inside slowly to give results that last long.

Thinning lashes can occur either with the extensive use of eye makeup products or due to several other reasons. There are very few methods available to correct thinning lashes. No matter what the cause is, this method can stop lashes from falling and promote the growth of thicker and more beautiful lashes.

Contact Our Office

If you’re interested in rejuvenating your thick lashes, please contact our office today. Dr. Robert Lowen, a board-certified plastic surgeon, will help you throughout your entire journey from beginning to end.

New Law Requires Notice to Patients About Open Payments Database

Pursuant to Assembly Bill (AB) 1278, physicians will soon be required to provide a notice to their patients regarding the Open Payments database (Database), which is managed by the U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, or CMS.

Specifically, this new law requires physicians to do the following beginning January 1, 2024, a physician who uses a website in their medical practice must conspicuously post the same notice described below on their website.

Under this law, a violation of these requirements constitutes unprofessional conduct.

“For informational purposes only, a link to the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Open Payments web page is provided here. https://openpaymentsdata.cms.gov/

The federal Physician Payments Sunshine Act requires that detailed information about payment and other payments of value worth over ten dollars ($10) from manufacturers of drugs, medical devices, and biologics to physicians and teaching hospitals be made available to the public.”

Beginning January 1, 2024, a physician who uses a website in their medical practice must conspicuously post the same notice described above on their website.

Under this law, a violation of these requirements constitutes unprofessional conduct.