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Why a Home Lice Treatment Service in New York City?

Why a Home Lice Treatment Service in New York City?
Updated on 
April 16, 2017

LiceDoctors owner Wendy Beck lived in Queens for several years with 2 small children. LiceDoctors owner Karen Sokoloff lived in Manhattan for many years with 3 small children. We understand as much as anyone the benefits of in-home service. Given the choice of dragging your kids somewhere in the city or making a call and then waiting in your home for an expert to arrive seems like an easy decision to us. Remember when doctors used to make house calls? Ahhh… the privacy, the care, the convenience! LiceDoctors come to your home so that you can maintain absolute privacy (no worries about being spotted by a neighbor or child’s friend as you go into a lice salon or clinic and no worries about a lice-free child contracting a case of lice from the salon or clinic, which happens.). At-home service also allows you maximum flexibility and convenience as when one child is finished being checked, she can return to her at-home activities—no need to wait for little sister to be treated. LiceDoctors takes away your stress and makes your lice treatment experience as pleasant as possible. LiceDoctors charges per hour and not per person so often the cost of our treatment for the entire family is significantly lower than per person charges of salons. LiceDoctors offers the convenience and privacy of at-home service—7 days a week—day or night. A technician can be at your home when it is convenient for you. Isn't life with kids in the city hectic enough? Let us make it a little easier for you. Call us and an experienced lice technician will come and take the burden off of you. Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island: 718.559.6983

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