3D Ultrasound from Dr. Jill Gibson in Covington, LA

3D Ultrasound imaging  of  baby  in  womens  bellyAround 20 weeks of gestation, Mom, Dad, and doctor are all eager to get a glimpse of the baby. For the doctor, anatomy and certain growth factors are key for what is scanned for in an image. For Mom and Dad, besides baby having 10 fingers and 10 toes, anatomy may not be as interesting as the big cheeks, tiny fingernails, and other features. With traditional ultrasound, you may not have enough clarity to see all those details. Dr. Jill Gibson offers a new service using the latest technology so you can get a full picture of your son or daughter.

Benefits of a 3D Ultrasound

Ultrasound is common technology that uses a sonar system to create a picture. It used to be that you had to go through extensive schooling to be able to read an ultrasound, which often looked like a series of gray lines on the page. Thanks to technological advancements, we now have 3D ultrasound equipment.

The new technology allows us to take a series of images of baby and combine them to create a 3D picture. Not only will you see the shape of baby, but the contours and lines that make your child like no other. Instead of a flat photo, you will have a dynamic picture that speaks to the miracle you have created.

Planning To Meet Baby

Planning to see the baby for the first time is an exciting event. For many couples, this is the time when they find out if it is a boy or girl. With the special 3D ultrasound service you can meet baby, see his or her chubby cheeks and get a glimpse of the little person that they are about to become.

At the offices of Dr. Jill Gibson, we strive to ensure a happy and healthy pregnancy for our clients. With a strong background in obstetrics and gynecology, Dr. Gibson brings her Louisiana charm to her office in Covington, LA. From prenatal planning to care for the pelvic floor after the baby is born, her team offers the services that are right for you and your family. Contact our team to schedule an appointment today!