Are you looking for a 3D sonogram of your Baby?
Often the medical community uses the terms sonogram and ultrasound interchangeably and it is widely believed they are synonymous. You’ve likely heard your doctor or a television personality order a sonogram or an ultrasound.
So then what is the difference between an ultrasound and a sonogram?
At Baby in Sight 3D we offer 3D/4D ultrasound of the unborn baby and as well, the latest and greatest in 3D imaging, called HD Live. We also offer 2D black and white ultrasounds if preferred.
An ultrasound is really the utilization of sound waves to view, in our case, the unborn baby in utero. System software converts the standard 2D black and white image into a 3D/4D or HD Live volume image so the baby can be seen in a 3D dimensional format and features visualized with unparalleled clarity. This is accomplished by guiding a handheld wand, which is coated with a hypoallergenic water-based gel over the belly of Mom. The ultrasound machine we use in house is a new, state-of-the-art system called the GE Voluson E8. It collects the data and transforms it into a 2D, 3D/4Dor HD Live image of the baby. It does NOT use radiation and it completely non-invasive.
Now that we’ve addressed what an ultrasound is, how does that differ from a sonogram? A sonogram is simply the resulting ultrasound image produced by the ultrasound machine. In our case those sonogram images can be in 2D, 3D or HD Live.
Scheduling an ultrasound with Baby in Sight 3D is easy. Simply give us a call, send us an email or request an appointment online and we will get you set up. No doctor’s referral is required. So book an appointment with us today for a 3d sonogram of your baby!
We are located in the GTA, in Markham, Ontario just a quick drive from downtown Toronto. We are easily accessible from hwy 407 and are close to Scarborough, Richmond Hill, Vaughan, North York, Whitby, Pickering and Ajax.