What is an Ocuploplastic Surgeon?

An oculoplastic surgeon has training in both Ophthalmology and Plastic Reconstructive Surgery. The specialty of Oculoplastics is an art that combines the meticulous detailed microsurgical techniques of ophthalmology with the aesthetic understanding of plastic surgery.

Latisse

Are you seeking longer, fuller eyelashes? LATISSE™ may be right for you!

LATISSE™ is an FDA-approved ophthalmic solution, and it is the first and only prescription treatment effective in growing longer, fuller, and darker eyelashes for those who can't properly grow eyelashes like they desire due to a condition known as Hypotrichosis. When LATISSE™ is applied daily to the base of upper eyelashes, an increase of lash growth is possible as a result of it's active ingredient known as bimatoprost. Research suggests that bimatoprost helps to grow eyelashes longer as well as increase the percentage of hairs during the new growth phase.

LATISSE™ is easy to use and provides visible results that can be seen over time. Although results may vary, after using the solution as directed, patients participating in a clinical trial noticed results gradually; first at 4 weeks, more significantly at 8 weeks, and the full result after 16 weeks of use.

Not everyone may be a candidate for this treatment. Your doctor at the Eye Physicians of Long Beach will have to evaluate your medical history to determine if it's right for you.

LATISSE™ is easy to use and provides you with visible results that can be seen over time.  Although results can vary, after using the solution as directed—once a day—patients participating in a clinical trial noticed results gradually; first at 4 weeks, more significantly at 8 weeks and the full result after 16 weeks of use.

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