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    Posted on 01 May 2017 in General

    According to wikipedia Tummy time is a colloquialism used to encourage parents to ensure that their infant children spend time in the prone position while awake and supervised. Placing infants on their stomachs while they are awake has been recommended to offset the motor skills delays associated with the back sleep position but positioning the infant on their stomach while awake will not impact the amount of slow wave sleep since tummy time only occurs when an infant is awake....

    Posted on 01 May 2017 in General

    A game played with a young child, which involves hiding and suddenly reappearing, saying "Peekaboo". This is sometimes how we see the 3D/4D Scan. We use our advanced ultrasound machine to "search" for your baby. Once your baby appears on the monitor and say Peekaboo you will know why we enjoy what we are doing so much.  Seeing the first bonding experience between mother and unborn child is a truly remarkable thing which will be treasured for a lif...

    Posted on 05 Apr 2017 in General

    We are the first 3D/4D studio that offers our services in multiple locations in the Western Cape. We have realised that you as pregnant mommy will more likely go for a 3D/4D ultrasound if it was convenient for you. This is the exact reason why we are trying to offer our services at as many locations as possible in the greater Cape Town area. Currently we have an office in Paarl that is servicing the Wellington, Malmesbury...

    Posted on 05 Apr 2017 in Ultrasound, General

    Unline 2D scans where you see the internal organs and outline of your baby, with 3D and 4D scans, you see your baby's skin. You may see the shape of your baby's mouth and nose, or be able to spot him or her yawning or sticking their tongue out. 3D and 4D scans are considered as safe as 2D scans, because the images are made up of sections of two-dimensional images converted into a picture. The 4D scans are increasingly popular thanks to the incredible l...

    Posted on 05 Apr 2017 in Ultrasound, General

    2D Ultrasound give you outlines and flat looking images, but can be used to see the internal organs of your baby. This is helpful in diagnosing heart defects, issues with the kidneys and other internal issues.  Although qualified sonographers can perform these types of scans it is best left to your Gyneacologist as he or she has the proper training and experience and knows what to look for. These types of scans are usually done during your routine...

    Posted on 05 Apr 2017 in Ultrasound, General

    There is no evidence that ultrasound scans are harmful, if used according to the guidelines ultrasound scans have been used in pregnancy for decades. We ensure that when performing the 4D scans we will follow all the right guidelines to ensure that you and your baby are safe.Having an ultrasound will not affect your baby. Ultrasound sends sound waves through your womb (uterus), which bounce off your baby's body. The echoes are turned into an image on a screen, so that you can see ...