4d-scan.co.uk aids expectant mothers
A new website being developed by ASAP has been launched to help mothers-to-be gather information on the benefits of 4d baby scans. 3-D scans are becoming increasingly popular as an alternative to the traditional 2-D scans. New 4d scan technology is a complement to the 3-D full baby imaging.
A 4d scan allows expectant mothers to view moving images of their unborn child. Using 3-D technology, the 4d baby scan depicts the baby as it moves fluidly in the womb. The technology allows expectant mothers to see the child in its entirety prior to the birth.
4d-scan.co.uk offers a host of helpful information on the new technology. The recommended time for a 4d scan is during the 26-30 weeks period. Images before 26 weeks will not appear in full since the baby’s skin has not fully developed. However, past 30 weeks, the baby’s head may have dropped down, obscuring the face from the scan.
2-D scans are still commonly used as their x-ray nature provides sound medical reports as to the baby’s condition. However, 3-D and 4-D scans are becoming popular complements, particularly for expectant parents that want to view their unborn child in a more natural manner.
4d-scan.co.uk offers comprehensive insight about these newest technologies in a convenient format. This new ASAP site makes it easy for mothers-to-be to receive up-to-date information so that an informed decision can be reached.