Lice Specialists Brownsville TX

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

Local Businesses

Cisneros Jose Pa Facog

(956) 548-1959
1001 Calle Milagros
Brownsville, TX 78526

Arredondo Rafael

(956) 544-2703
9767 N 91St St # 102
Brownsville, TX 78520

Castaneda Jose Luis

(956) 544-2144
3243 Southmost Rd
Brownsville, TX 78521

Rgv Vein Laser & Aesthetic Clinic

(956) 350-6561
5700 N Expressway
Brownsville, TX 78526

Brooks Karen

(956) 544-8144
800 W Jefferson St – Ste 150
Brownsville, TX 78520

Shioma Eye & Cosmetics

(956) 550-0200
3301 N Miller Rd Ste 140
Brownsville, TX 78520

Nguyen Chi D

(956) 544-3336
7301 E 2Nd St Ste 200
Brownsville, TX 78526

Diaz Antonio M Jr

(956) 541-5231
864 Central Blvd
Brownsville, TX 78520

Soleja Khalid R

3300 North 75Th Street
Brownsville, TX 78521

Umang Khetarpal

(956) 504-5360
844 Central Blvd – Ste 280
Brownsville, TX 78520

Valley Ear Nose & Throat

(956) 350-8787
7473 E Osborn Rd
Brownsville, TX 78526

Brownsville Medical Associates

(956) 546-3116
425 E Los Ebanos Blvd
Brownsville, TX 78520

Brownsville Medical Center

(956) 546-7081
1040 W Jefferson St
Brownsville, TX 78520

Brownsville Pediatric & Adolescent Care

(956) 548-1100
3150 International Blvd
Brownsville, TX 78521

Arredondo, Rafael – Arredondo Rafael

(956) 544-2703
8876 E Pinnacle Peak Rd # 107
Brownsville, TX 78520

Mario J Henao

Po Box 3536
Brownsville, TX 78523

Southwest Ear Nose And Throat Institute Pa

3301 N. Miller Road Suite 140
Brownsville, TX 78520

International Institute

(956) 548-0001
7245 E Osborn Rd Ste 1
Brownsville, TX 78520

Southwest Facial Plastic Surgery Institute

3271 N Civic Center Plz Ste 6
Brownsville, TX 78520

The Skin Care Clinic

(956) 542-5509
1213 E Alton Gloor Blvd – Ste C
Brownsville, TX 78526

Lice Specialists FAQ in Brownsville, TX

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.

Why can’t you use conditioner after lice treatment?

Do not use a conditioner. It can keep the lice medicine from working. Rinse well with warm water and towel dry. Do not use the towel again until it has been laundered.

What happens if lice infestation goes untreated?

If you’re infested with body lice for a long time, you may experience skin changes such as thickening and discoloration — particularly around your waist, groin or upper thighs. Spread of disease. Body lice can carry and spread some bacterial diseases, such as typhus, relapsing fever or trench fever.

Do you have to throw away pillows if you have lice?

Myth About Head Lice Many parents arrive at our treatment center ready to throw out all their sheets, blankets, mattress, couch, and any piece of furniture that their child has touched in the last 24 hours. Lice Lifters is happy to tell you that none of that is necessary.

What kills unhatched lice eggs?

Spinosad topical suspension, 0.9%, was approved by the FDA in 2011. Since it kills live lice as well as unhatched eggs, retreatment is usually not needed. Nit combing is not required. Spinosad topical suspension is approved for the treatment of children 6 months of age and older.

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 repels lice naturally?

Coconut, tea tree oil, lavender, eucalyptus, rosemary, lemon grass, and peppermint are scents popularly believed to repel lice. Using any coconut scented shampoo and conditioner is an easy way to increase your defense. At 1% concentration, tea tree oil killed 100% of head lice after 30 minutes.

What kind of Listerine kills lice?

We are pleased to hear that the amber Listerine worked so well to treat lice. We suspect it too works by suffocating them. The herbal oils in Listerine, such as eucalyptol, thymol, menthol and methyl salicylate, may also discourage lice.

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.

Is rubbing alcohol good for lice?

However, rubbing alcohol is not an FDA-approved treatment for head lice. Nor has it been proven to have any effect on head lice. One of the most common uses of rubbing alcohol is as a disinfectant. It’s often used in the medical field to sterilize surgical tools, and clean skin before injections or blood draws.