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Lice Treatment & Lice Removal Service in North Richland Hills and Haltom City

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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 North Richland Hills and Haltom City 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 North Richland Hills and Haltom City 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 North Richland Hills and Haltom City?

Head lice are a problem that has affected people for millennia. All ages, genders, races, classes...everywhere there are humans, there is a risk for catching head lice. There are still many places in the world where head lice are ubiquitous, and where it is not uncommon for people to have head lice somewhat constantly. 

Americans are fortunate, as we each experience lice somewhat infrequently during our lives. On the flip side of this fortune, however, is a dark side. Americans use chemical lice shampoos way too liberally. Whereas, parents in other countries may choose to nitpick as a primary treatment, many parents in the US not only purchase OTC treatments for their lice-infested child, but decide to use these pesticide shampoos on everyone in the home, whether they have lice or not. Then, they make the worst mistake: relying on the pesticides to eradicate the case of lice, when pesticides have a notoriously low killing rate for the nits. Improper use and overuse contribute to chemical resistance in American lice, and some experts estimate the majority of head lice cases in the US today have some degree of chemical resistance.

If your child seems to be getting lice over and over, for whatever reason, it could be that the lice aren’t being completely eradicated with treatment each time. If the head lice seem to come back about 2-3 weeks after treatment, this is a strong indicator that it’s coming back from the previous case surviving, not being caught again from someone else. There are, of course, exceptions to every rule...but think about it this way: how could we offer a 30 day guarantee if it was common to catch head lice so frequently? The reason we have a 30-day guarantee is not just because we have a 99.6% success rate, but also because if the lice are not treated successfully, chances are they’ll return and be noticeable again 2-3 weeks later. Lice have a 30-day life expectancy, so if the lice are gone for 30 days without recurrence, you know they are completely eradicated. 

Pricing in North Richland Hills and Haltom City

LiceDoctors makes house calls at these rates!

  • $199 for the initial hour, $99 per hour for additional time (travel under 50 miles each way included).
  • Average treatment time is about 2 1/2 to 3 hours for the whole family, depending on how many people are treated and how severe the cases are.
  • Average price for a family of 4 is between $300 and $400.
  • LiceDoctors prices are significantly lower than most lice clinics which charge per person (it’s rarely only on the person you’re worried about).
  • Treatment is covered by most HSAs and FSAs and we can provide you with a receipt and diagnosis code to submit to your insurance carrier.

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North Richland Hills and Haltom City FAQs

WHEN IS LICE SEASON?
Peak lice season in the USA is August and September, but this is related to exposure at summer camp and returning to school. Children in Tarrant County experience lice more of the year than children in the northern states, since temperate weather allows children to pass lice while roughhousing outdoors year-round.
HOW DO WE KNOW IF WE HAVE HEAD LICE? 
Unfortunately, it usually takes 2-4 weeks before a case of head lice starts showing significant symptoms, which is why your Haltom City lice professional will carefully check all heads at your in-home appointment. Since not everyone itches with lice, it is very important to check for the presence of hard, tiny, beige eggs cemented to the hair within ¼” of the scalp.
IF THE LICE CAME BACK, DOES THAT MEAN WE HAVE FRIENDS OR FAMILY WHO KEEP GIVING US LICE?
Maybe. Is the lice coming back 2-4 weeks after you see those friends, or right after? Many parents make the mistake of thinking that, if they see lice or nits the day after a slumber party, those are a new case...when it actually takes days, sometimes weeks, for a newly caught case of lice to be visible. If the lice come back about 2 weeks after treatment, it is much more likely that not all the nits were successfully removed during treatment, which is why LiceDoctors in North Richland Hills offers a 30 day guarantee with our service. Please give us a call any time to discuss your situation, and our friendly live dispatchers will help you determine why your lice problem is still bugging you.

Customer Reviews for Lice Removal Service in North Richland Hills and Haltom City

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Client Testimonials

  • “Thank you so much LiceDoctors for getting rid of the head lice in my family. Just as you advertised, your tech treated us effectively and efficiently. This was money well spent and I have already told my friends about LiceDoctors.” Dara F. in Haltom, Texas

  • “I am a hairstylist and have seen my share of lice cases. I definitely could not afford to get lice in my line of work but it happened. My daughter got it and gave it to me. It’s just the two of us and I knew I couldn’t do it myself. I googled and talked to some companies and went with LiceDoctors because they had the best prices (that was a big concern for me).  It took two hours to clear me and my daughter and it was totally worth it. I didn’t need to miss even a day of work.” Erica L. in Richland Hills, TX

  • “My fear and dislike of bloodsucking bugs put them at the top of my enemies list. When my daughter was diagnosed with it, it was a no-brainer for me. I was bringing in the professionals. The school nurse told me that several families had had success with LiceDoctors so I called them. They came in and did the dirty work that I could not and would not do. In my book they are saints when they saved us. All is good and we have no signs of head lice. I am recommending these guys to everyone.” Corine K. in North Richland Hills, Texas

Lice Tips

Do I Need To Worry About the Batting Helmets that my Child’s Little League Team Shares?

little league player at bat wearing a batting helmet
The short answer is “not really”. While we recommend that each child have his own batting helmet, it is not likely that a louse will leave the head and go onto the helmet.

School Policy

North Richland Hills and Haltom City

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Birdville Independent School District North Richland Hills and Haltom City share the Birdville Independent School district, and they continue to enforce a strict “no nit“ policy in contrast to updated recommendations by the CDC and National Association of School Nurses.

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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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