3D Ultrasounds

Get a Real-Life Image of Your New Baby

A Glimpse of Your New Baby!

It wasn’t too long ago when expecting parents would have ultrasound images attached to their fridge that give minimal details on their new baby. Depending on the timing of the ultrasound, it may even be hard to see what’s going on at all in the image. But with today’s modern technology, it’s now easier than ever to get a detailed image of your baby well before the big delivery day. At Kicks and Giggles, we offer 3D ultrasound imaging in a comfortable and welcoming environment with highly trained and experienced ultrasound technicians. If you can’t wait to learn your baby’s features, schedule your 3D or 4D ultrasound today!

LITTLE PEEK

$39

  • 15-20 Min 2D Ultrasound

  • Listen to Your Baby’s Heartbeat

  • Printed B & W Images

  • 1 Heartbeat Chip With Baby's Heartbeat Recorded

       (Heartbeat animal available at extra cost)

GENDER VIEW

$59

  • 5-10 Min 2DHUltrasound

  • Gender Determination (Starting at 16 Weeks)

  • Listen to Your Baby’s Heartbeat

  • Printed B & W Images

Benefits of 3D Ultrasounds

  • Get a Glimpse of Your New Baby

  • Monitor the Size of the Baby

  • Evaluate the Baby’s Movements

  • Diagnose Anomalies, Such as Cleft Lip or Spinal Cord Issues

  • Measure Baby’s Major Organs

  • Assess Amniotic Fluid

3D Ultrasounds

Time seems to go by so quickly, but when you’re waiting to meet your new baby, nine months, or 40 weeks, it can seem to take forever. Expecting mothers typically have their first ultrasound done early on in the pregnancy, but because the baby is so small at this point, there isn’t a lot to actually see.

The team at Kicks and Giggles recommends that 3D ultrasounds be completed between 16 and 26 weeks, or between four and six months. This will give our technicians an opportunity to get the most ideal image of your baby for you to attach to your fridge! However, these images can be completed as late as 32 or beyond, there is just not as much space for the baby to move around in, making it more challenging.

What Are 3D Ultrasounds?
Just like a 2D ultrasound, which uses sound waves to capture details of your baby’s body and face, a 3D ultrasound captures images from a variety of angles and creates a composite image, forming a 3D picture. With images from various angles, the resulting image provides a clearer picture and a more realistic representation. While parents love being able to see what features the baby has, physicians can also use the ultrasound to identify any facial abnormalities.

If you can’t wait to see what your baby looks like, schedule your 3D ultrasound with Kicks and Giggles in Orem, Utah. Greg and Kasey Smith look forward to being a part of this special moment.