Found lice in your hair? We can help you. With a track record of treating over 250,000 satisfied clients, LiceDoctors is the company with the expertise and guarantee that we will get rid of your head lice infestation and we will do it in the privacy and comfort of your own home.
Your technician will use an all-natural step-by-step protocol to methodically get rid of your head lice problem. Why suffer alone when we have the tools and expertise to eradicate the lice? LiceDoctors understands how busy you are so we strive to make your treatment experience as easy as possible for you. Your technician will arrive at your home (in an unmarked car) and go to work removing the lice and eggs, and she will explain to you how to prevent a recurrence going forward.
Don’t waste time and money on treatments that do not work. Call LiceDoctors lice treatment experts in South Jersey at 856-265-0947. 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. We have the lowest prices in the area.
South New Jersey Lice Removal Service Area
Atlantic County Lice Removal
LiceDoctors makes house calls in Atlantic County in Absecon, Atlantic City, Brigantine,, Buena, Buena Vista, Egg Harbor Township, Galloway, Hamilton Township, Hammonton, Linwood, Margate City, Mullica Township, Northfield, Pleasantville, Smithville, Somers Point, and Ventnor.
Burlington County Lice Removal
LiceDoctors makes house calls in Burlington County in Bass River, Beverly, Bordentown, Burlington, Chesterfield, Cinnaminson, Delanco, Delran, Eastampton, Edgewater Park, Evesham, Marlton, Fieldsboro, Florence, Hainesport, Lumberton, Mansfield, Maple Shade, Medford Township, Moorestown, Mount Holly, Mount Laurel, Ramblewood, New Hanover, Fort Dix, North Hanover, McGuire Air Force
Base, Palmyra, Pemberton, Riverside, Riverton, Shamong, Southampton, Springfield, Tabernacle, Washington, Westampton, Willingboro, Woodland, and Wrightstown.
Camden County Lice Removal
LiceDoctors makes house calls in Camden County in Audubon, Barrington, Bellmawr, Berlin, Brooklawn, Camden, Cherry Hill, Chesilhurst, Clementon, Collingswood, Florence, Glendora, Haddon, Haddonfield, Hi-Nella, Laurel Springs, Lawnside, Lindenwold, Magnolia, Merchantville, Mount Ephraim, Oaklyn Borough, Pennsauken, Pine Hill, Pine Valley, Runnemede, Somerdale, Stratford, Tavistock, and Voorhees.
Cape May County Lice Removal
LiceDoctors makes house calls in Cape May County in Avalon, Cape May, Dennis, Lower Township, Middle Township, North Wildwood, Ocean City, Sea Isle City, Stone Harbor, Upper Township, West Cape May, West Wildwood, Wildwood Crest, Wildwood, and Woodbine.
Cumberland County Lice Removal
LiceDoctors makes house calls in Cumberland County in Bridgeton, Commercial Township, Deerfield, Downe, Fairfield, Fairton, Greenwich, Hopewell, Lawrence, Maurice River, Millville, Shiloh, Stow Creek, Upper Deerfield, and Vineland.
Gloucester County Lice Removal
LiceDoctors makes house calls in Gloucester County in Clayton, Deptford Township, East Greenwich, Elk, Franklin, Glassboro, Greenwich, Logan, Mantua, Monroe, National Park, Newfield, Paulsboro, Pennsgrove, Pitman, South Harrison, Swedesboro, Washington, Wenonah, West Deptford, Westville, Woodbury, Woodbury Heights, and Woolwich.
Salem County Lice Removal
LiceDoctors makes house calls in Salem County in Alloway, Carneys Point Township, Elmer, Elsinboro, Hancock’s Bridge, Mannington, Oldmans, Pedricktown, Penns Grove, Pennsville, Pilesgrove, Pittsgrove, Olivet, Quinton, Salem, Upper Pittsgrove, and Woodstown.
Lice Treatment Client Testimonials
“If you find lice in your family, I suggest you run don’t walk to the phone and call the LiceDoctors. The situation only gets worse, the longer you wait. As we learned from our wonderful technician, lice multiply and lay up to 10 eggs daily. So why wait for the infestation to get worse? Get LiceDoctors to your house today. You will thank me!”
Jeff W. in Cherry Hill, New Jersey
“It was stormy outside when I discovered that I had lice. No way was I driving anywhere. I searched til I found a lice company that makes house calls. Anna came that day, without a word of complaint about the weather. She was terrific. I will never need to go back to one of those lice treatment salons.”
Stephanie D. from Elmer, NJ
“My son would not stop scratching his head on his way home from football practice one day. I worried that he had head lice, and sure enough, the school nurse confirmed that to me the next day. Fortunately, she recommended LiceDoctors. I called you and learned that getting rid of the lice was just as quick and easy as anything. We are so grateful for your excellent service.”
Tenille H. In Vineland, New Jersey
“We home-school our kids so felt pretty sure that we would not get lice. WRONG! I don’t know where or how, but my son had bugs and nits. We thought we would treat the kids ourselves and make it into a fun experience. WRONG! After that experience failed, our normally compliant kids insisted that we bring in a professional. The pediatrician recommended LiceDoctors and I already called to thank her. Now I am thanking you! Your tech was fastidious, kind to the kids, and most of all effective. Four weeks..no lice!”
Larry O. in Cape May, NJ
“After 2 weeks of getting nowhere on my own, I called the LiceDoctors. What had I been thinking? Mary showed up and knew exactly what to do, which I obviously had not known! She is a wonderful lice technician and I recommend the company completely.”
Fran A. in Atlantic City, NJ
Do Dogs or Cats Get Lice?
Parents often call to inquire if their pets can get lice. Last week, Melissa from Gloucester County called us, after we had checked and treated her family for lice, to say that she had forgotten to ask us if her maltese could get head lice. We are happy to say that the answer is “no”. While lice are very hearty, they require certain conditions to survive and animals do not meet those conditions. First of all, lice are temperature-sensitive. The temperature of the human head is required for the survival of head lice. Animals including cats and dogs have temperatures that differ from human temperatures. Second, lice need human blood to survive. Lice feed three times a day and need human blood for their diet.
Pets Can Provide Temporary Transport For Lice
If a louse climbs off the human head and onto a family pet, it is the same as the louse landing on an inanimate object; the louse will die within a day. The pet, however, can act as a vector; it can’t get lice, but can transport lice for a day until the bugs die. What this means is that like a chair, couch, bus seat, hair brush, or a jacket, a pet can act as a short-term landing spot for bugs. Because family members tend to cuddle or pick up a dog or a cat, that makes it more likely that they will pick up lice from a dog or cat then from a couch. It is important to note, that lice are predominantly transferred through direct head to head contact. It is far less likely that you will get lice from a pet or piece of furniture than from a friend or family member with whom you come into direct contact.
Don’t Worry About Your Pet
Remember: lice are not feeding from the blood of your family pet, they are simply waiting there (for a short time) for the opportunity to find a real home–a human head where they can get their food supply.
If your family has head lice, you do not have to worry about Fido or Kitty. Within a day, any lice on your pet will be dead. You only need to focus your attention on removing all of the bugs and nits from the hair your family members (and not the ones with four legs!). Give LiceDoctors a call in South Jersey at 856-265-0947 and an experienced lice tech will be at your home today to make sure that she eliminates the infestation and get you back to your every day life–lice and nit free.