Lice Specialists Irvine CA

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

Local Businesses

Roy W Hong

30 Palatine Apt 105
Irvine, CA 92612

Gerald David Weinstein

C-340 Medical Sciences Bldg One,
Irvine, CA 92697

Waldman, James S – Waldman James S

(949) 753-9747
16300 Sand Canyon Ave, #506
Irvine, CA 92602

Y Alyssa Kim

14150 Culver Dr Ste 304
Irvine, CA 92604

Hamid Towhidian

4050 Barranca Pkwy Ste 265
Irvine, CA 92604

Terence Francis Maloy

16300 Sand Canyon Ave Ste 612
Irvine, CA 92618

Michael Amin Jazayeri

3972 Barranca Pkwy Ste J-214
Irvine, CA 92606

Brian Norman Streams

6 Willard
Irvine, CA 92604

Charles R Sexton – Dermatology

(714) 615-7799
15825 Laguna Canyon Rd
Irvine, CA 92618

Total Cosmetix

(949) 857-4444
16520 Bake Pky, Ste 115
Irvine, CA 92604

Graham Kemsley Cosmetic Surg

(949) 450-2755
16300 Sand Canyon Ave Ste 911
Irvine, CA 92618

Mary Von Hoffmann

16300 Sand Canyon Ave Ste 612
Irvine, CA 92618

Beckman Laser Institute

(949) 824-5011
1002 Health Sciences Rd
Irvine, CA 92602

Morris Ahdoot

16300 Sand Canyon Ave Ste 301
Irvine, CA 92618

Elizabeth H Steinberg

62 Corporate Park Ste 240
Irvine, CA 92606

Andrew Donald Smith

(949) 450-2755
16300 Sand Canyon Avenue
Irvine, CA 92618

Elizabeth Steinberg

62 Corporate Park,Suite 240
Irvine, CA 92606

Donald I Altman

(949) 727-3999
16300 Sand Canyon Ave – Suite 1011
Irvine, CA 92618

Garrett Andrew Wirth

26 Seasons
Irvine, CA 92603

James S Waldman

(949) 753-9747
16300 Sand Canyon Ave Ste 506
Irvine, CA 92618

Lice Specialists FAQ in Irvine, CA

Can lice spread in bed?

Can head lice and nits live on pillows or sheets? Lice and nits can live on pillows and sheets. Lice glue their eggs to the hair strands of their host. However, if a piece of hair with an egg falls out while the lice host is sleeping, an egg could end up on pillows or sheets.

Can you grab lice with your fingers?

Eggs and nits also stick to the hair shaft, so they don’t come off easily. If you try to pull one out of the hair with your fingers, it won’t budge—it will move only if you use your nails to get behind it and force it off.

Why does my daughter keep getting nits?

There are two reasons for a recurrent lice infestation: The lice treatment you used didn’t work. You or someone in your family came in contact with lice again.

Why do I keep finding lice eggs but no lice?

Nits are often confused with other things found in the hair such as dandruff, hair spray droplets, and dirt particles. If no live nymphs or adult lice are seen, and the only nits found are more than ¼-inch from the scalp, the infestation is probably old and no longer active and does not need to be treated.

How do I clean my house after lice?

Wash items on a hot water cycle and dry on high heat for at least twenty minutes. The heated wash and dry will remove and kill any lice left. Carpets, mattresses, and flooring can simply be vacuumed and cleaned with everyday cleaning products.

What soap kills lice?

If you’ve tried over the counter lice treatments recently and feel it’s not effective, try alternative methods: Apply mineral or olive oil to hair, leave on 30 minutes, wash out with Dawn dish soap. Apply white vinegar, leave on 30 minutes, rinse out.

Can bleach get rid of lice?

Hair dye and bleach haven’t been scientifically proven to kill lice. However, anecdotal evidence indicates that they may be effective. They’re not, however, able to kill lice eggs, known as nits. Other lice removal treatments will most likely be more effective.

How do you get rid of lice permanently?

Benzyl alcohol (Ulesfia). This lotion kills active lice, not eggs. Ivermectin (Sklice). This lotion kills most head lice, even just-hatched lice, with just one use. Malathion (Ovide). This very strong lotion paralyzes and kills lice and some lice eggs. Spinosad (Natroba).

Are lice more active at night?

Head lice are most active at night. Itching is the first and most common symptom but may not appear for weeks after contracting lice. The itching is caused by an allergic reaction to the bug bites which can cause sores or raw skin on the scalp.

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.