Schedule a Mammography

A screening mammogram is an x-ray exam of the breast on a woman who has no symptoms. The goal of a screening mammogram is to find cancer when it is still too small to be felt by a woman or her doctor. Finding small breast cancers early with a screening mammogram greatly improves a woman’s chance for successful treatment. Click here to request a mammography appointment.

Digital Mammography with Computer-Assisted Diagnosis

We are proud to offer 3D Tomosynthesis – a new dimension in breast imaging! All of our mammography units are capable of performing digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT), or 3D digital mammography. The most accurate form of mammography available, DBT creates detailed 3D images of the breast and enhances clinical performance in several ways:

  • Better Visualization – Clearer imagery means Radiologists can better see the size, shape, and location of detected abnormalities.
  • Earlier Detection – By minimizing the effect of overlapping breast tissue, 3D mammography can help improve breast cancer detection.
  • Fewer Callbacks – 3D mammography helps distinguish harmless abnormalities from real cancers, leading to fewer repeat exams and less anxiety for women.

Digital mammography reduces x-ray exposure and can improve cancer detection. We have routinely used this technology for many years. Digital mammography captures images instantly for immediate viewing on a computer monitor. Through computer-assisted diagnosis, the radiologist can zoom in on the digital image and examine small areas of breast tissue in detail. We use computer-assisted diagnosis for all mammograms, an uncompromising approach that yields excellent detection rates that are on par with those of top university hospitals.

Mammography Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

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USPSTF Guidelines

If we don’t find it, we can’t treat it! Women deserve access to mammograms every year beginning at 40, that’s why many U.S. Senators, Congressman, and Physicians have shared their concern of the proposed USPSTF guidelines. Click here to learn more.