We perform ultrasounds on babies from 8 weeks to full term. 2D ultrasounds, 3D ultrasounds, 4D ultrasounds and even HDlive or 5D HD ultrasounds! Most noteworthy is our early gender reveals. However, you must be under documented prenatal care by a physician.
Please note: Arrive 10 minutes EARLY for your ultrasound. If you are more than 10 minutes late, then you have missed your appointment. Map your travel time in advance & allow for traffic as you would any other appointment. Etiquette & Policies
PROOF OF PRENATAL care must be shown before we can perform an elective ultrasound at our studio. You MUS T read through our “Appointment Tips Tab” prior to your visit!
Some examples would be:
1. A dated ultrasound picture from this pregnancy
2. An appointment card from your prenatal provider OR
3. A short note from your prenatal provider stating that you are under their care for this pregnancy OR
4. Your welcome package for prenatal care.
If you just can’t wait to see your little one and hear your baby’s heartbeat. In our experience, 12 weeks is a VERY entertaining time to peek in on baby. At 12 weeks, baby has little arms and legs and they can jump, wave it’s arms & dance around! Performed 8 weeks- 13 weeks only
Early Peek Ultrasounds
GENDER CHECK GUARANTEE If we are unable to determine gender we will bring you back for a repeat visit Free of charge. BUT, don’t fret, most babies DO show. We are very patient and persistent! Performed 14.5 weeks to 21 weeks
Early Gender Reveal Ultrasounds
2D Gender Reveal Ultrasounds
3D Gender reveal Ultrasounds
HD Gender Reveal Ultrasounds
18 Week 3D Ultrasound, 21 Week Ultrasound
Mommy’s Lips? Daddy’s Nose? Let’s peek at your little toes!
It is our experience that HD Ultrasound pictures are best when there are no obstructions and plenty of fluid in front of baby’s face. The best time for a 5D HDlive ultrasound is between 25 and 30 weeks.
Performed anytime during pregnancy.
3D 4D & HD Ultrasounds
We honor our military. We are a military family!
If Daddy is on active duty and stationed overseas, we want you to share your little miracle with him!
1. $10 OFF any 3D 4D & HDlive or HD Ultrasound
2. Free upgraded level Babyflix account for deployed Daddies, non deployed will receive an Intro level package
3. Copy of the DVD or CD to send to Daddy if he is deployed!
4. 20% off any second Heartbeat Bear to send to Daddy
Heartbeats & Baby Peeks $48 (Anytime during pregnancy)
Record yours or your baby’s heartbeat and put into a 8″ Huggable Heartbeat Bear of your choice. No discounts or changes may be applied to this package
(2) printed 2D pictures
Watch, listen and get your baby’s heart rate
We do not charge a recording fee during a scheduled ultrasound
10% off any 3D 4D Ultrasound orHDlive Ultrasound
We recommend that you visit us between 22 to 28 weeks. Add a $25 fee for twins. You must let us know when you book your appointment that you are expecting multiples so that we may allocate extra time for your appointment.
We are VERY excited to announce that we have partnered with BabyFlix. Now offering this service to our clients to memorialize, edit, stream & share your Ultrasound, Pregnancy & Newborn through your very own account! BabyFlix is functional on most popular mobile devices and tablets and presentation links can be sent via SMS/Text as well as email. Free Premium Level membership to all active military! More information about package levels here
Moms & Dads , now you have the ability to save your baby’s digital movie and photos and relive the experience anytime. Just think – you’re out with your friends and at your fingertips you can show them everything your baby was doing… yawning, waving, smiling, or pouting. This is a Free service that we offer all our families!
Does the location of my placenta impact the quality of my images?
Not necessarily. Many clients with anterior placenta ( in front ) often ask if there will be difficulty seeing their baby with a 3d and 4d ultrasound. A large percentage of our clients have anterior placenta and we are able to scan from the side and around the placenta to see the baby. In some cases, the baby will face into the placenta, whether it is anterior, posterior ( along the back) or fundal ( along the top), in which case, we will work to try to get the baby to move away from the placenta. Some of the images will have parts of the placenta in them, after all, we are imaging the baby in the womb. We will do our best to get as much of the face in view as possible but a full face shot is not always available.
Similarly, babies are often going to be putting their hands and feet in their face and may not free up a view of the entire face. Many moms write back to tell us that their babies make the same gestures and put hands and feet in the face after birth just as they did in the womb and it makes them treasure the ultrasound images even more.
Will I always get a beautiful picture of my baby?
Usually, but not always. Sometimes if the baby is persistently looking face down, i.e. towards your spine it may be difficult to see the baby’s face. Other factors, such as the baby facing the placenta or lack of amniotic fluid in front of the baby’s face, may affect the quality of the images.
First, our sonographer’s will try repositioning the mom, asking her to walk around, etc. to see if we can obtain a better position. If we are unable to obtain images during the session, we will schedule a repeat scan as deemed appropriate by the sonographer, allowing time for the baby to turn to a favorable position.
We make no promises that the images will be similar to those you might have seen elsewhere or even from our clinic, or that we can always meet everyone’s expectations. Every baby scans differently, depending on its gestational age, position, amount of fluid, and mother’s condition. We promise to make every effort to obtain the best possible images of whatever parts of the baby that can be seen.
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