Lice Treatment Center Fort Worth, TX In-Home Lice Removal & Lice Treatment Services
No Appointment Necessary!
About Lice Troopers
OUR LICE SERVICES
Adorable kids treated by Lice Troopers
The Lice Troopers Difference
Benefits & Highlights
WHY CHOOSE US IN Fort Worth, TX
Though our children lucked out with chances to play at sunny beaches or parks like Okeeheelee and Dreher, our year-round warmth means gathering with other kids more often. Groups of kids playing combined with a humid environment sets a perfect breeding ground for the parasite every parent dreads—the louse. With nearly 17,000 minors, half of which are under 9, our kids have plenty of others from whom they can contract lice.
Fear of this parasite should never make us restrict our kids from sharing with others to enrich their childhood. We, as parents, however, should have a plan of action for the inevitable day when we find our little one with an itchy head and a hair full of lice & nits.
Lice Troopers recognizes what Texas humidity entails. Lice love humid climates, but there’s no need to sacrifice our tropical environment if we’re fully prepared to combat the notorious critters.
We come to you in your time of need and care for your children like our very own. With a far gentler yet more effective approach than alternatives, you know your daughters and sons are safe with us. Busy parents worry enough without lice coming into the fold, so our services tailor to your needs. Lice Troopers professionals come to you, rid your children of lice in an hour, & educate you on how to prevent lice infestations going forward.
Benefit from our expertise and liberate your child from lice today with Lice Troopers Fort Worth in-home service. Your kids deserve a lively childhood they’ll remember, and together we’ll make sure that- contracting lice remains but a blip in an otherwise sunny and playful ocean of memories. Call us today at 800-403-5423 to book your home visit!
About Fort Worth, TX
Fort Worth is a city in North Central Texas. In the late 19th century, it became an important trading post for cowboys at the end of the Chisholm Trail. Today, it’s a modern city, with international art institutions like the Kimbell Art Museum. The Fort Worth Stockyards are home to rodeos, and the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame honors pioneers.