We will eliminate your lice problem, and leave you with the assurance that the lice infestation will not return. Whether you are a family in Murfreesboro, a student at Vanderbilt U, a visitor taking in the country music scene, or anyone else in the Nashville area who has found her/himself with lice, call in the experts.
LiceDoctors has successfully treated over 50,000 families and is under the guidance of a board-certified physician.
Don’t waste time and money with treatments that are not proven to work. Call LiceDoctors to make an appointment today, call (615) 953-0047.
Nashville Lice Removal Service Area:
Antioch, Ashland City, Belinda City, Belle Mead, Bellevue, Berry Hill, Bonney Lake, Brentwood, Cheatham, Clarksville, Columbia, Davidson, Dickson, East Nashville, Fairview, Forest Hills, Franklin, Gallatin, Goodlettsville, Green Hill, Hendersonville, Hermitage, Joelton, La Vergne, Lebanon, Lewisburg, Linwood, Madison, Mount Juliet, Murfreesboro, Nashville, Nolensville, Old Hickory, Portland, Puyallup, Robertson, Rural Hill, Rutherford, Shelbyville, Smyrna, Springfield, Spring Hill, Sumner, Watertown, West Meade and Whites Creek, White House, Wilson, Williamson and more…
Bedford, Cannon, Cheatham, Davidson, Dickson, Hickman, Lawrence, Macon, Marshall, Maury, Robertson, Rutherford, Smith, Sumner, Trousdale, Williamson, and Wilson
Lice Removal Nashville – Success Stories
“Very prompt and professional during a time of panic for our family. Anita was great! We had one appointment with her and we didn’t have any other issues. Highly recommend!” – Helen K. in Nashville, TN, Yelp, 5 stars
“I honestly don’t know what I would have done without the help of LiceDoctors lice removal service. The school nurse sent my daughter home and the pediatrician gave us a prescription which did not work. Your lice professional removed dozens of eggs from Ashley’s head and she was soooo nice. Thank you for saving us.” – Janice N in Nashville, TN
“This will be short and sweet. LiceDoctors is the best service I have ever used for anything. You saved my family’s sanity.” – Ginny K in Lebanon, Tennessee
“Karen, this is Jane. I just wanted to say thank-you! Christy is wonderful, thorough, kind and professional. We surely did not want to spend the evening that way, but Christy really helped us through. I’ve passed word onto my kid’s school, so others will know where to turn. The school nurse said that we were about the fourth family or more this year to rave about you (LiceDoctors).” – Jane in Nashville, Tennessee
“When my 14 year old daughter, Sarah, came home with lice, I didn’t know what to do. The stuff that they recommended at the drug store seemed to be working, but a month later the lice were back and more intensely than ever. The school nurse told me about LiceDoctors and you came that day and cleared the problem for good. I heartily recommend LiceDoctors to any family that is trying to deal with this difficult problem.” – Barbara C.in Murfreesboro, TN
“”We recommend LiceDoctors to everyone with a lice problem After spending more money than we want to admit, wasting hours on laundry and cleaning, and paying a baby sitter to watch our kids because we could not leave them at day care and we had to get to work, we finally went the lice professional route. The pediatrician suggested that we try you and it was a lifesaver suggestion. You should know that your technician, Natasha, was super-professional and the kids got back into day care the next day. Thanks so much.” – Vicky and John G. in Clarksville, Tennessee
How Do You Tell the Difference Between Lice and Nits?
You may look at the above picture of a paper towel that is loaded with nits and bugs and see a lot of amorphous brown things. What is what? When Elizabeth, a technician in Nashville, was treating a family in Murfreesboro, she showed this paper towel to the mom. The mom had a perplexed look on her face as she said, “I can’t tell which are the lice and which are the nits (eggs).” There are definite differences between the two if you look at them carefully.
Lice are little brown bugs with 6 legs and the adult ones are larger than a nit, which makes sense since the nit is the embryo encased in a shell. On the left side of the paper towel, you can see 3 lice with the one on the upper corner being the largest. Since when looking at the head, lice can be be hard to see, it is best to look under a bright lamp. Nits are oval with an antenna protruding from the front. The little brownish specks that are surrounding the louse on the upper left are nits. They come in varying sizes depending on their stage of development. The nits in the upper left are quite immature which is why they are so small. In the lower middle of the picture is a more developed and larger nit.
Often people find white specks in their hair. These are not nits. They are either dandruff if they flake off easily or are DEC plugs which are secretions from the oil glands that stick to the hair. The DEC plugs are often mistaken for nits by folks who are not experienced in lice removal.
If you are in the Nashville area and have questions about what you are finding in the hair, call us anytime at 615-953-0047. We will help you out and can send a lice expert to your home day or evening any day of the week.
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