Book at Our Hialeah-Service Based Pregnancy Ultrasound Center

Routine ultrasounds are a power tool during pregnancy, but we take things a step further at Momentos 3D/4D Ultrasound. Our ultrasound center services Hialeah and offers 3D ultrasounds and 4D ultrasounds to help you bond with your baby and get to know them before their arrival. Our baby ultrasound center offers several fetal ultrasound packages to allow you to see and interact with your baby before birth. You will not find a more fantastic experience at a pregnancy ultrasound center that services Hialeah. All our ultrasounds are completed by qualified professionals who have the training and expertise to provide safe ultrasound services that help you connect with your baby. It is our goal to give parents lifelong memories that make them more excited to meet their child. With diagnostic and memento ultrasounds, you will get a peek at the little person you are going to raise for an unforgettable experience.

People Often Ask:

When is the best time to get a 3D ultrasound?

The best time to get astounding views of your baby is between 24 and 28 weeks. By 33 weeks, the baby has descended to prepare for delivery, so views are more challenging.

At what week can you get a 3D ultrasound?

You can get a 3D ultrasound at any time, but if you are interested in pictures like you see in magazines, we recommend between 24 and 28 weeks.

How early can you find out the gender of the baby with a 3D ultrasound?

3D ultrasounds are more effective at determining gender earlier than traditional ultrasounds. Depending on the baby’s position, we can detect gender as early as 11 to 14 weeks.

What month is best for a 4D ultrasound?

The ideal window for a 4D ultrasound is around the 6th or 7th month to give you a clear view of your baby before they descend to prepare for birth.

Is a 4D ultrasound safe for the baby?

A 4D ultrasound does not use radiation like an x-ray would, making it perfectly safe for your baby. While you should avoid frequent ultrasounds due to heat exposure, a memento scan or two will not harm the baby.