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What can I do to prepare for my ultrasound?

Being well-hydrated is our biggest ask. We recommend you double up on your water intake 3-4 days before your appointment. This does not mean you have to come with a full bladder (unless you are in your first trimester). To obtain a 3D/4D ultrasound, our sound waves need to travel through fluid. The more fluid that is in front of your baby's face, the better we can see your baby, given the baby is in a good position.

What if we don't see the baby's face at all?

We do not give up easy, however, if we are unable to get any photos of your baby’s face, we will offer you a free 10-15 minute rescan. The rescan will be scheduled within 1-2 weeks of your current appointment.

How accurate are you at determining the gender of the baby?

As long as you come with a full bladder and are at least 14 weeks, our odds are really good. We do not guess the gender, we make sure we are confident in what we see. We do this by making sure we visualize it in two different views. If, for some crazy reason we are unable to see it, we will have you back for a free rescan within the next couple of days.

What if we don't want to know the gender?

No problem at all. We simply don’t look.

How many guests can I bring?

We welcome friends and family of all ages. We have a quaint children's area in the scan room. We also have comfortable seating for 6 guests, PLUS you and your spouse (totaling 8 people). However, if you have one or two more, please bring them. We can always pull a chair from somewhere in the office.

When will I receive my digital images/video recording?

Same day as your appointment.

What happens if you see something wrong with my baby?

Since our sonographers are registered diagnostic medical sonographers, with MFM experience, we have that trained eye. We will not diagnose anything, but if we do see something abnormal during your scan with us, we will ALWAYS make a call to your OBGYN provider to let them know.

What type of payment do you accept?

We except pretty much everything: Cash, Credit Card, Cash App, Apple Pay, Venmo, and Paypal

Does my insurance cover my scan?

Since this is considered an elective ultrasound, your insurance will more than likely NOT cover it.

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