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LiceDoctors: The Original Lice Treatment and Nit Removal Service

LiceDoctors: The Original Lice Treatment and Nit Removal Service
Updated on 
April 5, 2018

To paraphrase a slogan that was used years ago by a salami company if "LiceDoctors weren't so demanding our services wouldn't be so good".

At LiceDoctors we have strict quality control. We know what works and what doesn't work. We know that chemicals generally do not work; after all, we have been to tens of thousands of homes where clients were previously treated with pediculicides. What we we often find are heads with live bugs crawling around after the treatment. Over time, lice have adapted so they are no longer susceptible to treatment by chemicals.

We know that our treatment does work. If it did not we would have changed it over the 20 years that we have been treating head lice. What we do is apply oil which slows down the bugs and eventually suffocates them. We comb out the impaired or dead bugs and simultaneously extract their eggs. 

Following that step, on dry hair, we handpick any eggs that the comb failed to grab. There are two keys to our success:

1 The science behind our plan which includes hours of research and development by our on staff physician and medical director Dr. Stephen Beck.

2 The expertise of our technicians who know how to find every visible louse and egg (nit) in the hair.

If you live in the state of Alabama in the Birmingham or Montgomery city areas, we make it as easy as possible for you by coming to you equipped with the know-how and tools to clear away the lice so that you can go forward worry-free. Call us today at 205-598-2117 in Birmingham or 334-557-1458 in Montgomery. You will be relieved that you did!

 

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