4D Baby Scan

A 4D baby scan is an advanced scan that is similar to a 3D scan in that it shows moving 3D images of your baby. A 4D scan lets us look at life-size images so that we can see what the baby looks like. It allows us to look at the shape of the baby as well as his/her features. The best time to have a 4D scan is between 27 weeks and 32 weeks. The reason why it is best to have a scan after 27 weeks is that by this time in your pregnancy, the baby’s features will have developed. A 4d scan is available for anyone pregnant within the timings given above. You do not need a referral from your midwife. Although it is best to have the scan itself around the later weeks as this means that you will be able to see more of the baby’s facial features and who she/he looks like. There are a few factors that may influence the overall quality of the images that would come from a 4D scan

  • Placenta location
  • Baby’s position
  • Amniotic fluid

4D baby scans are best for seeing the proper structure of your newborn baby. Here’s more about 4d scans as they are performed by our specialist and hence we are very good at 4d Scans so try bump2baby scans today. If you want to have a look over what your baby looks like before they are born, then a 4D scan is for you. We offer 4D scans in the bump2baby clinic and for 4D structure making you visible to your baby hence we recommend having this scan. Have a great baby scan experience, watching your baby move in real-time with one of our detailed 4D scans at Bump2Baby Scans.

Silver 4D HD Live Package

From 14 Weeks - £99

Gold 4D HD Live Package

From 14 Weeks - £120

Add-ons and Extras

Reassurance Scans

Get a reassurance scan done in the from 7 weeks of pregnancy for peace of mind.

NIPT Tests

We offer a thorough NIPT (Non-Invasive Prenatal Screening) Blood Test from 9 weeks.


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