3D 4D Ultrasound in BABY SONOSHOW

About 3D Ultrasound & 4D ultrasound

 

  • 3D Ultrasound is a useful technique that is utilized to see the unborn baby’s face and body in the womb during the second and third trimesters of pregnancy.
  • 4D ultrasound is the latest technique that is used to see the baby’s movements inside the womb.
  • In general, ultrasound is the same as sound waves but the frequency of sound waves in ultrasound is much more than what we can hear.
  • Ultrasound has been used for diagnostic purposes in many diseases since the mid-1950s.
  • Long-term studies have shown that ultrasound is a safe way for evaluation in pregnancy without any disadvantage.
  • In Medicine, the standard method of ultrasound is a 2-dimensional (2D) ultrasound, but it creates flat, gray images that need expert interpretation. 
  • Baby’s Gender can be revealed by 2D ultrasound in pregnancy but if the baby is large enough and in a good position,  you can see the baby’s genitalia by 3d ultrasound as well as 4d ultrasound.
  • 3D ultrasound (three-dimensional) is basically the same as 2D ultrasound but in 3D ultrasound, the waves are sent at different angles and then the echoes are processed in a complex and more advanced machine to produce three-dimensional images.
  • The contrary of some rumors that are circulating against 3D 4D ultrasound, it does not expose the baby to more hazardous effects like heat than 2D ultrasound.
  • The quality of images and videos that are produced in 3D 4D ultrasound depends on the position of the baby and placenta, the amount of amniotic fluid around the baby, the mother’s body build, the technician and the ultrasound machine.

3D ULTRASOUND & 4D ultrasound

  • 3D Ultrasound is a useful technique that is utilized to see the unborn baby’s face and body in the womb during the second and third trimesters of pregnancy.
  • 4D ultrasound is the latest technique that is used to see the baby’s movements inside the womb
  • In general, ultrasound is the same as sound waves but the frequency of sound waves in ultrasound is much more than what we can hear.
  • Ultrasound has been used for diagnostic purposes in many diseases since the mid-1950s.
  • Long-term studies have shown that ultrasound is a safe way of evaluation in pregnancy without any disadvantage.
  • In medicine, the standard method of ultrasound is a 2-dimensional (2D) ultrasound, but it just creates flat, gray images that need expert interpretation.
  • Baby’s Gender can be revealed by 2D ultrasound in pregnancy but if the baby is large enough and in a good position,  you can see the baby’s genitalia by 3d and 4d ultrasound as well.
  • 3D ultrasound (three-dimensional) is basically the same as 2D ultrasound but in 3D ultrasound, the waves are sent at different angles and then the echoes are processed in a complex and more advanced machine to produce three-dimensional images.
  • The contrary of some rumors that are circulating against 3D ultrasound, this technique does not expose the baby to more hazardous effects like heat than 2D ultrasound
  • The quality of images and videos that are produced in 3D 4D ultrasound depends on the position of the baby and the placenta, the amount of amniotic fluid around the baby, the mother’s body build, the technician and the ultrasound machine.

Baby SonoShow 3D 4D Ultrasound

  • In Baby SonoShow, our high-tech, latest version ultrasound machine can develop all types of images and videos from your baby in the womb. They include 2D and 3D images and 4D videos with and without Realistic view, as per your request. We can save the images and videos of your baby in CDs, DVDs, and USBs and help you share these moments with your family and friends.
  • The images and videos captured by our ultrasound machine equipped with the “realistic view option (also known as “HD Live) present higher resolution, more details & depth and more natural appearance. please see our Gallery  
  • We can reveal your baby’s gender after 13 weeks of pregnancy and help you get ready for your unborn baby. Your baby’s heartbeat can also be detected after 6 weeks of pregnancy and be recorded in Heartbeat Bears. To learn more about our services, click here   
  • In our center, Our expert ARDMS-certified ultrasonographer, who is an international medical graduate specialist (Obstetrician & Gynecologist) will scan you. She has strong knowledge and experience in 2D, 3D, and 4D ultrasound imaging as well as long-standing work history in the field of Obstetrics and Gynecology. The ARDMS (American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography) is a world-famous credible organization that administers examinations and awards credentials in areas of ultrasound.
  • Our caring staff can guarantee to create an extraordinary experience and unforgettable moments for you while watching your baby’s face and movements for the first time in Baby SonoShow.
  • We are quite flexible in terms of time and availability. You don’t need to wait for a long time to make an appointment. We can accommodate your schedule and even can book your appointment for the weekends.
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Let your children enjoy the existence of the newcomer.

