At LiceDoctors, we are proud of our heritage as a leading lice removal service in North Carolina. We have successfully treated over 100,000 families using all-natural lice, step-by-step treatment protocols. Your lice technician will come to you and will render you lice-free…that’s a guarantee! In addition, we understand the importance of education and we will take the time to teach you to identify nits and lice, as well as give you lice prevention tips.
LiceDoctors is the cost efficient way to eradicate head lice, and we offer our lice treatment service in the comfort and privacy of your home at your convenience. Our professional lice treatment will eradicate your head lice problem today; we guarantee it!
LiceDoctors is the only lice and nit removal service in the Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill Triangle with a medical doctor on board. Our medical director, Dr. Stephen Beck, is an integral part of our team.
Call LiceDoctors today for the service that is recommended by hundreds of school nurses, pediatricians, camp directors, and clients who have experienced our proven success. With an “A” rating from the BBB, we’re doing something right, and that’s removing lice and nits! Call us seven days a week at 845-576-6100. We make house calls 7 days and nights a week, 365 days a year! Our pricing is among the lowest in the area.
Raleigh Durham Lice Treatment Areas
Service is available in the cities of Apex, Asheboro, Brentwood, Burlington, Carrboro, Cary, Chapel Hill, Clayton, Dunn, Durham, Farrington, Fayetteville, Fuquay-Varina, Garner, Goldsboro, Graham, Greensville, Henderson, Hillsborough, Holly Springs, Hope Mills, Knightdale, Lebanon Township, Louisburg, Mebane, Morrisville, North Hills, Oak Grove Township, Pittsboro, Raleigh, Rocky Mount, Rolesville, Roxboro, Sanford, Smithfield, Spring Lake, Tarboro, Wake Forest, Wendell, Wilders Grove, Wilson, Winston, Zebulon, and more.
Service is available in the following counties: Chatham, Cumberland, Durham, Edgecombe, Franklin, Granville, Greene, Harnett, Hoke, Johnston, Lee, Nash, Orange, Person, Wake, Wayne, and Wilson
Lice Treatment Client Testimonials
“LiceDoctors saved the day for me. I was a wreck before they came and now I feel 100% better. They solved my lice problem.” Wendy Anne in Raleigh, NC
“Being in the Research Triangle, we have access to great resources. I did my due diligence and after researching options, we decided that LiceDoctors was the most experienced company. The technician took care of us, was very knowledgeable, educated us about head lice, and explained why I didn’t need to worry about treating the house for head lice. I have high standards and she did not disappoint. I am a big fan of LiceDoctors now and best of all…. we are free of lice.” – Amy T. in Durham, North Carolina
“Thank you to LiceDoctors for coming right out to us after I called. Y’all did a wonderful job of getting all the lice and nits out of our hair. I don’t usually send notes of appreciation but I am so relieved to finally be done with the lice problem that plagued us for weeks, that I want to let y’all know!” – Carolyn D. in Cary, NC
LiceDoctors is the best in our books. We called at 10 pm and Tracy answered the phone. She was willing to send someone out that night but we agreed to wait til the morning. At 8 am, we had a LiceDoctors professional expert in our kitchen treating our family for lice. They did a great job and my kids actually sat still while being treated (which is a minor miracle). Go LiceDoctors. You are great.” – Mike F. Chapel Hill, NC
Questions that We Hear Often At LiceDoctors and the Answers to Them
Why do I keep trying lice shampoos and following the directions but still continue to find nits? The answer to laying to rest a case of lice is to get rid of every single nit (egg) in the head. The shampoos do not affect nits; you have to pull or comb out the nits and it is common for people to leave behind a few nits. Also lice have become very resistant to the pesticides that are on the market. The benefit of a professional lice treatment service like LiceDoctors is that our technicians are experienced in finding and removing camouflaged nits from the hair.
- Can my dog or cat get lice? Pets can not get lice. Lice require the temperature and blood from the human head in order to survive.
- I am a neat freak and my children bathe and wash their hair daily. How did we get lice? As mentioned above, lice need two things in order to live: blood from the human head as their food source and 98.6 degree temperature or close to that. To access their home on a human head, they need hair to use as their ladder. They do not care if the person is clean or dirty, although it is easier for them to claw onto clean (ungreasy) hair. The longer your hair is, the easier it is for a bug to find it.
- Can my child get lice from sharing hats or from the bus seats? Yes, but that only accounts for about 5 per cent of lice transmissions. The vast majority of cases of lice are passed along via head to head contact.
What do nits look like and how can I tell if they have already hatched? Lice lay 6-10 eggs or nits a day and they are glued to one side of the hair shaft. They are close to the scalp, when viable, so as to be kept at ideal temperature. Nits are oval with a pointy antenna at one end. They have a translucent shell that encases a brown baby bug called a nymph. When the egg hatches, the remaining shell stays attached to the hair until it falls off or is pulled off. Often you will find them 1/2 inch down the hair shaft and without the embryo inside they look whitish.
If you live in the Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill area and have to deal with a lice infestation, call LiceDoctors today. We answer the phone and any questions that you have from 7 am until midnight every day of the year. You can reach us at 919-348-2760. An experience lice technician will make a house call to you at a time that best fits into your schedule.