Latisse Near Washington DC
Get long, lovely lashes with Latisse®. If you live in Washington, D.C., Columbia, MD, or any of the surrounding communities, Nia Banks, M.D., a board-certified plastic surgeon, is a perfectionist who treats your body like a work of art and she can help you with Latisse® treatments at the Beaux Arts Institute of Plastic Surgery, located in Lanham, MD.
What is Latisse®?
Do you need an eyelash growth enhancer? Hypotrichosis, or inadequate eyelash growth, is a condition that affects many individuals. It used to be that there really was no solution to thin or patchy eyelashes. But now there’s Latisse®, which keeps your eyelashes in their growth stage for a longer period of time and stimulates the transition from an inactive growth phase to an active growth phase. The growth cycle of an eyelash is typically one to two months, then the lash transitions back to a resting phase before eventually falling out. Latisse® is a prostaglandin analogue, which effectively treats hypotrichosis of the eyelashes by increasing the growth of your eyelashes, including their length and thickness.
What are the Benefits of Latisse®?
For ages, women have been wearing false lashes on special occasions to enhance their eyes. Have you ever wished you could have a similar effect that looked more natural, a look you could wear every day but without the glue and touch ups? Other products claim to grow lashes, but Latisse® truly is the miracle you’ve been looking for if you want to have longer, thicker lashes in a month with incredibly dramatic results after four months. Once you have achieved your full results, you can start using Latisse® every other day. Latisse® is the only prescription medication for hypotrichosis.
Who is a Candidate for Latisse®?
Dr. Banks recommends Latisse® as an effective choice for those patients who are healthy and have realistic expectations. If you have thinning eyelashes, set up your consultation now with Dr. Banks. Typically within three to four weeks of your treatment, you start to see results, with the full treatment requiring 16 weeks.
What is the Procedure for Latisse®?
The great news about Latisse® is that there is no procedure, no downtime, and no invasive surgery or recovery. You self-administer Latisse® with a provided applicator every day following Dr. Banks instructions. During your consultation, Dr. Banks will show you how to correctly administer the Latisse® medication and will answer any questions that you may have. It is important that you follow Dr. Banks’s instructions for the administration of Latisse® very carefully to achieve the full effect.
How Much Does Latisse® Cost?
Your costs for Latisse® will vary based on your unique needs. Every patient is different, and each patient’s unique needs are different, so take the time to schedule a one-on-one consultation with Dr. Banks who will go over in detail all of your options and your personal goals for your lashes. It’s her goal to make sure every treatment is uniquely customized to each patient, so give us a call today to set up your appointment. During your initial consultation with Dr. Banks, you will find that she not only has an extremely comforting spirit but that she is a perfectionist who will treat your body like a work of art. Our entire staff is courteous and professional, focused on making sure you have a very good experience in a very comfortable atmosphere. But most importantly to you, from a patient’s perspective, is our entire team’s knowledge and willingness to explain every detail, and to answer any questions you may have about your treatment or to answer any questions you may have about forms of payment or financing.
“Amazing…absolutely amazing.” That’s what past patients of Nia Banks, M.D., have had to say about her work and that’s how your eyelashes will look after you successfully complete your Latisse® treatment program. Dr. Banks and the entire staff of Beaux Arts Institute of Plastic Surgery is courteous and professional, focused on making sure patients in Washington, DC, Columbia, MD, and the surrounding communities have a very good experience in a very comfortable atmosphere. Contact us today to set up your complimentary Latisse® consultation with Dr. Banks!
Meet Dr. Nia Banks
Dr. Nia Banks is a board-certified plastic surgeon who treats patients in Washington, DC and Columbia, MD and the surrounding communities. Dr. Banks received her surgical training from Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, where she completed the Integrated Residency Program in plastic and reconstructive surgery.Click to read more