As a long-time provider of comprehensive MRI, CAT scan, and other medical imaging services, Preferred imaging is your trusted choice when you and your doctor need any type of image to further your medical care. With 24 locations in three different states, our team is able to provide a full range of medical imaging methods including:
- Breast MR Mammography
- High-Speed CT
- PET Mammography
- Interventional Radiology
- Conventional X-Ray
Preferred imaging offers state-of-the-art diagnostic imaging for referring physicians. We focus on the patient experience, and our centers reflect that. From our compassionate staff to the intricate murals painted in our MRI and CT Scanning rooms, we go to great lengths to put our patients at ease.
When requested, we are happy to provide a CD of your images to you and your doctor. We offer a portal for your doctor to view your images online. Our turnaround time is typically 24-48 hours, giving your doctor the scans and radiologist impressions they ordered to help them come to a diagnosis quickly.
Sandra O'Neal Institute, our women’s imaging division, is changing the perception of diagnostic testing through excellence in breast MRI, PEM (Positron Emission Mammography), ultrasounds and biopsies. Sandra O'Neal Institute is on a mission to be the preferred provider for women and is committed to advancing the fight against breast cancer.
In addition to our ICANL accredited PEM facility, Sandra O'Neal Institute has partnered with Preferred imaging’s nine ACR accredited facilities to accommodate patients from all corners of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex as well as our newest Amarillo site in the Texas panhandle. Each center utilizes a state-of-the-art 1.5 high-field magnet with a specialized breast coil to ensure the highest quality care while screening, monitoring, and treating breast cancer.
2D / 4D Ultrasound
For all expectant parents and family, we offer 4D ultrasounds to see your baby in live 4D motion. Whether it’s a yawn, a stretch, or the beating of your baby’s heart, 4D ultrasound will enable you to take a peek at your baby’s first movements inside the womb. This amazing technology allows you to see what your baby will look like before he or she is born.
When is the best time for a 4D Ultrasound?
The optimal timing for a scan is between 18 and 34 weeks. Many women choose to come in two or more times to see the various development stages of their baby.
Occasionally, we encounter a camera-shy baby due to gestational age, fetal position, amount of amniotic fluid, or the mother’s condition. We promise to make every possible effort, under all circumstances, to provide the best images of your baby, even when that means a return visit.
4D Ultrasound Location
Preferred Imaging Rowlett
8405 Lakeview Parkway, Suite 220
Rowlett, TX 75088
4D Ultrasound Pricing
Preferred imaging has established low rates that allow expecting mothers to take advantage of this amazing technology.
All packages include:
- Unsurpassed Clarity
- 2D and 4D Ultrasound Session on DVD
- Black and White Still Pictures
- Images Burned to CD
- Gender Determination (If Desired)
- A Special Gift for Your Baby from Preferred imaging
Silver Package (18-25 weeks) – $99
Perfect for parents who wish to capture early movements, view the baby’s whole body, and determine gender! This package is recommended for mothers expecting multiples.
Gold Package (26-34 weeks) – $149
Capture extraordinary 3D and 4D images of your baby’s facial features and to see how much your baby has grown.
Platinum Package (Two visits) – $223
Our Platinum Package provides you with the best opportunity to capture images of your child throughout your pregnancy. With this package, you receive two ultrasound sessions: the first between 18-23 weeks and the second between 26-34 weeks. This package gives you the benefit of the Silver and Gold packages at a $25 discount.
Disclaimer for “Entertainment” Ultrasounds
This examination, while extremely beneficial, is NOT a medical diagnostic ultrasound. No measurements of the baby will be taken. No evaluation of the baby’s or mother’s anatomy for abnormalities will be performed. This ultrasound is in no way meant to replace any ultrasound that your obstetrical health care provider would request during the course of your prenatal care. A valid referral from a medical doctor is required for any ultrasound performed.