Lice Specialists Ewa Beach HI

Find Lice Specialists in Ewa Beach, HI. Whether you’re seeking treatment or looking to schedule a preventative screening, we can connect you with the best dermatologists near you in Ewa Beach, HI.

Local Businesses

Cordero Antonio B

(808) 671-6488
91-2139 Fort Weaver Rd – Ste 104
Ewa Beach, HI 96706

Access Medical Clinics

(808) 685-0330
91-1401 Fort Weaver Rd
Ewa Beach, HI 96706

General Dentistry For Children

(808) 680-9411
91-2139 Fort Weaver Rd – Ste 301
Ewa Beach, HI 96706

Oda Gary T

(808) 689-7966
91-791 Papipi Rd Rm 1
Ewa Beach, HI 96706

Baysa Elmer F Inc

(808) 689-8315
91-775 Papipi Rd – Ste A
Ewa Beach, HI 96706

Mcmann Eye Institute

(808) 677-2733
91-2139 Fort Weaver Rd – Ste 202
Ewa Beach, HI 96706

Brunel Wiley

(808) 678-2211
91-2139 Fort Weaver Rd – Ste 208
Ewa Beach, HI 96706

Ablan Mary May Z

(808) 671-1558
91-2139 Fort Weaver Rd – Ste 303
Ewa Beach, HI 96706

A Able Child’S Dental

(808) 680-9411
91-2139 Fort Weaver Rd – Ste 301
Ewa Beach, HI 96706

Kevin Wayne Dieffenbach

91-2139 Ft Weaver Road St Francis-West Med Plz #20
Ewa Beach, HI 96706

Timothy H Hagino

(808) 671-9566
91-2178 Fort Weaver Rd Ste 213
Ewa Beach, HI 96706

Kevin Dieffenbach

(808) 678-1955
91-2139 Ft. Weaver Road Suite 201
Ewa Beach, HI 96706

Kevin Wayne Dieffenbach

(808) 678-1955
91-2139 Ft. Weaver Rd – Suite 201
Ewa Beach, HI 96706

Westside Surgical Services Llc

(808) 676-9270
91-2139 Fort Weaver Rd – Ste 310
Ewa Beach, HI 96706

Cha David

(808) 671-7216
91-2139 Fort Weaver Rd – Ste 211
Ewa Beach, HI 96706

Chang Willis J K W

(808) 671-2456
91-2139 Fort Weaver Rd – Ste 213
Ewa Beach, HI 96706

Ines Alfred A

(808) 671-8877
91-2139 Fort Weaver Rd – Ste 213
Ewa Beach, HI 96706

Dieffenbach Kevin

(808) 678-1955
15 Willowdale Dr
Ewa Beach, HI 96706

Shimao Mark Y Dds Inc

(808) 689-6900
91-902 Fort Weaver Rd – Ste 201
Ewa Beach, HI 96706

Araki Chadron S

(808) 689-7978
91-1001 Kaimalie St – Unit 203
Ewa Beach, HI 96706

Lice Specialists FAQ in Ewa Beach, HI

What attracts lice to your head?

Lice are attracted to the blood they get through your scalp – short, long, clean or dirty.

Is head lice caused by poor hygiene?

Head lice most often affect children. The insects usually spread through direct transfer from the hair of one person to the hair of another. Having head lice isn’t a sign of poor personal hygiene or an unclean living environment. Head lice don’t carry bacterial or viral diseases.

Can lice survive a hair dryer?

There are recent studies that show that treatment of lice with heat can be quite effective in killing head lice. Products such as Lousebuster are very effective but even a home hairdryer can successfully treat lice.

Can doctors do anything for lice?

If nonprescription treatments don’t work, your health care provider can prescribe shampoos or lotions that contain different ingredients. Oral prescription drug. Ivermectin (Stromectol) is available by prescription as a tablet taken by mouth. The oral drug effectively treats lice with two doses, eight days apart.

What doctor do I see for lice?

If your child has head lice, a dermatologist can tell. A dermatologist can also recommend an effective treatment for your child. This may be one of the prescription treatments. Sometimes, simply combing your child’s hair to remove the lice and nits (eggs) can be effective.

Is it better to comb lice out of wet or dry hair?

Make sure hair stays wet with conditioner during combing. Metal or plastic nit combs are available at your local pharmacy. If the comb tugs the hair, use a wide toothed comb first and more conditioner, then try the nit comb again.

Do electric lice combs work?

Technically yes, a lice comb can be a complete lice treatment on its own, but it depends entirely on the person using it. If hair is treated with a good electric head lice comb and perfect precision, every louse and nit could be combed out and the lice effectively treated.

Why does head lice keep coming back?

Head lice keep recurring when eggs are missed and left in the hair. Those missed eggs then hatch and you find head lice again. Removing all the eggs is key to stopping head lie recurring. The eggs are tiny and glued firmly onto the hair.

How many lice are usually found on a head?

Typically, 10–15 head lice are found. The number of lice often depends on personal hygiene, for example, how often the person bathes, shampoos, or changes and washes his/her clothing.

Can lice dig into your skull?

Head lice are very common. They are small (adult lice are the size of a sesame seed) grey-brown insects. They cannot fly or jump; neither can they burrow into the scalp.

Should I tell people I have lice?

Children are vulnerable to acquiring head lice over and over again. Telling others that you are screening regularly may help raise the community standard by reminding others to do the same.

Why can I not get rid of lice?

The head lice may have become resistant to the treatment. If the treatment used does not kill the head lice, your health care provider and pharmacist can help you be sure the treatment was used correctly and may recommend a completely different product if they think the head lice are resistant to the first treatment.