Silver 4D Scan

Silver package Babyskan 4D Scan

Purpose of the scan: Bonding, Reassurance and foetal well being, available from 24 – 30  weeks gestation ( 21 – 24 weeks for multiple pregnancy).

Silver 4D package 30 minute appointment includes

  • Baby skan fetal well-being check list
  • Growth measurements
  • Sexing of the baby if requested
  • 4D Scan, DVD and CD-Rom with a gallery of pictures.
  • 6x Black and White prints.

We do require a £30 non-refundable  deposit on all scans and this will secure your appointment with us. Please arrive 10 minutes before your appointment to read through a form  and  sign.
Single Pregnancy: £140.00 – Twins: £160.00

4D Scan Packages Information

The Baby skan is one of the most experienced providers in the UK of the 4D bonding scan. All our scans include a foetal well – being check, are medically approved and provide follow – up opportunity via phone and email. For you, this means that our 4D service is both affordable and safe, which ever of our scans you choose, you can be sure babyskan 4D is professional, reassuring and complete.If baby is in the wrong position then you will be invited back for another scan to try again however if baby is still in a bad position on the second scan then we do keep the deposit.

With the expertise of our baby skan sonographers we have captured many precious moving images including waving, yawning, smiling, kicking, arm stretches, eyes opening and sleeping. However, please remember our sonographers can only show you what your baby is doing at the time of the scan.

What does the 4D image depend on?

  • your baby’s postion
  • position in the placenta
  • Amount of amniotic fluid around your baby
  • Size of the mum to be

Please remember our sonographers can only show you what your baby is doing at the time of the scan and we are unable to actually make your baby do something they don’t want to do.

Please be aware With all our 4D scans the optimal time is between 24 – 28 weeks of pregnancy. If you choose to come over 30 weeks there is a possibility that we may not get a clear 4D image as baby is to big and there is less fluid.