Thick, long eyelashes draw attention to your eyes. People with short, thin eyelashes normally have to use mascara and false eyelashes to achieve the look they want. But no more! Now you can have long, sexy eyelashes with Latisse® from Rottman Plastic Surgery.
Double board certified and fellowship-trained plastic surgeon Dr. Steven J. Rottman is pleased to offer these treatments to the men and women of Baltimore, MD, and surrounding communities.
Your eyelashes frame and draw attention to your eyes. Many people rely on mascara and false eyelashes to enhance their natural lashes. Applying mascara is a messy process, and false eyelashes are next to impossible to get straight. Both of these products make it obvious that you have enhanced your own lashes.
If you want long and thick eyelashes naturally, Dr. Rottman recommends Latisse®, a prescription-strength product that is clinically proven to lengthen and thicken your eyelashes.
Latisse® is recommended for men and women who want longer, thicker, natural eyelashes. The product is clinically proven to enhance upper and lower eyelashes in as little as 16 weeks. Best of all, you can throw away all of that mascara and those false eyelashes!
Latisse® is an at-home treatment that you apply before you go to bed. Using a special applicator that comes with the product, you dab Latisse® along the base of your upper eyelashes. As you sleep, Latisse® spreads to your lower eyelashes.
For best results, you should thoroughly clean your eye area before applying Latisse®. Contact lenses should be removed before application.
In just 14 days, you start to see longer, thicker, sexier eyelashes. Full results take about 16 weeks. If you stop using Latisse®, your eyelashes may thin and shorten.
Latisse® costs are different for each patient. We accept cash, personal checks, credit cards, and CareCredit®. To learn more, please visit our financing page.
Latisse® works for most of our patients, but the product is not right for everyone. Some medical conditions cause thin, short eyelashes. For patients with these conditions, Latisse® does not work.
When you invest in any cosmetic treatment, you want to feel confident you will achieve the results you want. Dr. Rottman is specially qualified to determine if Latisse® is right for you.
During your personal consultation, Dr. Rottman examines your eyelashes to determine if you have any medical conditions or other circumstances that will affect the outcome of Latisse®. If he decides that Latisse® is not right for you, he suggests alternatives that may give you better results.
Dr. Steven J. Rottman is a cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgery expert who serves the men and women of Baltimore and surrounding areas. Dr. Rottman is recognized for his approach to plastic and reconstructive surgery that gives his patients exceptional natural-looking results.
Because each patient is unique, Dr. Rottman uses both traditional and advanced techniques for his procedures.
Please contact us today to schedule your personal consultation with Dr. Rottman.
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