Baby SonoShow 3D 4D Ultrasound

  • In Baby SonoShow, our high-tech, latest version ultrasound machine can develop all types of images and videos from your baby in the womb. They include 2D and 3D images and 4D videos with and without Realistic view, as per your request. We can save the images and videos of your baby in CDs, DVDs, and USBs and help you share these moments with your family and friends.
  • We can do a gender reveal after 13 weeks of pregnancy and help you get ready for your unborn baby. Your baby’s heartbeat can also be detected after 6 weeks of pregnancy and be recorded in Heartbeat Bears.o learn more about our services, click here  
  • In our center, our expert ARDMS-certified ultrasonographer, who is an international medical graduate specialist (Obstetrician & Gynecologist) will scan you. She has strong knowledge and experience in 2D, 3D, and 4D ultrasound imaging as well as long-standing work history in the field of Obstetrics and Gynecology. The ARDMS (American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography) is a world-famous credible organization that administers examinations and awards credentials in areas of ultrasound.
  • Our caring staff can guarantee to create an extraordinary experience and unforgettable moments for you while watching your baby’s face and movements for the first time in Baby SonoShow.
  • We are quite flexible in terms of time and availability. You don’t need to wait for a long time to make an appointment. We can accommodate your schedule and even can book your appointment for the weekends.
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If you like to learn more:

General Information

Ultrasound(also known as Sonogram, Sonography or ultrasonography) has been used for medical diagnostic purposes since the mid-1950s. Technically ultrasound is the same as sound waves but the frequency of its waves is much more than the audible sound. A transducer probe transmits the high-frequency sound waves through the abdominal wall and the uterus to the fetus baby). Then the waves bounce off the baby and return back to the ultrasound machine. Finally, the machine converts the bounced waves to 2- Dimensional (2D) or 3D images (3-Dimensional) that are much more realistic. This gives us the opportunity to use 3D ultrasound to see our babies inside the womb.

Ultrasound Safety

Long-term studies have shown that ultrasound, in general, is a safe modality for the diagnosis of many diseases without any adverse effect. It is safe for both the pregnant woman and her unborn baby. This is true about 2D ultrasound, 3D ultrasound as well as 4D ultrasound. 3D 4D ultrasound does not expose the baby more than 2D ultrasound to high energy sound waves. It does not cause any extra heat or any more hazardous effect on the baby or the mother. In other words, the amount of energy that is used for 2D, 3D and 4D ultrasound is the same. It is the more advanced processor of the machine that combines the bounced back sound waves that make the baby’s images or videos.

2D ultrasound

In Obstetrics, 2D ultrasound is the standard method for evaluation and diagnosis of pregnancy conditions, but it just creates flat, gray images. Typically, 2D ultrasound is a well-known tool for evaluation of the growth and development of the fetus in the uterus. It is also a helpful mode to diagnose pregnancy abnormalities such as pregnancy in abnormal places (i.e. ectopic) and placental separation (i.e. abruption). Usually performing a 2D ultrasound for medical purposes need a doctors requisition and is covered by health insurance.

Fetal Heartbeat is the first evidence of the baby’s life. We can see the fetal heart at 5.5 weeks of pregnancy by 2D ultrasound probes that are inserted inside the vagina (transvaginal ultrasound). At this stage 3D 4D ultrasound is not usually used to see the baby as they can’t give us more information compared to 2D ultrasound, which gives us black and while flat images and need interpretation by an expert. Around 6 weeks of pregnancy, the baby’s heartbeat can be seen by abdominal ultrasound but the bladder should be full enough otherwise the precision of the images will get less. At this stage, we can see the yolk sac which appears like a white ring and is considered as a source of baby’s food plus a flickering point attached to it which is the fetal heart movements.

Role of Full Bladder

We need a full bladder to see the baby either by 2D, 3D or 4D ultrasound up to 10-12 weeks of pregnancy to remove the bowel loops from ultrasound waves and give us a better image of the fetus. Later on, the baby will be big enough to be seen through an abdominal ultrasound with an empty bladder. Later in pregnancy, if the head is down in the pelvis, we may need a full bladder to raise the head to be seen better.

