DON’T GO THROUGH WHAT THESE MOMS DID!
Your kids just came home with head lice? Maybe your teen spent the afternoon taking selfies with an infested friend? Don’t panic. For your convenience we strive to schedule appointments within 24 hours!
This may be a little long so bare with me. I watch my nieces 5 days a week. On Monday the older of the 2 called me to tell me the younger had lice. I googled and found a place who happened to be running a special as well. I called on the way and spoke with a very understanding woman named Angela. She talked me through what needed to happen bc I was freaked out as I have never dealt with lice before. She got us in as early as possible. When we got there she educated me on everything from start to finish while treating my niece. And reccomened I bring in my other niece too. Amanda took her in the same day and as my niece is a teenager was freaked out so bad that she found something she started to hyperventilate. Amanda, to my amazement, calmed her down. It really was amazing. As it was late and my niece has an extraordinary amount of hair she had to call in someone else to help. Amanda treated her so we could go home and come back the next morning. That morning Amanda and Ashley both worked on her hair well into the afternoon.
I have never been so greatful for such a positive experience and for the way these wonderful people took care of us.
Thank you so much.
After discovering my child had lice I was totally overwhelmed. The clinic manager, Greg, returned my phone call promptly and very calmly told me what I could do immediately, scheduled a next day appointment, provided much needed education on the subject matter, and discussed treatment options. I chose the FDA approved AirAlle treatment. No medications and all the lice/nit were dead when the hour treatment was done. Proper education as to the cleaning of my house was invaluable. This clinic provides fast, efficient service with an extremely competent staff. The turned my “nightmare” into a manageable problem!!
* Results are typical, but may vary depending on many factors such as the level of infestation and hair type/condition.