Lice treatment from lice removal experts in Lexington

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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 Lexington 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 Lexington 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 Lexington?

Professional mobile head lice treatment is available in your home in Lexington and surrounding areas. Call LiceDoctors at 859-721-1889. Technicians are ready to come to you today to help you get rid of lice quickly and at a price you can afford.

Your head lice technician is experienced in the most efficient and effective method of getting rid of head lice the first time. She understands that this is a stressful time for any family and she is prepared to shoulder this burden for you in a way that will put your entire family at ease. The treatment that she provides is all-natural – so you don’t have to worry about unwanted side effects that come from pesticide treatments. It is also 99.6% effective - we are certain your family will be lice-free!

LiceDoctors has been treating families for more than 20 years and has on-staff Medical Director, Dr. Stephen Beck – an expert in head lice and head lice treatments. Rely on our experience to ensure that getting rid of lice is a stress-free process for your family.

Our dispatchers are ready to begin putting your mind at ease and get you set up with a technician in your area. The treatment is surprisingly affordable, and you can even use your HSA or FSA to pay for the service. Call LiceDoctors today in Lexington at 859-721-1889. Over 500,000 happy clients are the best testimonial to the success of LiceDoctors’ treatments.

Pricing in Lexington

LiceDoctors makes house calls!

  • Pricing is $199 for the first hour and $99 for each hour after that.
  • Extra fee only for technicians more than 50 miles away (which is rare).
  • Full service for a 4 person household carries an average price of $300-$400 and takes roughly 2.5-3 hours.
  • Extra time may be needed for severe infestations and to accommodate additional family members.
  • Treatment is often half the cost of treatment at a salon – most of which charge per-head

https://www.licedoctors.com/pricing-for-lice-treatment.html

Lexington FAQs

Is your treatment safe for the elderly and infirm living in nursing or group homes?
Yes! The treatment is all natural so it is safe and effective for everyone. If you have a loved one living in a nursing home in Lexington, a compassionate and experienced LiceDoctors technician can treat that person by making a house call to the nursing home.
How do I check myself for head lice?
If you are a single individual living alone, or a mom (we see you!) needing an effective way to check yourself for head lice, apply some form of lubricant to your hair – like olive or coconut oil or your regular conditioner for example. With a good quality nit comb – Terminator brand nit comb is the best we’ve found ( https://www.licedoctors.com/best-lice-treatment-products/lice-comb) – comb your hair in small sections, focusing behind the ears and at the nape of the neck. Wipe the comb off on a white paper towel or wet wipe. You’ll be looking for signs of lice like a bug or a few nits. Check out our blog to see exactly what you should look for. https://www.licedoctors.com/blog/how-do-you-tell-the-difference-between-lice-and-nits.html. If you find lice or nets, we can dispatch a technician to your Lexington home to treat you. It is very difficult to treat yourself.
Are lice contagious?
A lice infestation, where live bugs are present, would be considered contagious. Bugs are transmitted most often via head to head contact with an infested individual. If nits only are present, the case of lice is not contagious. Nits are glued to the individual hair strands and they do not transfer. The caveat with this is about a week after the nits hatch, the baby bugs that emerged would be contagious. If one of your Lexington friends has head lice, we should consider it contagious.

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Client Testimonials

  • “Way to go, LiceDoctors! After trying what seemed like a hundred different ways to get rid of my family’s lice, we finally solved the problem quickly and easily with LiceDoctors. And, compared to what we had already spent over the last few months, the cost was quite reasonable.” Mark H. in Arlington, MA.

  • “My husband was actually way more anxious than I was about the family’s lice problem. He really wanted a quicker solution, and he did a search and read that “ super lice” were resistant to the chemicals we had used. He also saw that hand picking was ultimately needed and zeroed in on LiceDoctors. We called, and in what seemed like very little time, the technician came and got us cleaned up.” Nikki L. in Lexington, Massachusetts

  • “I always thought head lice were a social death sentence. When I finally contacted LiceDoctors they made me feel so much better about everything! They helped eradicate the problem AND they didn’t make me feel like a walking disease. Thank you so much LiceDoctors!” Brandy D. in Concord, MA.

Lice Tips

How Do You Get Head Lice?

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Here’s a quiz: which of the following is the most likely way to pick up a case of head lice? A. Use a comb that someone who has lice has used B. Hug someone who has lice C. Sleep in a bed the day after someone who has head lice slept in the bed.And the answer is… B! While it is possible to get head lice from a comb or possibly from a bed or other furniture, it is far more likely to contract a case directly from another person.

School Policy

Lexington School Lice Policies

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Lexington Schools Lice Policy Lexington schools have a lice policy that focuses on educating parents. Children who have received treatment will be permitted to return to school. “Protocol for the Management of the Student with Head Lice The child’s right to privacy and confidentiality is the foundation for head lice management in schools. The school nurse’s role is to ensure confidentiality, support families, and educate the community.

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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