Check out the FAQs below to find out more about our ultrasounds!

An elective ultrasound is a keepsake ultrasound to view and bond with the baby before he/she is born. Love at First Sight Ultrasound provides families with an incredible experience to “meet” the new family member through the use of state-of-the-art imaging equipment.
A 2D ultrasound provides essentially a flat outline of the baby’s face, body, and organs. Most people are familiar with 2D ultrasound images as they are the standard technology that has been a part of prenatal medical care for the last 30 years. Images produced are generally not very clear and tend to resemble a simple drawing of the baby. 3D ultrasounds use the same technology but it is applied in a series of directions that produce images capable of showing depth and shadows. 4D ultrasounds are simply 3D ultrasounds with the added dimension of “time.” By taking a number of 3D images in rapid sequence, movement over time is shown and we are able to capture this movement on video.

3D/4D ultrasounds are used with the same type and intensity as conventional 2D ultrasounds used by your doctor. Ultrasounds have become a standard part of pregnancy care over the last 30 years and studies have not been shown to cause adverse effects on the mother or the baby.

Absolutely not. Your doctor’s main concern is the well-being of your baby during pregnancy. Doctors are able to use this tool to diagnose and/or treat medical conditions. Doctors use ultrasounds to check on the baby’s condition and this is an absolutely integral part of your care during pregnancy. This should never replace your doctor visits and we cannot provide services to any client that is not under the care of a physician during pregnancy.
A release form from your doctor is not necessary to have a 3D/4D ultrasound at Love at First Sight. However, we do need you to bring your physician’s contact information including name, address, and phone number. You must, though, be seen by a medical professional for your current pregnancy prior to your ultrasound at Love at First Sight.

No they do not because this is considered elective NOT diagnostic.

You can purchase any package at anytime, but we do recommend you wait until 15-16 weeks for the Gender Sneak Peek. For best results regarding other packages, we recommend anytime after 25-32 weeks.

It can! This does not always mean that your little bundle of joy will be in a position or a mood to guarantee gender determination. If we are unable to determine the baby’s gender due to positioning, we allow you to come back for free!

Drink LOTS of water! Try to really hydrate about 3-7 days before your session. This makes the amniotic fluid more transparent, which allows for better imaging!

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