The Park Clinic is planning to be open on Friday, September 18th. We currently do not have power and are unable to confirm appointments. Please be advised there will be no No-Show penalty for patients unable to make it to their appointment. We will be available for all patients who need us. If you had an appointment scheduled with us this week and it was cancelled due to Hurricane Sally, we will be in contact with you as soon as we can. It may be early next week, but we will get those appointments rescheduled. We hope that all of our patients stayed safe during the storm. Should you have an emergency please dial 911.

Latisse Mobile

Latisse Mobile

Long, elegant lashes are a highly admired trait. Many women struggle to achieve the look with gluing on fake lashes and competing mascaras that promise to lengthen and define your lashes, but until now there has never been an FDA approved eyelash enhancement product on the market that really can achieve those long, elegant lashes you desire. Latisse, from Allergen, is a prescription treatment that is intended to treat hypotrichosis (aka. having too few eyelashes). One of the main ingredients in Latisse is bimatoprost which is known to stimulate lash growth.

The before and after photos of proven eyelash growth on those who use Latisse are truly amazing, but as with all products and procedures, there are potential risks and side effects. Some women may experience redness, itching, irritation and dryness of the eyes. Discolorations of the skin on the area of the eyelid the treatment is applied on, and potential allergic reactions are also a possible risk. Speaking to your skin care professional is the best way to determine if Latisse may be right for you.

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