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The difference between 3D and 4D Ultrasound

Pregnant woman holds ultrasound photo on the belly in bed

So, a 3D ultrasound is a still image of your baby instead of a flat, blurry outline of your child which is common with the traditional 2D ultrasounds, you instead receive a more developed version of what your child actually looks like. This allows you and your family the chance to enjoy seeing your baby for the first time. For …