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Digital Mammography

A mammogram is an X-ray of the breasts. It can be used as an exam to detect breast cancer, for other diagnosis purposes or to investigate symptoms or unusual findings in other imaging tests.

The American Cancer Society currently recommends that woman age 40 and older have an annual screening mammogram even if no symptoms are present.


No food or liquid restrictions.

Do not use deodorant or under your arms prior to your exam.

If you have had a prior screening exam you would need to bring the images and report of the prior study.

Our trained staff will guide you through every step of the process.

Exams performed:

  • 2D-3D mammogram

  • Screening

  • Diagnostic

  • Spot Compression


A certified radiologist will review and analyze the images. He will then submit a detailed report that will be sent to your physician. Once your physician has reviewed the report, they will follow up with you to discuss the findings and next steps.