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Lice Treatment & Lice Removal Service in Dunwoody and Sandy Springs

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Why LiceDoctors?

  • LiceDoctors makes house calls
  • Over 450,000 clients treated
  • Pricing lower than salons
  • Covered by FSA/HSAs
  • Medical doctor on staff
  • 30 day guarantee
  • Chemical-free protocols
  • A+ rating with the BBB
  • Available 365 days and nights
  • Totally confidential

Are you a Dunwoody and Sandy Springs area resident dealing with a lice problem?

Simply call or schedule an appointment with LiceDoctors and we will dispatch an expert lice technician to your home. Our Dunwoody and Sandy Springs lice treatment service uses an all natural treatment that will leave you lice-free.

We are the most experienced and cost-effective lice removal service in the area; we have treated hundreds of thousands of clients over 20 years. LiceDoctors operates under the guidance of a board-certified, on-staff medical doctor and we back our service with a full guarantee! Let's get an expert lice technician to your house today to treat you in absolute privacy.

Why Choose Us in Dunwoody and Sandy Springs?

Being one of the best places for families to live in Georgia, Dunwoody and Sandy Springs are not immune to their fair share of head lice cases. LiceDoctors in Dunwoody and Sandy Springs is ready to help! Qualified local technicians armed with the tools and knowledge to effectively get rid of your lice infestation come directly to your home and complete an all natural lice treatment which involves removing all signs of lice from everyone’s head so no one has to miss school, work, or social activities tomorrow.

LiceDoctors owners Karen Sokoloff and Wendy Beck are pioneers in the lice industry. More than 2 decades ago, they began working with LiceDoctors on-staff Medical Doctor, Dr. Stephen Beck, to develop a safe and effective treatment strategy for head lice that was suitable for entire families when dealing with an infestation. Since then more than 500,000 clients have been treated with these time-proven, guaranteed protocols.

Most families today do not have the time necessary to effectively treat a lice infestation on their own, and dragging the whole family to a lice salon is inconvenient and expensive. Opt for LiceDoctors mobile service in Dunwoody and Sandy Springs. Technicians are ready to help and come directly to you to professionally treat your family for lice in your home at a cost families today can afford. Call us at 404-618-0472 to schedule your appointment today. 

Pricing in Dunwoody and Sandy Springs

LiceDoctors has the lowest prices in the area!

  • With LiceDoctors, you pay only for the time that your technician is in your home. Treatment is never charged per-head so you only pay for the time you need.
  • Hour 1 of service includes the travel fee and is $199. Subsequent hours are $99 each, prorated into 1/4 hour segments.
  • Thorough treatment for a 4 person home runs between 2.5-3 hours in most cases. Severe infestations or larger households may require additional time for total eradication.
  • Average families of 4 at LiceDoctors hourly rate is usually $300-$400.
  • Full treatment with Lice Clinics of America is typically $700 for a family of 4 charged at a per head rate of $175. 
  • We accept HSAs, FSAs and major credit cards
  • Some insurance plans cover treatment

Dunwoody and Sandy Springs FAQs

Where do head lice lay their eggs? 
Lice eggs (nits) are laid directly on the hair strands on the head. Eggs are usually attached within a quarter inch of the scalp and tend to be laid in the warmer parts of the head like the nape of the neck and behind the ears. If you have trouble seeing them, you are not alone. A LiceDoctors technician will make a house call to your Dunwoody or Sandy Springs area home and find all visible nits and remove them.
When I checked my family for lice I didn’t see any bugs but their heads are still itchy. Is it just dandruff or could it still be lice?
It is possible it is just dandruff or something else irritating their scalp. Itchiness alone is not an indication of head lice. However, if you were only looking for the bug itself you may never see one until the infestation is severe. Bugs are mobile and move quickly across the scalp away from the light so if you start checking on one side of the head, it has likely moved on as you got to where it once was. When checking for lice, it is important to look for the eggs. Eggs do not move, they are attached to the strands of hair so it is more likely you will find a few nits at the beginning of the infestation before you see any bugs. The best lighting is outside of your Dunwoody or Sandy Springs home as natural sunlight provides a clearer viewing opportunity.
My child had lice several months ago but we never identified who she got lice from. We are planning a slumber party at our Dunwoody home – what should I do to prevent lice transmissions?
Excellent question! Slumber parties provide a unique opportunity for a family of lice to set down roots with other families where they are not welcome. Good planning on your part will help to ensure this doesn’t happen. A few good tips we have would be to make sure that everyone keeps their hair up while at the party and avoid “beauty-shop” style activities. Be alert to children who may be scratching a lot and make sure the party-goers sleep feet to feet. Reminding your child how lice are transmitted and of the need to be careful are helpful as well. Check out our blog post “How to Prevent Lice Transmission at Sleep-Over Parties” for more helpful tips.  

Customer Reviews for Lice Removal Service in Dunwoody and Sandy Springs

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Client Testimonials

  • “I totally freaked out when I saw a bug in my son’s hair. His best friend had it so I was on the lookout. The friend’s mom had used LiceDoctors so I called them. Must’ve sounded like a lunatic phone but the person who helped me was very patient and calm. She arranged for us to be looked at and treated that day. The technician also was understanding and assured me that a lot of clients are upset but she would take care of us. She kept her word and I was happy to learn easy ways to handle the case of lice. This is the way to go if you find doubt about it!” Kimiko H.In Dunwoody, Georgia

  • “Thank you so much for making our lice experience as positive as this could be. Anna was so kind to my kids who do not sit still for a minute. She was also patient with me, which I really appreciated since I was pretty panicked. I have peace of mind just knowing I can reach out in the future if one of my kids gets lice again.” Carly S. in Chamblee, Georgia

  • “My daughter returned from a summer in Israel with a head full of lice. By the time we figured this out, my other daughter had caught the case. I  called LiceDoctors and Amanda was the technician who was dispatched to help us. She was so thorough and had such a nice way about her. I was relieved to learn that I was lucky enough to have avoided infestation. We were in good hands and after she left we did not see a single louse or egg. This service is a godsend.” Mindy W. in Dunwoody, GA

Lice Tips

Misconceptions and Truths About Head Lice

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LiceDoctors Technician, Jessica Teague shares some of the the truths as well as some of the myths and misconceptions about lice.

School Policy

Dunwoody and Sandy Springs School Head Lice Policy

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Individual schools can set their own policy for how to manage head lice, so it is always a good idea to check with the nurse’s office at your child’s school.

The Lice Treatment Process

Step By Step Process Explained

Getting rid of head lice does not have to be a stressful experience. Let LiceDoctors take the burden off of you with our chemical-free, safe, effective, and fully guaranteed lice treatment service. We have successfully treated thousands of families and we can help you today!


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