2D, 3D, 4D Ultrasound Newport Beach CA
Ultrasound Check-Up: Whether you’re looking to get a sneak peek at what your unborn baby has been up to lately or planning for an auspicious gender reveal we’re here for you.
As your home of quality diagnostic imaging services in Orange County, CA, we’re always ready to help you monitor the progress of your pregnancy using the latest technology.
Plus, all our sonography services are delivered with expertise, care, and utmost professionalism.
ORANGE COUNTY, NEWPORT BEACH
2D 3D 4D Ultrasound Check-Up
We’d truly love to be a part of your experience as you listen to those reassuring heartbeat sounds and watch those kicks. And for that, you can always bet that we’ll devote our best resources to make each moment truly memorable.
So why choose us?
We’re a listening and caring OB-GYN practice
We're a listening and caring OB-GYN practice that values our patients' needs and concerns.
Our services are trusted by physicians, midwives, and moms
Our services are trusted by physicians, midwives, and moms, which speaks to the quality of care that we provide.
You get the best-equipped ultrasound room in Newport Beach area
We have the best-equipped ultrasound room in Newport Beach area, so you can be sure that you will have the best ultrasound experience.
A client-centered approach delivered by people who make you feel like family
Our approach is client-centered, which means we put you at the center of all we do and our team will make you feel like family.
We’re committed to the highest standards of care possible
We're committed to providing the highest standards of care possible, so you can be confident in the care you receive.
A calm, friendly and homely environment
We provide a calm, friendly and homely environment to make you feel at ease during your visit.
Highly trained, experienced, and understanding staff
Our staff is highly trained, experienced, and understanding, so you can feel comfortable discussing any concerns you may have.
Top-Class Care from The Best Ultrasound Experts in Newport Beach
Indeed, one thing that sets us apart from other obstetric and gynecological ultrasound specialists is that we’re a listening practice. We take our time to understand you so we can offer expert advice and personalize every aspect of your sonography appointment with us.
What’s more, our cozy and relaxing ultrasound studio in Newport Beach is designed with your comfort, safety, and privacy in mind. So, whether you’re looking for a private session or would like to invite a few friends over to share the moment, our accommodative facilities have got you covered.
Affordable Ultrasound Services
At Broad Medical Group our mission is to offer the most compassionate care possible. And while at it, we always strive to keep our prices within a reasonable range so that our clients can get good value for money every time they walk through our doors.
This is in line with our core focus of providing all of our patients with a holistic experience every time they call or walk in for an appointment.
ARDMS Registered Staff
With diagnostic imaging technology advancing at a rapid pace, we set ourselves apart by working with the very best ultrasound technicians in town. Our sonographers are not only ARDMS registered but also passionate about serving you.
This combined with our well-established in-house systems ensures that you get nothing but the best talent at your service each time you book an OB ultrasound appointment with us.
Simple, Straightforward & Unrushed Appointments
Are you tired of lengthy appointment-booking processes and frustrating ultrasound sessions? Look no further because all our processes are simple and secure. You can instantly book an appointment with our experts online or by calling in.
And when the time for your appointment arrives, we dedicate all our resources toward making your session seamless and comprehensive.
Plus, we don’t rush you. We understand that some babies can be less than cooperative. That’s the beauty of nature.
Unlike other facilities that rush you just to get the job done, we’re a patient and quality-oriented clinic. To us, the job is only done when we get you the top-quality sonograms you’ve been yearning for.
You’re sure to be astonished by the quality of the final images that will be handed over to you by our competent team.
No special preparation is required prior to a scan, that said having a full bladder may help in capturing more detailed images
Come in and enjoy premium-quality imaging services. Our high-frequency scans deliver vivid images in 2D, 3D, and 4D. Our systems use advanced algorithms to save valuable time and still create vibrant images of your child.
There’s no better way to get up close and personal with your baby – an experience that would otherwise be delayed until birth.
Quick Facts About Ultrasound Scans
- Provided they are done by trained healthcare providers, ultrasound scans are highly safe
- You can use them to monitor the progress of your pregnancy
- The bonding that happens during 3D and 4D scans can have positive mother-to-child effects
- Ultrasound scans are generally painless and harbor no known side effects
- The earlier you do a scan during your pregnancy cycle, the more accurate it is likely to be
- Can be used to track pregnancy development, bone density and identify abnormalities
High end images in 2D, 3D and 4D
Our services generate highest quality digital images – patients are absolutely astonished as of the clarity and vibrance of the generated pictures. Make your appointment today to get your own shots of your unborn baby!
Your pregnancy journey
journey is a special process that should be cherished forever. And by working with the best ultrasound providers in Orange County you stand to experience those crucial moments even more vividly.
Our facility combines cutting-edge technology with a family-friendly environment thereby making for a fast, easy, and accurate ultrasound scanning experience.
