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Lice Treatment & Lice Removal Service in Chattanooga

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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 Chattanooga 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 Chattanooga 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 Chattanooga?

Affordable mobile head lice treatment is available in the Chattanooga area. Call us at 423-521-1005 to speak with a dispatcher to schedule your professional in-home head lice treatment from a qualified local lice technician as soon as today.

The lice removal process your technician will use is all natural and is under the guidance of our on-staff medical doctor. It is proven effective—just ask any of our over 500,000 satisfied clients! The service also comes with a 30 day guarantee!

Conflicting information abounds on the internet regarding lice treatments today – especially with the emergence of “super lice”. It’s a fact that chemical over-the-counter and prescription treatments are losing their effectiveness. Not to mention, killing the bugs is just the start. You still have to address removal of all of the nits (lice eggs) to ensure an infestation is gone. There are no chemical lice treatments that will penetrate the shell of the nit, so you must manually remove them. LiceDoctors protocol is all natural, non-toxic, and kills even stubborn “super lice”. Your technician also has the skills and determination to ensure all signs of a case of lice are gone when she leaves your home.

Don’t waste valuable family time treating lice with something that may or may not be successful. Call LiceDoctors in Chattanooga at 423-521-1005 for affordable treatment that is covered by most FSA and HSAs and some insurance. Minimize the impact a lice infestation can have on your quality of life. Technicians are available and ready to help your family any day of the year, evenings and weekends included!

Pricing in Chattanooga

LiceDoctors makes house calls!

Below prices are based on the average charge for a family of 4 incurred by our thousands of clients. Factors affecting the price include the severity of the lice cases, number of people infested, and texture and length of the hair. For more pricing information please click on the link below.

  • The first hour of treatment is $199 – this includes travel in most cases. Travel over 50 miles is additional.
  • Each hour after the first hour is $99, broken into 15 minute  segments.
  • To treat all members of the household (which we highly recommend) takes on average 2.5-3 hours. This may vary depending on the number of people being treated and the potential level of infestation. Severe infestations may require additional treatment time.
  • Average treatment cost for a 4 person family is between $300-$400.
  • Our prices are the lowest in the area. Treatment price, on average, is less than per-head prices at lice clinics.

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

City FAQs

Can I get my hair cut at a salon in Chattanooga if I have lice?
No. It is a health code violation for a stylist to provide services to you if you have head lice. Avoid this awkward situation and having to re-schedule your appointment – call LiceDoctors for your in-home treatment. You will be confident getting your hair done as soon as your technician completes the treatment.
Are lice eggs (nits) contagious?
Lice eggs are not contagious. They are glued directly onto a hair strand and do not fall off. If a strand of hair falls off with a nit attached to it and it happens* to hatch, it will die. The nymph (inside the egg) would need the warm environment of the head to survive and a scalp for it to feed off of. Nits, however, do need to be removed from the hair to avoid re-infestation. If a nit hatches on the hair, after 7 days it can begin to lay its own eggs, starting an infestation all over again.
Do lice like dirty or clean hair?
Lice like hair. Any hair. They need it to survive – they lay their eggs on the hair strands. It is easier for them to latch onto clean hair. Imagine climbing up a pole – a squeaky clean pole is easier to get a grip on and climb up. If there is dirt or water on the pole, it is more difficult to get a grip. We recommend LiceDoctors Mint Repellent spray https://www.licedoctors.com/best-lice-treatment-products/lice-repellent-spray as a preventative. Lice are repelled by mint and the spray adds an artificial layer of product on the hair which makes it more difficult for the lice to grab on.

Customer Reviews for Lice Removal Service in Chattanooga

Over 400,000 Happy Customers
Discreet In Home Service
All Natural Treatment

Client Testimonials

  • "All I can say is thank heavens for LiceDoctors. I was in a panic when I called at 10:00 on Saturday night. An angel named Tracy answered the phones and immediately put me at ease. Within 10 minutes she had arranged for a tech to be at my house the next morning at 9 am. The whole experience went super well and best of all we are still lice free. I highly recommend LiceDoctors to anyone with a head lice infestation." Christine D. in Chattanooga, Tennessee

  • "I run a large company and have high standards for service. LiceDoctors exceeded my standards. They were prompt, professional, and did an excellent job of handling my family during a stressful time." William T. in Cleveland, Tennessee

  • "As a school nurse, I have seen my fair share of students with head lice. Previously, I had recommended the use of chemical lice shampoos, but more and more I was seeing that kids return to school after treatment with heads filled with nits. After speaking to Wendy of LiceDoctors, I realized that they know what they are doing and that their treatment makes far more sense than other avenues. Every child I have referred to the LiceDoctors has returned to school lice and nit free. I am really impressed." Ms. J. In Chattanooga, TN

  • "Thank you to all of you at LiceDoctors for helping us in our hour of need. You do a wonderful service for families with head lice. I only wish I knew about you before I wasted my time and money on the prescriptions and drug store remedies that didn't work. LiceDoctors was reasonable and money well-spent." Sue G.in Lookout Mountain, AL "Bless y'all at LiceDoctors. I take care of my grandkids and I had no idea what to do when the school nurse called to tell me that they had lice in their hair. My own kids never had it and I was lost. I called their doctor who suggested that I call you. I am so grateful that he suggested you and that y'all did such a fine job." From a very appreciative Mary T. in Ringgold, Georgia

School Policy

Chattanooga School Lice Policy

On July 2011, the Tennessee Department of Health (TDOH) amended its policy with regard to the management of head lice infestations (pediculosis). Prior to that date the DOH rules (Rule 1200-14-01-.24 – required that children with nits be excluded from “any public, private, or church-related school, day care or head start

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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