Baby Faces 3D/4D Ultrasound comes to the High Country!

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Expecting a baby or know someone who is? Imagine actually being able to “see” what the baby looks like before it is born!   Baby Faces 3D/4D ultrasound will allow expectant parents to do just that!  A dear friend of mine who lives in Georgia had a 3D/4D ultrasound there, and it was amazing!3d_face

Baby Faces is located at Harmony, Center for Women’s Health & Vitality, on Doctor’s Drive in Boone. The Mom Squad is proud to have Harmony Center as one of our amazing sponsors!  Harmony is part of Appalachian Regional Medical Associates. Expectant moms wishing to obtain a 3D/4D ultrasound do not have to be a patient of Harmony or Dr. Beverly Womack.

Baby Faces 3D/4D ultrasound is not a medical, diagnostic procedure and is completely voluntary and available to any pregnant woman. However, a pregnant woman must be under the care of a healthcare provider for her prenatal care and must have already had a medical, diagnostic ultrasound prior to having a Baby Faces 3D/4D ultrasound.

A 3D/4D ultrasound is performed similarly to the traditional 2D ultrasound, but the 3D/4D technology enhances the picture quality and adds color and movement to the ultrasound. The optimal time to obtain a 3D/4D ultrasound is 28-32 weeks gestation. Images can vary depending on the position of the baby, amount of fluid present, baby’s gestational age, position, and mother’s condition.
The Baby Faces 3D/4D ultrasound package includes a 30 minute ultrasound session, 5 black and white prints of your baby, 5 color prints of your baby and a DVD set to music of the ultrasound session. Family and friends are welcome to join the expectant parents for the session.

For more information about Baby Faces 3D/4D, call (828) 268-8970 or visit www.apprhs.org/babyfaces.

About Sarah


Sarah Pinnix is a blogger, vlogger, new media marketing coach, and mom of three. Sarah began blogging in 2007 with Family Life & Faith blog Real Life Blog. She lives near Boone and works a social media specialist for a Non-Profit.


Comments

  1. Sarah, That is great news. That is so virtual!