Are the pesky Carolina lice getting the best of you and your family? Perhaps it’s time to call in the experts! LiceDoctors comes to your Charlotte home to eradicate the problem at the source, leaving you and your family armed with the resources you need to remain lice free. Our technician will make a house call to help you and your family at your convenience, day or night.
We only need to come to you one time; your experienced technician will meticulously remove the nits and lice from your hair using a step-by-step plan, chemical-free process that is guaranteed to work.
LiceDoctors is fortunate to have physician Dr. Stephen Beck on staff as our medical director. Dr. Beck saw a need for all-natural, safe, and effective lice treatments 20 years ago after seeing that chemical shampoos were failing to cure his patients. LiceDoctors is proud of our accomplishment in the lice field: our technicians have successfully treated over 250,000 cases of lice! Our prices are very competitive and are among the lowest in the area. Treatments are covered under FSAs/HSAs and some insurance plans.
Charlotte Lice Removal Service Area:
In-Home Lice Treatment in the following North Carolina counties: Anson, Cabarrus, Cleveland, Gaston, Iredell, Lincoln, Mecklenburg, Rowan, Stanly, and Union.
South Carolina Counties: Chester, Chesterfield, Lancaster, and York
In the following North Carolina cities: Albemarle, Belmont, Cabarrus, Concord, Cornelius, Dallas, Davidson, Gastonia, Harrisburg, Hickory, Huntersville, Indian Trail, Kannapolis, Kings Mountain, Lincolnton, Lowell, McAdenville, Matthews, Mint Hill, Monroe, Mooresville, Mount Holly, Pineville, Rowan, Salisbury, Shelby, Stallings, Statesville, Waxhaw, Weddington, Wesley Chapel, and many more.
We also treat families in cities in nearby South Carolina including Clover, Fort Mill, Lake Wylie, Rock Hill, Tega Cay, York, and many more.
Lice Treatment Client Testimonials
“What I love about LiceDoctors is that besides getting rid of our head lice, you educated us on ways people pick up lice and what to do if we ever get it again. I assumed that we picked up our case at the South Park Mall but the technician explained that the most likely way to get lice is from head to head contact. I love that she gave us tips on how to protect ourselves going forward.” – Laurie J. in Charlotte, NC
No More Lice, All Smiles
“My girls join me in sending our appreciation to LiceDoctors for getting those awful creatures out of our hair. We were all so upset and there were lots of tears. Now I’m so happy to see smiles on my girls’ faces and no more lice in their hair.” – Dorothy W. in Matthews, NC
Nurse Learns from LiceDoctors’ Webinar
“I really enjoyed the webinar this past Monday evening (LiceDoctors Secrets of Lice Detection and Removal), and I feel it has assisted me in expanding my knowledge base on lice detection and removal. Thanks!” – Laura B. Bryant, RN, BSN, NCSN & School Nurse Mt. Pleasant Elementary in Cabarrus, NC
“They (LiceDoctors) were very timely and reassuring. I appreciated that they answered their phone at 9 pm and again at 10pm when I called back with a question. They were very helpful and knowledgeable of the situation”. – Linda A. in Fort Mill, South Carolina, Google Plus, 5 stars
Teacher Gets Peace of Mind
“I am an elementary school teacher and lice were making the rounds around the grade. I have 2 kids of my own so I was fearful of getting lice and bringing it home. We got LiceDoctors to come in to school and check the kids and turns out there were 3 cases in my class. I am happy to report that I did not have it and that the kids who had it are lice-free. Thanks for helping the kids and giving this teacher/parent peace of mind.” – Laura C. in Charlotte, NC
Lice Removal Don’ts
You find out that your child has lice and you are in a panic. Often people do not know what to do at that moment and run out to the drug store and make choices that they later regret. Laura in High Point told us her story which is an example, “It was 9:00 at night when I saw a bug crawl out of my son’s hair. He had been itchy but I didn’t think much of that until I saw the bug. I didn’t know what to do so my husband went to the pharmacy and came back with RID. Unfortunately, it did not solve our lice problem.”
LiceDoctors has found that there are certain things that you should not do when trying to eradicate head lice. Below is a list:
- Don’t use chemicals. They often do not work because lice are resistant to them. Also they may have side effects.
- Don’t keep reapplying lice shampoos that fail to work the first time.
- Don’t check only the child who is known to have lice. Lice are contagious and everyone in the family should be checked.
- Don’t use lice pesticides as a preventative; why use chemicals especially if there is nothing in the hair?
- Don’t use prescriptions containing Lindane, a very strong pesticide used as an insecticide in lawn products.
- Don’t spray the home with lice pesticides. Lice will die when off the head for a day and the sprays may be toxic.
- Don’t bag all the toys in the home. That is overkill. Keep in mind that to eradicate lice, you have to tackle the head not the house.
Here is one big “DO”: if you find lice in your hair, DO call LiceDoctors. We have a live person who answers the phone between 7 am and midnight. She will answer any questions you have and will set up an appointment for you at your convenience. Treatments are all-natural and are guaranteed to work.
Call now to make an appointment at 980.236.9416 orClick here to Make An Appointment!