Latisse Conveniently located to serve Pittsburgh and Pennsylvania

Thick, lush eyelashes are an enviable feature on any face. If you have naturally thin lashes, or your lashes have diminished with age, pump up their volume with Latisse. Latisse is an eyelash thickening prescription product available at the Pittsburgh office of  plastic surgeon Lori Cherup. More than 2.5 million Latisse kits have been sold nationwide. Latisse produces incredibly beautiful, natural-looking results.

Enhanced eyelashes will compliment other aesthetic treatments, such as cosmetic dermal fillers and skin rejuvenation, to help achieve a more youthful look.



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  • What is Latisse?

    Latisse is a topical solution for the treatment of hypotrichosis, another name for inadequate eyelashes. Latisse should be applied to the base of the upper eyelashes (where the lashes meet the skin) every night for 16 weeks. Contact lenses should be removed before applying and the product should not be applied to the lower eyelid. Dr. Cherup and her Pittsburgh skin care team will provide more detailed instructions for patients when they dispense the prescription.

    Please note that Latisse will cause hair growth in any area to which it is frequently applied, including the eyebrow area, so please use with care.

    If you have ever been diagnosed with, or taken prescription medication for an eye pressure problem, please be sure to inform Dr. Cherup before starting Latisse treatment.

  • What to Expect with Latisse

    Your lashes will gradually become longer, thicker and darker with Latisse use. Results may be noticeable as soon as four weeks after starting Latisse treatment. By 16 weeks, you should notice dramatically thicker, fuller lashes. The lashes should also look darker in color.

    For some, Latisse may cause the eyelid skin to darken, but this is reversible. Another possible side effect is increased brown pigmentation of the colored part of the eye; this may be permanent. In rare cases, Latisse patients may develop itchy eyes or eye redness.

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    The results of Latisse need to be maintained with continued treatment; otherwise, lashes will gradually return to their previous appearance over several weeks to months.

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For more information on the Radiance Skin Care Clinic and other skin procedures, call Dr. Cherup at (412) 220-8181 or (877) 441-0639 or use our online form below.

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Dr. Lori Cherup also provides sophisticated treatments for eyelid surgerynose surgery and facelift Pittsburgh patients.

From Our Patients…

“Susan Mowry is the absolute ultimate professional, she listened to my concerns and with her expertise worked her magic to make me a lifetime devoted client who I recommended to my closest friends and relatives. Trust me, If you are feeling a little tired looking, see Susan, she will make you look much better real quick! No bruising!”

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701 Boyce Road at Washington Pike
Bridgeville, PA 15017

Phone: (412) 220-8181

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  • Monday: 7:30am - 5pm
  • Tuesday: 7:30am - 5pm
  • Wednesday: 7:30am - 5pm
  • Thursday: 7:30am - 5pm
  • Friday: 7:30am - 5pm
  • Saturday: 9am - 2pm
  • Sunday: Closed

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Radiance Plastic Surgery

701 Boyce Road at Washington Pike
Bridgeville, PA 15017
(412) 220-8181
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Ohio Valley Medical Building Branch Office

27 Heckel Road, Suite 106
McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania 15136
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Main office Radiance Plastic Surgery and Building with Radiance Surgery Center

701 Boyce Road at Washington Pike
Bridgeville, PA 15017
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25 Heckel Road,
McKees Rocks, PA 15136
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Monongahela Valley office

1025 Country Club Road Suite B (Dr. Krishnan’s office),
Monongahela PA 15063
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We are proud to introduce to you our haven of health, beauty, and safe surgery – Radiance – Private Outpatient Surgery Center. Radiance Surgery Center has undergone the most stringent evaluations and inspections, such as those our local and university hospitals have undergone. The Pennsylvania State Department of Health, Medicare, and the Joint Commission for Accreditation of Hospitals have licensed Radiance Surgery Center as a first-class surgical center, and we will be able to bill for all third-party insurance plans for facility fees for reconstructive surgery. Read More.


Joint Commission Information: Radiance Surgery Center is Accredited by the Joint Commission for Accreditation of Hospitals, for any comments or concerns please contact them at

Phone: (800) 994-6610

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