3D ultrasound as an advanced technology

The first commercial 3D ultrasound came to the market in 1989. From then on, 3D ultrasound machines and probes have been used as a safe measure to diagnose congenital anomalies in babies and mothers. During the last 50 years, no hazard has been seen on humans and animals by ultrasound. 3D 4D ultrasound machines use the same amount of sound energy as conventional 2D ultrasound and do not cause any extra heat or hazardous effect on human or animal, just the machine is more complex and expensive. A licensed and experienced sonographer can monitor every aspect of the study. Unfortunately, some people who are not knowledgeable enough about ultrasound physics and machines circulate rumors about 3d 4D ultrasound which is completely untruthful.

Extra Information Provided by 3D Ultrasound

3D baby ultrasound doesn’t provide us with a flat image. It creates a volume, a three-dimensional image that shows the surface of the baby’s body like face, hands, genitalia, etc. The image that 3D ultrasound creates is much more realistic than a 2D image. 3D ultrasound is used for diagnosis and evaluation of congenital anomalies in heart, kidneys, face, etc as well. During Anatomy Scan is the baby moves too much or if the baby covers the face by the hands and legs, the shadow of the bones can cause suspicion of cleft lip in the baby. In this case, 3D ultrasound can help us evaluate the lips.

The Difference Between Old and New Ultrasound Machines

The old ultrasound machines give us yellow images of the baby’s face and body but recently the newly marketed ultrasound machines provide us with skin color images. They are called HD photos .or in some brands Realistic View. They can also visualize the images by different lights, so, the baby is seen more in detail. Even they can rotate the images and give us a better notion from left, right, up and down the side of the image.

3D ultrasoundRealistic view in 3D ultrasound

The Difference Between 3D and 4D Ultrasound

3 Dimensions of 3D ultrasound are the length, width, and thickness or height, in other words, it creates volume, but in 4D ultrasound, another dimension is added which is time. So, we can see moving images that are the same as videos. The new machines have the ability to save the whole ultrasound sessions from the beginning to the end and also can get short videos from the baby during special moments like when the baby opens the eyes, smiles or yawns. The new ultrasound machines have given us the opportunity to remove the artifacts and the haze in front of the face or any other surface or the body which is more of interest to us. As a result, the images can be more clear and sharper.

The Best Time to do 3D Ultrasound

Many of our clients call to ask this question. Our response is “What is your purpose of doing a 3D ultrasound?” If you want to see the baby’s movements and growth, you can do it any time after 12 weeks of pregnancy. if the baby’s position is appropriate, the baby is facing us and there is a good amount of amniotic fluid around the body part we want to watch, you can see a lot. In case the above-mentioned conditions are not provided maybe we have to wait till 17-18 weeks and even more. In case you like to see chubby cheeks and round face, wait till after 25-26 weeks of pregnancy. As the pregnancy progresses more fat will accumulate in the face and will get more beautiful.

The whole family can enjoy 3D 4D ultrasound.

Learn More

IF YOU LIKE TO LEARN MORE:

General Information

Ultrasound(also known as Sonogram, Sonography or ultrasonography) has been used for medical diagnostic purposes since the mid-1950s. Technically ultrasound is the same as sound waves but the frequency of its waves is much more than the audible sound. A transducer probe transmits the high-frequency sound waves through the abdominal wall and the uterus to the fetus (baby). Then the waves bounce off the baby and return back to the ultrasound machine. Finally, the machine converts the bounced waves to 2- Dimensional (2D) or 3D images (3-Dimensional) that are much more realistic. This gives us the opportunity to use 3D ultrasound to see our babies inside the womb.

Ultrasound Safety

Long-term studies have shown that ultrasound, in general, is a safe modality for the diagnosis of many diseases without any adverse effect. It is safe for both the pregnant woman and her unborn baby. This is true about 2D ultrasound, 3D ultrasound as well as 4D ultrasound. 3D 4D ultrasound does not expose the baby more than 2D ultrasound to high energy sound waves. It does not cause any extra heat or any more hazardous effect on the baby or the mother. In other words, the amount of energy that is used for 2D, 3D and 4D ultrasound is the same. It is the more advanced processor of the machine that combines the bounced back sound waves to make the baby’s images or videos.