We’d be glad to assist you as you walk this beautiful journey. Our doors are always open. Get in touch with us today and let’s discuss how best we can assist you.
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How do ultrasound scans work?
An ultrasound scan uses high-frequency sound waves to create images of the inside of the body. It is suitable for use during pregnancy. Ultrasound scans, or sonography, are safe because they use sound waves or echoes to make an image, instead of radiation.
3D 4D HD Ultrasound scans are used to evaluate fetal development, and they can detect problems in the liver, heart, kidney, or abdomen. They may also assist in performing certain types of biopsy. The image produced is called a sonogram.
Higher frequencies provide better quality images but are more readily absorbed by the skin and other tissue, so they cannot penetrate as deeply as lower frequencies. Lower frequencies penetrate deeper, but the image quality is inferior. In our practice in Newport Beach, Orange County, we offer high end, detailed sonograms in different packages.
3D & 4D HD ultrasound imagery
The child, as well as specific organs or body parts, can be spatially represented using a 3D ultrasound, taking digital images of the fetus and the position of the fetus in the uterus.
Via 3D 4D ultrasound, the child, specific organs or body parts can be displayed in three dimensions. This allows for more accurate tracking of the child’s development, for example, by observing facial expressions or the movement of extremities.
If we see or suspect a physical abnormality during normal ultrasound, 3D ultrasound allows us to much better assess the abnormality and treatability. In addition, scientific studies have shown that seeing the baby in moving 3D digital images has a very positive effect on bonding with the growing fetus.
How many ultrasounds do you need?
This varies based on the woman and her pregnancy. Here are some ultrasound exams you might have while expecting. Your first ultrasound, also known as a sonogram, may take place when you’re around 6 to 8 weeks pregnant. However, some doctors only conduct this exam if you have certain high-risk pregnancy conditions. These include bleeding, abdominal pain, and history of birth defects or miscarriage.
Early Pregnancy Ultrasound (6-8 Weeks)
This first exam may be conducted trans-vaginally so doctors get a clearer picture of your baby. In this case, your OBGYN will place a thin wand-like transducer probe—which transmits high-frequency sound waves through your uterus—in your vagina. The sound waves bounce off the fetus and send signals back to a machine that converts these reflections into a black and white image of your baby.
At 6 weeks’ gestation, it’s possible to see the baby’s heartbeat. Your practitioner will also predict your baby’s due date, track milestones, determine the number of babies in the womb, and see whether you have an ectopic pregnancy.
Ultrasound (10-13 Weeks)
Those who forgo the 6-8 week ultrasound might have a”dating ultrasound” around weeks 10-13. This gives parents the same type of information: due date, your baby’s “crown-rump length” (measurement from head to bottom), the number of babies in the womb, and fetal heartbeat.
Nuchal Translucency Ultrasound (14-20 Weeks)
Between 14 and 20 weeks, you may also have a nuchal translucency (NT) test to check for Down syndrome and other chromosomal abnormalities,.Women whose screening test revealed a potential problem, who are 35 or older, or who have a family history of certain birth defects should consider it. Doctors will measure hormones and proteins with a blood test, and they’ll also gauge the thickness at the back of the baby’s neck with an ultrasound. A thicker neck may indicate an increased risk for birth defects like Down syndrome and trisomy 18.
Anatomical Survey (18-20 Weeks)
This detailed ultrasound, generally between weeks 18 to 20 of pregnancy, lasts 20 to 45 minutes if you’re having one baby and longer if you’re having multiples. This is the most thorough checkup your baby will have before she is born.
The doctor will check your baby’s heart rate and look for abnormalities in her brain, heart, kidneys, and liver, She’ll count your baby’s fingers and toes, check for birth defects, examine the placenta, and measure the amniotic fluid level. And she’ll probably be able to determine your baby’s sex, although it’s not a slam dunk; an experienced tech gets it right more than 95 percent of the time. (If you don’t want to know your baby’s sex, let her know ahead of time.)
The transducer, or wand, is normally placed on the surface of the patient’s body, but some kinds are placed internally. These can provide clearer, more informative images.
Examples are: an endovaginal transducer, for use in the vagina an endorectal transducer, for use in the rectum a transesophageal transducer, passed down the patient’s throat for use in the esophagus Some very small transducers can be placed onto the end of a catheter and inserted into blood vessels to examine the walls of blood vessels.
Ultrasound Session Today
Book your ultrasound session today and take the first step in seeing your baby before birth. With our advanced technology, you can experience the joy of seeing your baby in 2D, 3D and 4D.
Our team of highly trained, experienced, and understanding staff will make sure that you have a pleasant experience. Don't wait, book your ultrasound session today and take the first step in bonding with your baby before birth.