3D ultrasound takes a series of 2D images and assembles them to give a 3D computerized image of the scan. 4D takes this process further. It takes a series of scans and puts them together to show these images in a cinematic fashion. The fourth dimension is time.
- Is elective ultrasound covered by insurance?
- Are you able to tell us the gender of the baby?
- May we bring our family and friends?
- How far along in my pregnancy should I be to have a 3D / 4D ultrasound?
- Is it safe? Are there any risks to me or my baby?
- What is an elective prenatal ultrasound?
- Will I always get a great picture of my baby?