Our Frequently Asked Questions - FAQ

Read our most frequently asked questions related to 3D/4D Ultrasound baby scans or ultrasound equipment including Medical Sonographer.

Our Frequently Asked Questions

Why should I choose Baby Glimpse 3D/4D ultrasound?

With over 11,000 FB likes and countless fantastic reviews, we are Sydney's most popular and trusted expert in 3D/4D ultrasound and early gender scan. Our fully qualified sonographers' expertise is unparalleled, using the latest technology our photos are second to none.

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When can I have a 3D/4D ultrasound?

We do gender scans from 13 weeks, the best time for face photos is around 30 weeks. If you're anxious to see your baby, we offer reassurance scans from 8 wks. We often scan mums as late as 38 weeks with great facial photos.

Will I get to see my baby's face very clearly on 3D/4D ultrasound?

For babies younger than 23 weeks the face won't be clear on 3D/4D ultrasound. For older babies we absolutely do our best to get the best photos, just look at our gallery and FB page, however the clarity depends on baby size and position, placenta location and amniotic fluid level, these are out of our control therefore individual results will vary. Your 3D/4D ultrasound photos are as unique as you and your baby!

What if I cannot see my baby's face at all?

If bub is stubborn, you'll be asked to walk around have a cold drink, you will be rescanned or rebooked depending on the sonographer's assessment. On extremely rare occasions, despite all our endeavours, we cannot see baby's face at all. In these cases no payment is required.

Is 3D/4D ultrasound safe?

3D/4D ultrasound uses the same machine as a normal ultrasound, but a special computer program allows us to see the baby differently. Ultrasound has been in use for decades with no known side effects.

Do I need a Doctor's referral or can I get health fund rebates?

No referrals needed or health fund rebate is applicable as our 3D/4D ultrasound service and images are NOT for medical or diagnostic purposes. It is the patient's responsibility to ensure all medical scans are carried out.