Enhance your lashes with help from our team!

Do you want long, thick, lush lashes that are your own? Many women resort to lash extensions, which are beautiful to look at but often lead to damage to the lashes, leaving them thin, broken, unhealthy, and uneven. False lashes can also be problematic for some patients, as the glue can irritate the eyes and increase one’s risk for eye infections. Dr. Shelin Tkatch is a board-certified gynecologist-surgeon with a Diploma in Dermatology and is pleased to provide the choice to grow your lashes to the fullness you crave.

How can I increase the length and fullness of my eyelashes without extensions?

Two options currently used by both Dr. Tkatch and her team are the ZO Lash Enhancing Serum (no prescription required) and the prescription-only Latisse.

  • ZO Lash Enhancing Serum. If you are seeking a non-prescription solution for thin, short lashes, you may want to ask Dr. Tkatch whether or not ZO Lash Enhancing Serum is right for you. This particular serum is applied to the lashes using an applicator pen and can promote thicker, longer, and darker lashes for a more feminine appearance.
  • Latisse. Another option to consider is Latisse, an FDA-approved lash medication used to help grow the eyelashes. The active ingredient is bimatoprost, which started as a glaucoma medication and was found to have the side effect of improving the appearance of the eyelashes with continued use. This is available by prescription only and must be used daily to maintain the changes achieved.

Ask us which option is best for you, and get ready to bat those lashes!

If you are serious about visiting with a doctor who has the expertise and experience to provide cosmetic and medical solutions for a wide range of concerns and you live in Surrey, British Columbia, we encourage you to book an appointment at MD Wellness Solutions to request a consultation visit with our dual-qualified doctor. The office is at 313-2626 Croydon Drive and can be reached by calling (604) 385-3838. Dr. Shelin Tkatch’s patients come from White Rock, Langley, Delta, Vancouver, Richmond, and across the British Columbia area.