If you have head lice, we can help you. This is what we do, all day every day, and we have done so for years.
With a track record of successfully treating 250,000 satisfied clients, LiceDoctors is the company with the expertise that you need. A LiceDoctors technician will come to you and using an all-natural, step-by-step treatment plan will remove all lice from your head and educate you on how to prevent future lice infestations.
LiceDoctors is the only lice removal service in the Baton Rouge area with a board-certified physician on-staff: Dr. Stephen Beck. Don’t waste any more time trying to deal with head lice; call in the experts…call LiceDoctors!
- Guaranteed – We’re so confident that we will eliminate your lice that we guarantee our work.
- Highly recommended – LiceDoctors is recommended by pediatricians, school nurses, camp directors, and former clients.
- Convenient – We come to your home whenever you need us–day or night, 7 days a week.
- Private – In-home treatment means total confidentiality; no risk of bumping into a neighbor or classmate at a salon. We come to you in an unmarked vehicle.
- Safe – LiceDoctors treatments are all-natural. No chemicals used.
- Educational – Our technicians will provide you with all the tools you need to identify nits and lice and to help prevent a future infestations.
- Affordable – LiceDoctors experienced technicians are thorough and work efficiently to eradicate the lice. There is no need to waste money on chemical treatments for the head or home.
Call LiceDoctors lice treatment experts in Baton Rouge at 225-407-9603. A live lice expert will answer your call from 7 am until after midnight every day. We will treat you and your family at your convenience…365 days a year…day or night. LiceDoctors has an “A” rating with the Better Business Bureau.
Baton Rouge Lice Removal Service Area
Lice removal for Baton Rouge is available in Baker, Baton Rouge, Brownfields, Central City, Denham Springs, Donaldsonville, Gardere, Gonzales, Lafayette, Merrydale, Morgan City, Napoleonville, New Iberia, Oak Hills Place, Old Jefferson, Opelousas, Prairieville, Plaquemine, Port Allen, Shenandoah, St. Gabriel, Village St. George, Walker, Zachary, and surrounding areas.
Lice removal and treatment is available in the parishes: Ascension, Assumption, East Baton Rouge, East Feliciana, Iberville, Lafayette, Livingston, Point Coupee, St. Helena, St. Landry, St. Martin, West Baton Rouge, and West Feliciana.
Lice Treatment Client Testimonials
So Grateful For LiceDoctors Service
“I was so embarrassed. I was at the barber and he told me my son had lice. My son freaked out. I was horrified. The barber was very cool about it and gave me the number for LiceDoctors. They came over and cleaned everything out of his hair. He even had the bugs. I don’t know how I didn’t notice it. I’m SO grateful for this service. Molly, our bubbly technician, was professional and promised me everything was confidential. My son returned to get his hair cut later that day and the barber was very impressed…no bugs or eggs in sight!” Mary P. in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Peace of Mind
“Last Wednesday I got an email from the school nurse informing me that three of the girls in my daughter’s class had lice. An email? Why not just a note in the backpack? That’s a story for another day but I did look in my child’s hair and much to my dismay I found a few nits. Not a lot but enough to make me a little nuts and to make a couple of phone calls. I found out that LiceDoctors was the company everybody was using so I called them. They were able to fit me in the same day. Jenny, our technician took everything out of the hair and gave me an easy follow-up plan. I’m happy I called them. It didn’t take long and now I have peace of mind. My worst fear was that I was going to have it but thank the lord I didn’t.” Barbara H. in Baker, Louisiana
Now Educated and Empowered
“I work as a nanny and two of the children had been infected. The mom called the pediatrician for recommendations while I went onto the Internet. We both came up with LiceDoctors as our choice! We called and spoke to Tasha who was an expert and arranged for a wonderful technician to come to us the very same afternoon. The woman was prompt, helpful, knowledgeable, calm and effective. We all feel so much more educated on this issue and have tools to prevent and fight it should we encounter it again. I know that I am in a high risk job for head lice, and I for one am empowered with these new tools. I feel lucky that we found LiceDoctors when we did.” Tiffany G. in Shenandoah, LA.
Daughter Wants to be a LiceDoctor When She Grows Up
“I am writing to thank you for all you did for my family, me, and my sanity. If peace of mind is important to someone then they really need to call you. Personally I found you to be our lifesaver. My kids loved Lucy; she managed to make the whole experience fun for them while still ensuring that she got all of the lice and nits out of their hair. They even sat still for her, which is something that they never do. I had felt so guilty putting chemicals on their hair and then when the chemicals didn’t work I felt even worse. This treatment is all natural and that it was developed by a doctor gives it even more credibility. My daughter tells me that she wants to be Lucy’s assistant when she grows up. Then she says she will know exactly what to do with her kids when they have lice!” Renee F. in Walker, Louisiana
LiceDoctors Gets High Grades from Nurse
“Dear Karen and Wendy, I am a busy nurse so when my kids got head lice, I knew that it would take me too long to attack the problem on my own. I immediately called LiceDoctors because I know how reputable you are. I want to let y’all know that your technician was thorough, knowledegable, and very kind and patient with my children. I have high standards with regard to health care and your service is as good as it gets. Thank you.”
Monica L. in Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Which Hair Types Are More Likely To Get Head Lice?
Here’s the short answer: all types. Lice do not care what color or thickness your hair is, whether it has been dyed, or whether it is straight or curly. Lice only want to find a strand of hair to which they can attach so they can climb up to the scalp in order to get their food i.e. your blood. A parent in Baton Rouge, who is African American, called us to tell us that she was pretty sure that had seen a louse crawl out of her daughter’s hair. She was very perplexed as she had been told that lice do not like African-American hair. In fact, this is not at all true.
Hair that has been coated with hairspray, gel or hair mousse is less attractive to lice than clean hair. The reason for that is that the louse cannot adhere as easily to the strand of hair if it has a protective coating. If it can possibly claw onto the hair, it doesn’t care what size, shape, or color the hair is. The reason that the incidence of head lice is relatively low among the African American population is because of the tendency to use styling gel, which acts as a repellent. In addition, hair that is styled in corn rows or braids is less accessible to the bugs.
There are some other misconceptions about lice and hair types. Some folks think that if you have a buzz cut, you are immune to lice. Lice can affix to a buzz cut. As long as there is any hair on the head, the lice can attach to it and stay there near the warm scalp to eat their three meals a day. The longer the hair, the easier it is for the lice to find the hair and use it as a ladder to climb up to the scalp. If you were buzzed with a number one blade and there is absolutely no visible hair then you will not get lice.
We have been asked about dyed hair and wigs. If someone’s hair is dyed, that is irrelevant to lice. They will grab hold of dyed hair just as easily as they will hold onto hair that is not colored. If you apply hair dye to hair that is already infested with lice, it will likely kill the live lice, but will not penetrate the eggs in order to kill the baby bugs inside. With respect to wigs, lice can not live on a wig that covers the scalp; they can however climb onto the wig and if there are tiny holes on the wig, they will climb through to the scalp. Also sometimes the wigs are only partial coverings, which again will allow the lice to feed on the scalp.
The bottom line is If you have hair on your head, you are a candidate for head lice. The mission of lice is to get to the scalp to get their food. If you are one of the millions of people who have head lice each year, give LiceDoctors a call in the Baton Rouge area at 225-407-9603 and we will make a house call to your home and eliminate your head lice problem today.