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Florida Lice Removal Question

Florida Lice Removal Question
Updated on 
April 10, 2017

Question? What do Florida and Texas have in common? Answer: They both have a lot of head lice cases. The warm and humid weather is very conducive to the health of head lice, which means if you live in those states the chances of getting head lice increases. Obviously, you are not going to move out of state for that reason, so now you have to deal with the reality that you and your children may have picked up a case of head lice. What to do? If you have tried to treat the case yourself, you know how frustrating that can be. You think you have gotten out all of the nits and lice and then 3 days later there are more in your hair. It’s time to call in a professional. LiceDoctors Head Lice Treatment and Nit Removal Service will be at your house in Broward County, Fort Myers, Jacksonville, Miami-Dade County, Naples, Orlando, Palm Beach, the Florida Panhandle, Sarasota, St. Petersburg, Tallahassee , Tampa, the Treasure Coast,  and surrounding areas when you want us. Technicans are experienced and compassionate lice professionals with a lot of experience. Your lice technician will take over where you left off and eradicate your case of head lice… every time. Call us day or night any day of the week and we will help you! Lice on vacation--not great!! LiceDoctors saves vacations!!

Caught In FL Hotel With Lice? What to do?

What makes Orlando a bit unique for us is that because of Disneyworld, we also have a number of calls from families on vacation. Naturally, these folks do not want their vacations sabotaged by head lice. Learn More...

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