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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 Frederick County 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 Frederick County 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 Frederick County?

There’s a lot to love about living in Frederick County. It is both the gateway to western Maryland’s open space and mountains, while still just an hour away from D.C. and Baltimore. So it’s no wonder that families love it here for the terrific schools and quality of life. But with a high density of young families comes a high density of head lice!

Head lice removal is no easy task. Clinics can be costly and often inconvenient to get to. And more than anything, clinics include unnecessary features that makes it a real hassle to tackle your lice problem. For one thing you need to gather your kids and navigate to a clinic. You have to keep little ones busy and older kids away from their activities for hours while everyone is checked and treated. You also expose everyone to whatever viruses are going around. 

LiceDoctors is the #1 head lice removal service in the area. We send a trained head lice professional directly to your home to treat your family with convenience and ease and with less hassle to you and your family.

With over 500,000 happy customers treated in years of operation, LiceDoctors is the best in the business. We have a medical doctor on staff – Dr. Stephen Beck – who has studied the head lice life cycle for decades and is a national expert on the subject.

We offer a 30 day guarantee because we are so confident in our work. In fact, 99.6% of our treatments end in complete success. This makes us the leading lice removal service in Frederick County.

Our head lice professionals across Frederick County are bonafide experts with deep knowledge in the field. While they treat your family in the comfort of your own home, they will share important head lice treatment information. Ultimately, they will provide you with a clear follow-up plan to ensure the head lice don’t return and to relieve you of the chore of cleaning up your home. 

Your technician’s treatment is non-toxic, chemical free, and safe for all ages. With stellar reviews through Frederick County, we are proud of the service we offer.

Our operators are standing by to book your stress-free, in-home appointment today. Call 240-720-7491 for treatment today.

Pricing in Frederick County

LiceDoctors offers affordable lice treatment in Frederick County.

  • $199 for the first hour which includes travel up to 50 miles each way to your Frederick County home.
  • $99 for each additional hour, prorated in 15 minute intervals, so that you only pay for time used.
  • $300-400 average total price for a family of 4; based on 2.5-3 hours of service
  • The price may be lower or higher depending on the number of people treated with lice, number of people checked, severity of the lice cases, and the length and type hair.
  • As a family-focused organization, we price by the hour rather than by the head, which saves our customers money. 
  • We are covered by most HSAs and FSAs and some insurance plans.

Frederick County FAQs

Just how contagious are lice?
Head lice are extremely contagious. Head lice can spread quickly throughout a family, even if you are showing no symptoms. This is why LiceDoctors offers hourly pricing – we know that once one family member contracts lice, it’s likely others in the family have as well. In fact, if there are small children in your Frederick County family chances are 80-90% that you or siblings have it, as well.
What do lice and nits look like?
Lice are small and brownish – similar to the appearance of a sesame seed. They move quickly across the head, which makes them hard to spot. Nits (or eggs) are translucent and egg-shaped. They stick to the shaft of the hair near the scalp. If you would like a LiceDoctors professional to identify and treat your hair in the Frederick County area, please give us a call.
Do over-the-counter medications work?
We discourage the use of OTC treatment options. Physical removal of lice and nits is the proven most effective treatment option for dealing with head lice infestations. This is particularly relevant for “super lice”, which have evolved to survive chemical treatments and are quite prevalent in Frederick County. Not only do these chemical treatments often fail, but they also carry the risk of side effects. Your Frederick County lice will treat you with no chemicals and guarantee that the treatment works.

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Client Testimonials

  • “It was my daughter’s first day of kindergarten and I got a call from the school nurse informing me that she had head lice. I was mortified and my daughter was in tears. The nurse was very nice about it and advised me to call LiceDoctors. She told me that several parents have used them all with success. I did not waste one minute and called them and a professional lice person was at my house and got my daughter cleared and back into school the next day. I can't say enough positive things about this company.” Allison L. in Frederick, Maryland

  • “Now that my family’s lice problem is a thing of the past, I can absolutely say that LiceDoctors delivers. And, we were totally pleased with their response their competence and the surprising low cost of the service.” Sean M. in Mount Airy, MD.

  • “I have never seen my wife so upset. She had decided that she would solve my daughters’  lice infestations on her own. However, after multiple starts and recurrences, she had to call in the professionals. Fortunately, she chose Lice Doctors and they really took care of everything from start to finish totally, professional and dependable. We highly recommend Lice Doctors.” Jeff A. in Brunswick, MD

Lice Tips

Kids With Active Social Lives at Higher Risk for Head Lice

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Children with active social lives are the most likely demographic to contract head lice. With over 20 years of experience in treating head lice, LiceDoctors owner and industry pioneer Wendy Beck understands why. The reason for this stems from how head lice are transmitted. Beck estimates that at least 95% of head lice are transmitted through head to head contact. Lice move from one head to another so it makes sense that children who are social and are in close contact with other children would be the most likely candidates to get head lice.

School Policy

Frederick County School Lice Policy

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Frederick County Public Schools In accordance with guidance from the National Association of School Nurses, children with head lice are permitted in school. They are expected to be treated at home. If they still have nits, they may remain in school as nits are not contagious. Source: Continuing Nursing Ed

The Lice Treatment Process

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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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