3D and 4D
What is 3D and 4D?

3D scanning uses advanced ultrasound technology to produce imaging in three planes. These can then be reconstructed so that the images appear to be as you would see the structure in real life.

4D scanning adds the extra dimension of time to 3D imaging, so that the 3D image is moving in real time. Note that whilst 3D/4D scanning will usually be attempted during the procedure, it may not always be possible to obtain perfect views. This is usually because the fetus is not in a good position.

Please note that we are a medical practice and do not do scans just for 3D/4D views of the baby

 12 weeks gestation

19 weeks gestation

34 weeks gestation

Spine

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Health Alert

The Government of Western Australia has declared a State of Emergency and a Public Health Emergency. As guided by WA Health, all patients and staff are required to wear a mask whilst in the practice, unless exempt. The situation changes often. Please inquire with us about the relevant steps taken to slow the spread.

Please reschedule your appointment, and DO NOT ENTER our facilities, if you:
Have been in contact with someone who has a confirmed case of Coronavirus COVID-19; OR
Have a fever, coughing, sore throat, shortness of breath, or any cold/flu like symptoms.

If you fit this criteria, please check your symptoms using healthdirect's Coronavirus (COVID-19) Symptom Checker. If you are showing respiratory or flu-like symptoms, telephone your doctor or hospital Emergency Department before presenting yourself. If you are experiencing severe symptoms, call '000' and advise the operator you are in self quarantine because of COVID-19 risk.

Western Ultrasound for Women encourages all to download and activate the SafeWA app to improve contact tracing.

Western Ultrasound is committed to the risk mitigation of Coronavirus COVID-19 as one of our priorities for patient safety and quality of care.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic there may be changes to regular operating hours. We apologise in advance for any inconvenience arising from measures we're taking for the safety of staff and patients.

COVID-19 Health Information Hotline: 1800 020 080 | Department of Health Health Warnings

Updated 27 April 2021