Summer HD Live Scan Offer


Available from 12+ weeks (optimum time is 26-32 weeks)

Book scan


A magical opportunity using the latest technology to meet and bond with your unborn miracle, sharing with friends and family. Our HD Live Scan can be taken anytime from 12+ weeks.
The is an abdominal scan. An improvement on 3D imaging using state of the art technology to create skin tones, shadows and clearer images – HD Live. The best time to attend is usually between 26-32 weeks of pregnancy. Although anytime before your baby’s head is engaged in the pelvis is suitable.
Whats included:

  • Available from 12+ weeks (optimum time is 26-32 weeks)
  • Latest amazing HD Live technology
  • Allow 45 mins for appointment
  • 10 mins scan time
  • Visualise heartbeat & wellbeing
  • Giant viewing screens
  • x1 colour print
  • x1 Small heartbeat bear with heartbeat recording
  • Digital transfer of all images & movies from the scan
  • FREE Re-scan if required
  • Value bundles to add on the dayFull bladder required: No
    When paying for a scan please be mindful that you are paying for appointment time with a Sonographer, not for perfect images. Sadly we cannot guarantee perfect images if your baby does not wish to be seen. We will offer a free re-scan if appropriate where possible to ensure we try our hardest to provide the best images we can.Drinking well in the weeks before your scan can really help the clarity of your images and ensure you and baby are well hydrated.


Comparison of scan types.

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Corona Update 4/8/2020

We are open and adopting safety measures throughout our studios. We ask that you only bring up to 2 people to the scan with you from the same household if possible. Your party can not exceed 3 in total. On arriving at the studio you will be asked to sanitise your hands.

Can all ladies being scanned wear a mask to protect our sonographers as well as yourself. Everyone else will be expected to wear masks as per government guidelines.

NB: this is subject to change. Keep safe xx