Our 4D scan will not only provide a chance to see your baby in true-to-life 4D but also an opportunity to bond with your little one.
Being pregnant is an exhilarating experience and a special time. A real highlight in the lead-up to the birth is private pregnancy scans; however, having a 4D baby scan provides something quite remarkable, especially since we are one of the few clinics able to perform stunning 4D HD pregnancy scans which provide ultra-realistic images of your baby (see images below).
The Scan Clinic is equipped with the latest high-end 4D ultrasound machines so that you can view your 4D baby scan live on our large HD TVs as it happens. Our 4D scan clinic has been featured on TV and in news publications, including this feature on 4D baby scans at the Huffington Post.
Our qualified 4D pregnancy scan experts provide a wealth of experience and either hold or have held NHS roles. You can also bring your partner or guest with you to your scan to share the unique experience with you. We offer flexible scan appointments, making it easy for you to schedule the scan around your busy life.
At your 4d baby scan, you will get the chance to see your baby’s face and take a sneak peek at its delicate hands and feet. Watch them sleep peacefully, take a big yawn, hiccup or just wriggle around! The 4d pregnancy scan is a phenomenal experience and certainly one we hope that you will remember for a lifetime.
See the difference between a standard 4D pregnancy scan VS our 4D HD baby scan:
Tips when considering a 4D Baby Scan
- Anterior Placenta – If you have an anterior placenta, we suggest having your scan earlier rather than later from 24-28 weeks. After this point, the 4D pregnancy scan may not be as clear.
- Twin pregnancy – we would suggest having this scan between 21-24 weeks – additional charges apply. After this point, the 4D baby scan may not be as clear.
- Fibroids – Fibroids are benign uterus tumours that can grow in pregnancy. They can affect the quality of the scan and images produced.