In most cases, you will. Sometimes babies are not in the mood to be photographed, and we can have a difficult time getting clear images of their face. If this happens, we will ask you to roll to either side, or get up and walk around. Most of the time, the baby will change his […]
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We recommend that you call to schedule your Pink-A-Blue as soon as you decide this is something you are interested in doing. Our schedule for Saturdays and evenings fills up several weeks in advance, so you will need to schedule very early. If you want an appointment Monday through Friday during the daytime you should […]
4D ultrasound can be preformed at any point in pregnancy. You are welcome to have your Pink-A-Blue as early as 12 weeks however the baby’s appearance is a bit skeletal until about 24 weeks. By 27 weeks babies get much chunkier and you will be able to clearly make out any facial features. We have […]
Pink-A-Blue is open Monday through Saturday, and we also offer late night appointments on Fridays. We do work by appointment only, so you will need to schedule prior to receiving your Pink-A-Blue.
The key to safety is the qualifications of the sonographers performing the exam. Not all 4D/HDLive facilities have Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographers. At Pink-A-Blue Ultrasound we hire only ARMDS registered sonographers, to ensure you and your unborn child the safest exam possible. Furthermore extensive studies over the past 30 years have found that ultrasound has […]
No! Absolutely not. Please remember that your Pink-A-Blue Ultrasound will be a completely elective, non-diagnostic exam, and should in no way be used in place of your physician’s diagnostic exam. A 4D Ultrasound should be considered both entertainment and a wonderful bonding experience. With that being said, if anything abnormal is observed during your Pink-A-Blue, […]
No, Pink-A-Blue does not have an OB/GYN on staff. We are an elective freestanding 4D facility. We are not located in a Dr’s office. Our environment is everything but clinical. We have been in business since 2007 and have observed abnormalities on many babies unfortunately. Our policy is to alert your personal OB/GYN immediately if […]
No. Currently insurance does not cover that cost of 3D or 4D ultrasound. Having a 4d ultrasound is a completely elective service, and should not take the place of your physician’s diagnostic ultrasound. Payment will be required at the time of service, however Pink-A-Blue ALWAYS has the most affordable packages.
Good Question! First of all you need to understand that being Medically Certified means that the technician went to Diagnostic Medical Sonography school and has obtained a Certification allowing them to perform ultrasounds of any kind. In order to work in a Hospital or Doctor office an Ultrasound Technician must be have completed Sonography School. […]
Your Pink-A-Blue will always be preformed by a medically trained ultrasound technician! Our full time tech CJ Jocham, is a RDMS sonographer in OB/GYN. CJ has a BS in Community Health from Florida State and a BS in Diagnostic Medical Sonography from the American College of Medical Careers. CJ underwent extensive training in 4D and […]