What are the differences between the 15-minute and 25-minute ultrasound in 2D / 3D / 4D?
Aside from the duration and the cost of each session, the difference is that the 25-minute session has an insurance policy that guarantees your total satisfaction with the pictures of your baby (i.e. the baby’s little hands were covering her face or are in a bad position) you can come back another day for free.
What if I do the 15-minute session in 2D / 3D / 4D, and I cannot see the baby’s gender?
With the 15-minute 2D / 3D / 4D session, we guarantee that you will know the baby’s gender. If you are not able to get a confirmation of the baby’s gender for any reason during your session, you can come back for another session for free until we’re able to confirm it.
What if I do the 15-minute session in 2D / 3D / 4D, and I cannot see the baby’s face?
If you choose the 15-minute session, and you aren’t able to see your baby or aren’t satisfied with your pictures, you can pay the difference with the 25-minute session, which is $20, and have two more free attempts to return and get better pictures.
How much of my session can I see in 2D, 3D, and 4D?
Here at Pancita’s, we put in our greatest effort for you to enjoy and see your baby in 2D/3D/4D. The time spent in each dimension depends on your baby’s collaboration to be seen. If you are not able to see your baby’s face clearly in 3D / 4D, you can come back another day for free.
What is the difference between the 2D, 3D, and 4D ultrasound?
The 2D ultrasound – It’s the traditional prenatal ultrasound in black and white.
The 3D ultrasound – You can see fixed pictures of the baby in three-dimensional volume images.
The 4D Ultrasound – It provides a three-dimensional image and movement of the baby in real time.
At Pancita’s, you will be able to enjoy a unique experience from meeting your baby and watching their movements and gestures with the highest technology in the market. Ultrasounds have no medical purpose; it is done so your family and you can share an unforgettable experience with your baby, provided by Pancita’s.
What is the “Pancita’s” experience about?
At Pancita’s, we count with modern facilities, designed with a modern spa-style, to care for expectant mothers and their families where they can meet and share with their babies through ultrasound 2D / 3D / 4D sessions.
Can I be accompanied?
At Pancita’s, we believe your most loved ones should always be with you, especially during this exciting experience. Our facilities are designed for you and up to 5 family members to enter the ultrasound room and enjoy this experience in a comfortable way.
Is it risky to get a 2D/3D/4D ultrasound?
Performing a 2D/3D/4D ultrasound during pregnancy does not pose any risks for the mother or baby. Prenatal ultrasound technology is based on sounds and has been in the market for more than 40 years. There haven’t been any complications associated with this test during this time.
Do your specialists have experience in performing 2D/3D/4D ultrasounds?
Pancita’s holds a team of qualified specialists that perform the 2D/3D/4D ultrasounds to ensure that the patient has a pleasant, safe and reliable experience. Our ultrasounds have no medical purpose; it is done so your family and you can share an unforgettable experience with your baby, provided by Pancita’s.
Can you always have a clear image of the baby?
The baby will not always be in the right position to be clearly seen on the ultrasound. Our specialists are responsible for doing everything they can to get the best picture of your baby. However, in case you aren’t able to see the baby, you can get a new appointment completely for free have another opportunity to see your baby in 3D and 4D.
I have +36 weeks. Am I going to be able to see my baby in 3D / 4D?
When you are over 36 weeks of pregnancy, the baby is already big and sometimes is in position for labor, therefore. it gets difficult to see the baby, but it is possible. We have had cases of pregnancy of 39 weeks where we were able to get beautiful pictures.
In this case, we recommend the 25 min 2D/3D/4D ultrasound. That way, if you are not able to see your baby, you will have two more chances to come back for free, so that we can try to get the best pictures possible.
What is the best time to see the baby in 2D, 3D, and 4D?
The best weeks to see it in 3D and 4D is between weeks 26 and 32 of your pregnancy.
What factors influence that I get a good picture?
- Weeks of Pregnancy;
- Mother’s weight;
- Amount of amniotic fluid;
- Weight, position and movements of the baby;
- Thickness of the mother’s skin
What are the hours of operation?
We are open from Monday through Sunday from 10am to 8pm. (Schedule may vary per location).
What payment methods do you accept?
We accept cash, credit card, and debit card. No checks.
Will the specialist be able to tell the baby’s gender?
Yes, we can confirm the baby’s gender after 14 weeks of pregnancy. If we cannot clearly see the baby’s gender, you will be able to come back another day for free so that we can provide a precise diagnostic of your baby’s gender.
When will I receive my photos and video clips?
You will receive your photos and video clips immediately after your appointment.
How can I prepare myself to get better pictures?
If you have less than 13 weeks, you should come with a full bladder (drink 1 or 2 liters of water two hours prior the appointment) and, if possible, eat something sweet (i.e. chocolate bar two hours prior appointment).
What are the benefits of seeing the baby in 2D, 3D, and 4D?
First of all, you will be able to see your baby, including the face and movement. This will give you a lot of mixed emotions, peace of mind and joy. Also, it strengthens the relationship and bond between parents and children. Expecting mothers tend to become careful and follow healthier habits. In general, all participants feel more involved and thrilled about the new family member.
Will this ultrasound replace the one I do with my doctor?
Our ultrasounds have no medical purpose; it is done so your family and you can share an unforgettable experience with your baby, provided by Pancita’s.
Does Pancita’s accept insurance?
Unfortunately, insurance companies do not cover these types of ultrasounds since they are not done for medical purposes, and there are no medical reports given at the end of any session.
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