2D ultrasound

In Obstetrics, 2D ultrasound is the standard method for evaluation and diagnosis of pregnancy conditions, but it just creates flat, gray images. Typically, 2D ultrasound is a well-known tool for evaluation of the growth and development of the fetus in the uterus. It is also a helpful mode to diagnose pregnancy abnormalities such as pregnancy in abnormal places (i.e. ectopic) and placental separation (i.e. abruption). Usually performing a 2D ultrasound for medical purposes need a doctors requisition and is covered by health insurance.

Fetal Heartbeat is the first evidence of the baby’s life. We can see the fetal heart at 5.5 weeks of pregnancy by 2D ultrasound probes that are inserted inside the vagina (transvaginal ultrasound). At this stage 3D 4D ultrasound is not usually used to see the baby as they can’t give us more information compared to 2D ultrasound, which gives us black and while flat images and need interpretation by an expert. Around 6 weeks of pregnancy, the baby’s heartbeat can be seen by abdominal ultrasound but the bladder should be full enough otherwise the precision of the images will get less. At this stage, we can see the yolk sac which appears like a white ring and is considered as a source of baby’s food plus a flickering point attached to it which is the fetal heart movements.

Role of Full Bladder

We need a full bladder to see the baby either by 2D, 3D or 4D ultrasound up to 10-12 weeks of pregnancy to remove the bowel loops from ultrasound waves and give us a better image of the fetus. Later on, the baby will be big enough to be seen through an abdominal ultrasound with an empty bladder. Later in pregnancy, if the head is down in the pelvis, we may need a full bladder to raise the head to be seen better.

3D ultrasound as an advanced technology

The first commercial 3D ultrasound came to the market in 1989. From then on, 3D ultrasound machines and probes have been used as a safe measure to diagnose congenital anomalies in babies and mothers. During the last 50 years, no hazard has been seen on humans and animals by ultrasound. 3D 4D ultrasound machines use the same amount of sound energy as conventional 2D ultrasound and do not cause any extra heat or hazardous effect on human or animal, just the machine is more complex and expensive. A licensed and experienced sonographer can monitor every aspect of the study. Unfortunately, some people who are not knowledgeable enough about ultrasound physics and machines circulate rumors about 3d 4D ultrasound which is completely untruthful.

Extra Information Provided by 3D Ultrasound

3D baby ultrasound doesn’t provide us with a flat image. It creates a volume, a three-dimensional image that shows the surface of the baby’s body like face, hands, genitalia, etc. The image that 3D ultrasound creates is much more realistic than a 2D image. 3D ultrasound is used for diagnosis and evaluation of congenital anomalies in heart, kidneys, face, etc as well. During Anatomy Scan is the baby moves too much or if the baby covers the face by the hands and legs, the shadow of the bones can cause suspicion of cleft lip in the baby. In this case, 3D ultrasound can help us evaluate the lips.

The Difference Between Old and New Ultrasound Machines

The old ultrasound machines give us yellow images of the baby’s face and body but recently the newly marketed ultrasound machines provide us with skin color images. They are called HD photos .or in some brands Realistic View. They can also visualize the images by different lights, so, the baby is seen more in detail. Even they can rotate the images and give us a better notion from the left, right, up and downside of the image.

3D ultrasoundRealistic view in 3D ultrasound

The Difference Between 3D and 4D Ultrasound

3 Dimensions of 3D ultrasound are the length, width, and thickness or height, in other words, it creates volume, but in 4D ultrasound, another dimension is added which is time. So, we can see moving images that are the same as videos. The new machines have the ability to save the whole ultrasound sessions from the beginning to the end and also can get short videos from the baby during special moments like when the baby opens the eyes, smiles or yawns. The new ultrasound machines have given us the opportunity to remove the artifacts and the haze in front of the face or any other surface or the body which is more of interest to us. As a result, the images can be more clear and sharper.

The Best Time to do 3D Ultrasound

Many of our clients call to ask this question. Our response is “What is your purpose of doing a 3D ultrasound?” If you want to see the baby’s movements and growth, you can do it any time after 12 weeks of pregnancy. if the baby’s position is appropriate, the baby is facing us and there is a good amount of amniotic fluid around the body parts we want to watch, you can see a lot. In case the above-mentioned conditions are not provided maybe we have to wait till 17-18 weeks and even more. In case you like to see chubby cheeks and round face, wait till after 25-26 weeks of pregnancy. As the pregnancy progresses more fat will accumulate in the face and will get more beautiful.

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