Lice Specialists Chesapeake VA

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

Local Businesses

Grenga, Tad E – Chesapeake Center For Cosmetic

(205) 856-6155
113 Gainsborough Sq # 400
Chesapeake, VA 23326

Dana Geoffrey Borgeson, Do


Chesapeake, VA 23321

Legum, Larry

113 Coastal Way
Chesapeake, VA 23320

Legum Larry Dr

(757) 547-9401
113 Coastal Way
Chesapeake, VA 23320

Corney Margie Pc

(757) 548-2800
817 B Greenbrier Pkwy
Chesapeake, VA 23320

Myers, Debra – Chesapeake Center For Cosmetic

(757) 548-8988
113 Gainsborough Sq # 400
Chesapeake, VA 23320

Augenstein H Nicholas

(757) 547-4780
109 Wimbledon Sq – Ste B
Chesapeake, VA 23320

Siegel, Fred H – Body By Siegel

(757) 547-2115
700 Battlefield Blvd N # A
Chesapeake, VA 23320

Helen Ross

4041 Taylor Rd Ste H
Chesapeake, VA 23321

Chesapeake Center For Cosmetic And Plastic Surgery

757- 548-8988
667 Kingsborough Sq
Chesapeake, VA 23320

Ear Nose & Throat

(205) 870-9520
680 Kingsborough Sq # A
Chesapeake, VA 23326

Cancer Specialists Of Tidewater

110 Wimbledon Sq
Chesapeake, VA 23320

Parsons Jerome M

(757) 484-4607
3105 Western Branch Blvd
Chesapeake, VA 23321

Myron William Yencha Jr


Chesapeake, VA 23321

Arbid Elias J Facs

(757) 483-9611
4057 Taylor Rd
Chesapeake, VA 23321

Grenga, Tad E – Chesapeake Center For Cosmetic

(757) 548-8988
113 Gainsborough Sq # 400
Chesapeake, VA 23320

Joseph Craig Merrell

820 Greenbrier Cir Ste 20
Chesapeake, VA 23320

Robert Schnarrs

300 Medical Parkway, Suite 316
Chesapeake, VA 23320

Tad Grenga

667 Kingsborough Square, Suite 300
Chesapeake, VA 23320

Hand Surgery Associates

200 Medical Pkwy
Chesapeake, VA 23320

Lice Specialists FAQ in Chesapeake, VA

What can I spray on furniture for lice?

Description. Nix out lice. From the #1 pediatrician-recommended lice removal brand*, Nix Lice & Bed Bug Killing Spray for Home will kill lice and bed bugs and is effective for up to 4 weeks. It’s easy to use – simply spray on affected areas such as bedding and furniture.

Can you suffocate lice nits?

Blow dry your child’s hair. It has to be thoroughly dry down to the scalp to suffocate the lice. Expect this to take 3 times longer than normal drying. The dried Cetaphil will smother the lice.

Are lice good for anything?

Parasites such as lice have a role in the conditioning of a ‘natural’ immune system and reducing the likelihood of immune dysfunctions, a study of mice from a Nottinghamshire forest indicates.

What does a dermatologist do for lice?

Your dermatologist may prescribe a medicated shampoo to kill head lice. This product may come with a special comb to run through the hair for removing nits.

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.

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.

How do you get rid of nits once and for all?

wash hair with ordinary shampoo. apply lots of conditioner (any conditioner will do) comb the whole head of hair, from the roots to the ends.

What attracts lice to your head?

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

Why don’t adults get lice?

Adults are not immune to head lice. In fact, if you have any close contact with children or even parents of children you can be at risk of catching them if they have them. Lice transfer primarily through head to head contact, so you would have to get close to the other person.

What happens if you have lice for years?

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.