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HEAD LICE TREATMENT

The Preferred Head Lice Clinic, Treatment and Lice Removal Centers

For over 25 years, South Florida Family Health and Research Centers medical divisions within parasitic infectious disease Lice Cleanique located in Kendall, FL

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HEAD LICE TREATMENT

The Preferred Head Lice Clinic, Treatment and Lice Removal Centers

For over 25 years, South Florida Family Health and Research Centers medical divisions within parasitic infectious disease Lice Cleanique located in Kendall, FL

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About Us

Lice Cleanique and Lice Source Services Health Care Clinics locations are in-network with most major insurance plans. Staffed by Board Certified Family Medicine providers with Compassionate Medical Assistants who provide world class medical care for patients diagnosed with Pediculus Humanus Capitis (head lice) through full spectrum outpatient Primary Care Family Medicine.
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Head Lice Removal & what to look for

Head lice are parasitic insects that live off blood and use humans as their hosts. If left unchecked, they can cause problems ranging from simple irritation to infections. The head louse (Pediculus humanus capitis) is a tiny wingless insect of the order Psocodea and is an ectoparasite – a parasite that lives on the skin but not in the body.

Medical Care for Head Lice

A Head Lice Clinic designed specifically for such cases needing rapid removal of Pediculus Humanus Capitus (head lice) is world renowned South Florida Family Health and Research Centers medical division, Lice Cleanique and Lice Source Services

Irritability

In moderate to severe head lice cases; small to large sores with traces of blood on the scalp or lower hair shaft can be seen.

Sleeplessness

In moderate to severe head lice cases; small to large sores with traces of blood on the scalp or lower hair shaft can be seen.

Mild to severe itching

In moderate to severe head lice cases; small to large sores with traces of blood on the scalp or lower hair shaft can be seen.

Sores (Impetigo)

In moderate to severe head lice cases; small to large sores with traces of blood on the scalp or lower hair shaft can be seen.

What does lice look like?

Nits, which are lice eggs, attach to the hair and have an incubation period of 6 – 12 days. Female lice can lay 3 – 6 eggs per day and have a lifespan of about 42 days. Using these numbers, you can see that it doesn’t take long for a case to become severe.

There are three stages of the Head Lice Life Cycle:

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Head lice spread very easily through direct head-to-head/hair-to-hair contact. Common examples are hugging or leaning heads together; other examples are at home and in public settings, prolonged and even brief close encounters.

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