Latisse in Philadelphia

Serving Philadelphia, Wayne, Lancaster, the Main Line, King of Prussia, PA, New Jersey and the neighboring tri state areas

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Latisse is a topical prescription treatment for people who have inadequate lashes. To use Latisse, you must first visit our experienced oculoplastic surgeon, Dr. Ken Morgenstern. You must get a prescription before using Latisse.


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When used daily, Philadelphia Latisse patients can grow longer, thicker, darker eyelashes. The active ingredient in the medication is called "bimatoprost," which is also used in other medications to treat glaucoma. Bimatoprost increases the growth phase of eyelashes and increases the number of individual lash hairs.

Patients in Philadelphia, the Main Line, King of Prussia, New Jersey, and the neighboring tri-state areas who want to achieve fuller, thicker lashes and leave the falsies behind can purchase Latisse at the Morgenstern Center for Orbital & Facial Plastic Surgery.

For some people, no amount of mascara can get them the thicker, fuller eyelashes they want. Sometimes, the eyelashes grow short and thin, and you may be unhappy with the way your eyelashes seem hidden and obscured.

However with Latisse Philadelphia patients can grow long, full eyelashes that define your eyes and lend to the overall attractiveness of your face. At Morgenstern Center for Orbital and Facial Plastic Surgery and our Suite 202 medical spa, we think everyone deserves the confidence of long & healthy eyelashes.

During your consultation at one of our facilities, Dr. Morgenstern will determine if you are eligible for Latisse and provide you with a prescription and instructions for use. Patients who are pregnant, breastfeeding, use eye medications, or have certain conditions.

Is Latisse Safe?



Latisse is the first FDA-approved treatment option for patients with thin or inadequate lashes. Under doctor supervision, Latisse is safe for most adults.


You will first need to undergo a consultation by a physician to determine if you are eligible for Latisse. Dr. Morgenstern offers Latisse to patients in Philadelphia to help them achieve fuller, more luscious eyelashes. Schedule a consultation with him at either location to see if Latisse is right for you.

When applied correctly, patients who use Latisse show success with growing longer, thicker, and darker eyelashes. The results of Latisse will start to show after six to eight weeks of continued application to the upper lid.

From there, patients will continue to see these natural enhancements as long as they use the product. Dr. Morgenstern will show you how to correctly apply Latisse and provide you with careful follow-up instructions to check on your results.

What are the Benefits of Latisse?

There is no shortage of beauty services, treatment options, or make-up products available to lengthen or dramatize the eyelashes. One of the most coveted facial features, long lashes can bring attention to your eyes and flatter your features delicately. However, many patients who are naturally deficient in this area may find themselves spending tons of money or time trying different ways to achieve their desired look.

Most commonly, dramatic false eyelashes are the temporary solution, though some opt for semi-permanent implants. Eyelash implants or lifts should only be performed by licensed professionals, but they are not for everyone and do not last long-term. Latisse offers a non-invasive and painless way to naturally improve the thickness and volume of your lashes.

When it comes to beauty treatments and facial enhancements, there are many options available. Latisse is a prescription treatment for men and women over the age of 16 who want to improve the appearance of their eyelashes.

When you visit a plastic surgeon with experience in optical and facial procedures, you can expect to receive a more specialized approach.

Dr. Morgenstern, for example, works with patients to understand their eligibility for certain treatments and help them fully understand what products like Latisse can offer.

At the Morgenstern Center, our Suite 202 medical spa delivers incredible treatments to patients with all sorts of aesthetic needs. We have facilities in Lancaster and Wayne, PA to help accommodate patients from throughout the communities in the tri-state area.


The first step towards a cosmetic enhancement is to find the right facility and plastic surgeon or physician to help you achieve your goals. It is important to find someone who aligns with your goals and fully understands the concept and risks of cosmetic treatments, even non-surgical procedures.

You should always look into the results of previous procedures and any relevant training or education experience in a certain area. Looking into a plastic surgeon can help you get the peace of mind that you are with a medically-training surgeon who specializes in facial procedures. The Morgenstern Center for Orbital & Facial Plastic Surgery offers consultations to patients who are interested in correcting, treating, or rejuvenating the skin or facial tissue.


Philadelphia Oculoplastic Surgeon, Dr Kenneth Morgenstern

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Wayne, PA Office:
123 Bloomingdale Ave Suite 102
Wayne, PA 19087

Lancaster, PA Office:
805 Estelle Dr Suite 102
Lancaster, PA 17601

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