Offering the latest technology in breast imaging, 3-D Mammography. This advanced technology provides 50 to 70 layered images of your breast, a regular 2-D mammography only provides one image. Whether you choose a 2-D or 3-D mammography you will only complete one x-ray the increased technology and software create the layered images.
Screening & Diagnosis
A regular screening is recommended for women starting at the age of 40. Your primary care doctor will assess your medical history to determine the frequency of your screenings. Typically you should have a mammography every 1-2 years, but everyone is different based off their medical history.
If you are experiencing breast symptoms, for example a new lump, breast pain or tenderness we will perform a diagnostic mammogram. This requires additional images over the area you are experiencing these symptoms. The type and number of images will vary based on your symptoms and the area of the breast.