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Insufficient Eyelashes

Insufficient eyelashes may be phrased as a matter of opinion, but those who are unsatisfied with the length or thickness of their eyelashes can relate to the frustration of using adhesive lashes to get the desired fullness. There is now an alternative to adhesive eyelashes. It’s called Latisse and it is a topical medication approved by the FDA to treat hypotrichosis, or insufficient eyelashes.

With daily applications along the upper eyelid lash line, Latisse gradually encourages growth of longer, thicker and darker eyelashes. As with any cosmetic treatment regimen, Dr. Buckley must evaluate your medical history to determine whether a Latisse treatment is right for you. You should not use Latisse if you have any active eye condition, including infected, broken or irritated eyelids.

If you’re concerned with the appearance of your eyelashes and want to find out if Latisse is right for you, schedule your initial consultation today by calling +1(570) 296-4000.



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