We are experts in medical 4D/3D/2D ultrasounds. 4D Ultrasound refers to a moving 3D ultrasound image you can view from various angles!
Our healthcare professionals use the latest 3D and 4D ultrasound technology and software for diagnostic scanning to ensure the health of your baby.
3D/4D ultrasound images are a unique scanning solution that can provide crucial clinical information. Learn more about our 3D/4D diagnostic scans, please visit:
While we understand that you may wish to obtain keepsake images of your baby, we want to emphasise that the 3D and 4D scans are performed in order to assess the health and well-being of your unborn baby.
Performing ultrasounds for non-medical purposes has been disapproved by many national and international societies and we support their recommendations, and we wish to provide you with the best medical reassurance possible.
We are regulated by the Care Quality Commission (Rating: Good as of our latest inspection.) Please visit the CQC Guide for choosing the right pregnancy scan service for you.
We use the latest model of the GE Voluson E10 in its advanced configuration. This model is internationally recognised as a superior 3D/4D imaging scanner.
Our Voluson E10 scanner is supercharged with the latest visualisation options and 3D/4D technology.
If you’ve been searching for “3D scan pregnancy scans near me”, we can help. Get in touch today to learn more about our 3D pregnancy scan cost, we’ll be happy to answer all of your questions.
3D ultrasound was invented back in the 1980’s, about 20 years after the ‘standard’ 2D ultrasound cam into use. Since then, the technology has come a long way, and we are now able to generate incredibly detailed images of the fetus in the womb!
3D ultrasound is a medical imaging technique that uses high-frequency sound waves to produce detailed three-dimensional images of the inside of the human body. It is similar to traditional ultrasound, but instead of producing a two-dimensional image, it creates a three-dimensional image by taking a series of scans from different angles and using computer processing to combine them into a single image.
During a 3D ultrasound, the patient lies on a table and a handheld device called a transducer is placed on the skin above the area being examined. The transducer sends out high-frequency sound waves that bounce off the internal organs and tissues and return to the transducer. These echoes are then used to create an image of the inside of the body on a computer screen.
3D ultrasound is often used to visualize the developing fetus during pregnancy, as well as to examine organs and tissues in the abdomen, pelvis, and chest. It can be used to diagnose a variety of conditions, such as abnormalities in fetal development, tumours, and abdominal pain.
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