Frequently Asked Questions
what stage of my pregnancy should I visit?
visiting between 28 – 32 weeks to get the cutest facial
Women with twins should visit no later than 27 weeks, since twins have
less space. We do not schedule appointments past 34 weeks due to the lack of space the baby has. Restrictions do apply, and prices are subject to change.
many guests can I bring?
you to bring family and friends with you. We have a maximum
of 7 guests. Seven guests, no exceptions. Children are counted toward your total
number of guests. Children must be accompanied by an adult other than
the mother to be.
kind of ultrasound machine do you use?
use the GE
Voluson 730 Expert, the top-of-the-line ultrasound machine.
machine is used by the world’s finest prenatal clinics and is as safe
as the ultrasound machine used at your doctor’s office.
technology has been the subject of clinical studies over the past 30
years and has not been shown to cause any harm to mother or
Ultrasound sessions are no longer than 30 minutes.
is an elective prenatal ultrasound?
opportunity to capture your baby in live-motion 4D ultrasound to
provide a positive bond for parents and their unborn child.
also offer keepsakes, like videos set to music and pictures, and a
family friendly environment to share the special moment with those
closest to you. This in no way replaces the ultrasound at
this replace the ultrasound at my doctor’s office?
NOT. Women seeking an elective prenatal ultrasound must
be receiving prenatal care with a healthcare provider and have already
undergone a medical, diagnostic ultrasound to confirm any pregnancy
long does the ultrasound session take?
the package you choose, the session will last between 10 – 20 minutes,
however we ask that you arrive 15 minutes early for registration and
plan for 15 minutes after your session for the printing of pictures and
the formatting of the DVD/CD. Please ask all your guests to
insurance cover this procedure?
insurance does not cover this because it is an elective procedure and
is not intended to be a replacement for your physician ordered
ultrasound. You will need to pay out of pocket for your
can I do to improve the quality of my ultrasound?
water. If you do not normally drink water daily you should
consider doing so beginning at least 5 days before your scheduled
appointment. Hydration can really improve the clarity of an
ultrasound. Have a good meal 30-60 minutes before your
appointment. Try and include fruit or fruit juice with your
(unless otherwise ordered by your physician).
my 3D ultrasound images always turn out the way I expect?
sometimes if the baby is persistently looking away from
us, or if hands and feet are in the way it may be difficult to see the
baby's face. Issues that can make the images less than perfect are: the
amount of fluid around the area of interest, the location of the
placenta, age of the fetus, and fetal position. However, we do our very
best to get the best images of your baby! Each baby will scan
differently, and we can make no promises that the images will always
meet your expectations. We do promise, however to do everything we can
to get the very best images possible. Restrictions do apply.
What happens in the event of closures due to do weather, power outage, or machine malfunction?
Due to the time sensitivity of our
appointments, in the event of closures, only the appointments on the
days of closures will be rescheduled/moved to other days.
Do you accept walk-ins?
Our services are offered by appointment only.
All appointments run on time and time is allotted per person and affects
the following appointment. Arriving late to an appointment will result
in rescheduling your visit to a later date. Restrictions do apply.