How Much Does a 3D Ultrasound Cost?

A 3d/4d ultrasound is different from a 2d ultrasound in many ways.  First, the 2d ultrasound “sees through” the baby layer by layer.  This allows the technician to get a good look at the baby’s organs and determine if there are any health issues the baby may face.  In this way, 2d ultrasounds are better.  However, the picture received from a 2d ultrasound is usually unclear and the physical features of the baby are hard to spot.  A 3d ultrasound takes images of the baby from three different angles, resulting in a 3-dimensional picture.  This picture only shows the surface of the baby, which means the baby’s features can be seen much more clearly.  The 4d part of this ultrasound is simply being able to watch the movement of the baby – this is usually recorded for the mother to take home.

3D Ultrasound by balleyne, on Flickr
3D Ultrasound” (CC BY 2.0) by  balleyne

How much does a 3D ultrasound cost?

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(Remember, choosing only a few of these options will keep you around the $100 mark, and choosing many will put you at about the $300 mark.)

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Difference between 3d and 4d ultrasound

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