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About Las Vegas Head Lice Infestations

About Las Vegas Head Lice Infestations
Updated on 
April 15, 2017

Las Vegas head lice infestations are most common in pre-school and elementary school children. The families of these children often also get head lice infestation due to its highly contagious nature. As children play in close proximity to each other, the risk of passing along a louse is fairly high. This is why doctors and school nurses recommend LiceDoctors--the premier professional in-home lice removal service. We are experts at treating and eliminating head lice. You will be pleased with the results of our Lice removal Las Vegas service…we guarantee it! Call to make an appointment with your friendly Las Vegas head lice treatment and removal service now at 702-472-8707!

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