How to get the
BEST ultrasound!

Meet Your Expectations

Words can’t describe the feeling of when you see your baby for the first time. That is why it’s so important to know how to get the best image of your little one before your visit at Sneak A Peek Ultrasound!

Before After

The Placenta Location

The placenta is attached to the uterine wall either in the front (anterior placenta), in the back (posterior placenta) or sometimes at the top (fundal).

Depending on the location of your placenta, it can determine how early you can come in to receive a 3D/4D or 5D ultrasound.

We can locate the position of the placenta on a gender scan and inform you of the best time to schedule your appointment.

Drink Plenty of Fluids

Everyone wants great images, but sometimes moms don’t realize that you have to drink your physician’s daily recommendation of water consumption to achieve good, vivid images. 

To obtain quality 3D/4D or 5D ultrasound images, our waves will travel through amniotic fluid that will come from fluids you drink.

We ask our mothers to drink plenty of fluids the week before their scheduled ultrasound. 

Eat Before Your Appointment

Try to have something light to eat (sandwich, salad, small bowl of pasta, etc.) about 45 minutes to an hour before your appointment. This will get the baby a little more active.

Experienced & Quality Machines

At Sneak A Peek, we offer the latest cutting-edge technology and high-definition ultrasound imaging.

Our ultrasound techs have participated in extensive, professional training to capture quality images of your little one.

We are dedicated to ensuring we provide the best imaging for ALL of our clients!

Sneak A Peek Redo

If your baby doesn't cooperate for the best images, we offer a second opportunity, free of charge, to try again. We do all we can to get the best pictures possible!

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