3D Mammography

Early Detection is Still the Best Defense

We offer the latest in breast tomosynthesis (3D mammography), which enables us to capture multiple pictures of the breast tissue for more accurate, thorough images. It enables us to better detect breast cancer earlier when it’s at its most treatable stage.

3D mammography is particularly important if you have dense breasts because it enables the radiologist to differentiate better between supportive breast tissue and tumors—which both appear white on a traditional, 2D mammogram.

This is why traditional mammograms result in more callbacks for additional tests, as opposed to the more accurate images produced by 3D mammography.

You can receive a 3D mammogram as part of your regular OB-GYN annual exam in.

Because regular breast cancer screenings are so important, we want to make them as convenient as possible for you. That’s why we now offer 3D mammograms in our office so you can take care of all your wellness needs in one visit. We can easily schedule a mammogram on the day of your annual GYN exam in our office.

You only need to book an appointment with us, and we’ll take care of everything else.  Schedule an appointment with us today and see the benefits for female gynecologists in Raleigh who are women providing care to women.

Do you have additional questions regarding mammography and other breast screenings? You can find useful information from the video, on this page.

In addition, you can explore answers to some frequently asked questions from the patient information pages from the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.

Hours of operation
Monday-Thursday: 8:00am-4:30pm
Friday: 8:00am-1:30pm
Emergency After Hours Contact: 919-876-9797

The content of this website is for informational purposes only. It is not intended for use as diagnosis or treatment of a health problem, and should not be used as a substitute for a visit with a health care professional. If you have questions or concerns regarding a health or medical condition, please contact your physician. If you need emergency care, call 911.