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Got Questions? We’ve Got Answers! Navigate through our comprehensive FAQ section to find all the information you need for a worry-free ultrasound experience at Look At Me 4D Imaging.

General Questions

  • Are family and friends welcome to come to the session?

    Absolutely! We encourage you to bring family members (including siblings) and friends to experience this special time with you.

  • Are ultrasounds safe?

    Yes. Ultrasounds have been used safely in obstetrics for over 35 years. In the many years of ultrasound use in medicine, there has never been a harmful effect shown by its use. According to the FDA, when ultrasound enters the body, it heats the tissue slightly, and the long-term effects of tissue heating are not known.” We feel your health and the health of you and your baby are of the utmost importance. We only use and own machines that meet FDA guidelines.

  • Do I need a note from my doctor?

    No, we do not require a doctor’s note.

    However, we do like that you are receiving prenatal care and will ask for your provider’s name and phone number.

    Again, this is an elective, non-diagnostic ultrasound and CANNOT be substituted for a medically indicated ultrasound through your provider’s office.

    We do not take measurements, screen for malformations, or determine due dates.

  • Do you sell gift cards?

    Yes. Gift cards make a wonderful present for any mother (or father) to be.

  • Does insurance cover the cost of my elective ultrasound?

    No. Insurance does not cover elective ultrasounds. We do accept most major credit cards, cash, and debit cards.

  • How can I contact you?

    Please contact us with any questions, comments, or concerns.

    You can call or text (225) 435-9749 or send an email to at any time.

  • Should I make an appointment?

    Yes. All of our sessions are scheduled by appointment only. Please see our scheduling page for a list of our current services and hours. Call or text us for same-day or next-day appointment availability.

  • What does it mean to be a Registered Sonographer?

    A registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer (RDMS) must go through many years of extensive training. They must learn anatomy, physiology, and physics. They are required to take national boards and attend continuing education annually to stay up to date with their credentials.

  • What if my husband/wife doesn't want to learn the baby's gender early?

    Sometimes, people would rather be surprised about their baby’s gender.

    But since you’re on our website, we assume that you do.

    Here are nine tips that you can use to convince your significant other to learn your baby’s gender early.

  • What is a Heartbeat Animal?

    baby heartbeat stuffed animalheartbeat animal is such a special keepsake of your pregnancy.

    We record the sound of your baby’s heartbeat onto a sound module and place it inside of a plush animal of your choice: a wonderful keepsake and a gift idea.