LiceDoctors’ technicians provide Georgia families with discreet head lice treatment and nit removal services in the comfort of your own home using all-natural treatments. Our track record of successfully eradicating lice in over 250,000 people speaks for itself. We back our claim with a full guarantee. We value our customers and for your convenience, we are available 7-days a week and offer same day head lice treatments, day or night.
LiceDoctors is Georgia’s only lice removal service with a physician medical director on staff–Dr. Stephen Beck. Call LiceDoctors in the Atlanta area at 404-618-0472 and in the Savannah area at 912-421-2119. LiceDoctors has an “A” rating with the Better Business Bureau. With 20 years of experience and services nation-wide, we must be doing something right!
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Thumbs Up to LiceDoctors
“Although I hope we never get lice again, if it does happen, I’ll definitely be calling LiceDoctors right away.” – Judie R. in Atlanta, Georgia, Yelp, 5 stars
OTC Shampoos Didn’t Get Out the Nits
“LiceDoctors really saved us. We had already been through one treatment when my 6 year old daughter [and then I] contracted lice and did several rounds of shampoos. By the time LiceDoctors came to our house we had done many treatments but there were still nits. The olive oil treatment was explained to us and while it was a long process to do at home, it equipped us to handle any more episodes as they occur- and it is non-damaging to our hair! We were very grateful for the patience and kindness of our provider.” – Nora K. in Smyrna, Georgia, Google Plus, 5 stars
Most Thorough and Comprehensive Treatment
“LiceDoctors is the most thorough and comprehensive treatment for lice removal! So glad to have this service in Buckhead!” – Yves G. in Buckhead, Georgia, Google Plus, 5 stars
“We are very pleased with the excellent service that LiceDoctors provided. You turned lemons into lemonade for as you cheerfully treated our family. It actually became a bonding experience and my kids are even singing your virtues to all of their friends. Thank you very much.” – Kevin M. in Savannah, Georgia
“I can’t believe I’m writing a lice testimonial, but I feel I have to since I was at wit’s end (“nit’s end”!). My family is nit-free thanks to LiceDoctors and they quelled my fears by their professionalism, thorough process and knowledge of “all things lice.” Don’t bother with over the counter or prescription drugs to treat lice. They don’t work. But LiceDoctors does!” – Loretta G. in Pooler, Georgia
Can These Lice Crawl Around My House?
Imagine this scenario, your LiceDoctors technician is at your Georgia home and she is working diligently at pulling out the lice and eggs (nits) that she finds in your child’s hair. As she combs through the hair, she swipes the comb on a paper towel. You look down at the paper towel and you see more bugs and eggs then you had wanted to see…ever. The next thought that enters your mind is: Are there lice still crawling around in my home as well? Are there lice in the sheets? On the clothes?
Your technician not only eradicates the lice on the head, she educates and reassures. You will learn what to do to help prevent lice, how to identify lice and nits, and what to do and NOT do to make sure that they do not return. One thing you do NOT have to worry about is a louse in the house. That’s right. If you look at the picture above, you will see that the there are several bugs (the largest ones) as well as some nits (small oval shaped with antennae protruding from one end). Let’s take the nits first. If a nit falls off the hair can it it somehow attach to the hair? The answer is definitely not. The only way a nit can be in the hair is if it is laid by a louse in the hair. Can a nit hatch in the house and the baby climb into your hair? Again, no. If a nit somehow falls off the hair (a very unlikely event since it is glued to the hair), it will die quickly. Nits need the temperature of the human head to survive.
Now how about those nasty lice bugs? You do not want to pull down the sheets and find a bug moving around. Here is the good news: lice cannot survive off of the head for more than a day and they do not like to depart from their home on the human head and move to your home to hang out on an inanimate object such as sheets because there is no food for them there. In about 95% of cases, lice transfer by moving directly into someone else’s hair, not onto an object.
When confronting head lice, you need to be concerned about lice in the head. If there happens to be lice in the house for a day after treatment, the follow-up plan that we leave you will take care of that. If you see a louse or nit, give LiceDoctors a call in the Atlanta area at 404-618-0472. A lice professional will arrive at your home in an unmarked car and eradicate the lice. That is our guarantee!