Tired of using false eyelashes to enhance your look? Thanks to Las Vegas Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Frank L. Stile at Stile Aesthetics, you have other options like Latisse®. Also known as bimatoprost, Latisse® is an FDA-approved prescription treatment that is used to improve inadequate eyelash growth.
The sophisticated formula directly targets the hair follicles of the upper eyelash to stimulate healthier, fuller, and darker eyelashes. Latisse® can be a great long-term solution for you if you have thin eyelashes or simply desire a more luscious look. Dr. Stile will be happy to discuss all the benefits of Latisse® with you during a consultation at our Las Vegas, NV office.
Since Latisse® is a prescription treatment that can only be obtained by a doctor, all patients must undergo a thorough exam and consultation. During this time, your doctor will assess your eyelash condition and determine if Latisse® is right for you.
Once prescribed, it’s important to follow all instructions provided by your doctor. Latisse® should only be applied to the upper eyelid, as it is not meant to be applied to the lower eyelid. With daily applications for at least 1 month, after 4 months use every other day so you can maintain your results.
Your eyelashes will become fuller, thicker, and darker.
Take the first step. Get your questions answered and find out which treatment option is best for your concerns by meeting with Dr. Frank Stile at Stile Aesthetics for an in-person consultation.
Simply fill out the form on this page, and one of our experienced team members will reach out to you promptly to schedule your consultation.
*Individual Results May Vary
The ideal candidates for Latisse®:
While the benefits of Latisse may begin to appear after 4-6 weeks, the full Latisse® treatment typically takes 16 weeks to complete.
With the daily application of Latisse®, patients can expect fuller eyelashes within 4-6 weeks.
There is no downtime with Latisse®. However, common symptoms may include itchy or red eyes and it’s possible for darkening to appear along the application area of the upper eyelid.
The treatment may also cause darkening of the colored portion of the eyes. The darkening to the upper eyelid and the colored portion of the eyes may be irreversible.
*Individual results may vary