07 5406 0689 - Sunshine Coast

Sneak Peek Baby Ultrasounds

Where your baby’s safety 

is our priority.

Our baby ultrasound centre offers an amazing bonding experience where you, your chil

Welcome to Sneak Peek Ultrasounds

You have found out you are pregnant and are now entering one of the most important roles you will ever have - that of being a parent.  

It's no longer just you - you now have another little person to consider and care for, and its a priority that you ensure you do everything you possibly can to make sure that they are safe.   

Our baby ultrasounds (2D/3D/4D/5D non-medical ultrasounds) will provide you and your family/friends with a 'sneak peek' of your beautiful baby and gender reveals.  You will be able to see them from as early as 10 weeks and then watch your baby grow and develop into the little person you will soon be holding.  

You owe it to your baby to find the centre that offers not only friendly, quality service but also holds the safety of you and your precious baby as a priority - Sneak Peek does this and more.   

We offer several service packages to suit most budgets and stages of pregnancy and we look forward to introducing you to your 'little one' soon.

Our ultrasound technology is of the highest quality and standard, ensuring both the safety and quality images for you to enjoy.  

Our centre is located in Buderim, Sunshine Coast and is owned an operated by healthcare professionals. Servicing Brisbane through to Bundaberg.

The optimal time to scan so that you can see your beautiful chubby bubba is from 26 to 30 weeks.

What is the  difference between 2D|3D|4D and 5D Scans?

It's not uncommon to see some baby scanning centres advertising that they offer 2D|3D|4D and 5D scans so what is the difference?

2D ultrasound uses high frequency sound waves to produce  black and white outlines and one dimensional images that we are used to seeing of the internal organs of your baby.  

3D ultrasound uses the same high frequency sound waves as with 2D scans but from different directions so that a 3-dimensional colour image is produced, usually of your baby’s beautiful chubby little face.   These images are often used for medical purposes including diagnosing issues such as a cleft lip however at Sneak Peek Ultrasounds we use it to allow you to bond with your baby before it is born. 

When 4D ultrasound is used, the 3-dimensional images you see are continually being updated by the ultrasound machine so it becomes a moving image and looks just like a video/movie.

3D/4D ultrasound scans produces life like images so that you can see what your baby really looks like. With a 3D/4D scan you can actually see your babies skin rather than the structures underneath (bones etc) as in 2D scans.   You can sometimes even see your baby's hair and eye lashes!

So what about 5D scans?  Some centres promote that they offer 5D scans when in fact its  just a technology that lets you see your baby in realistic view or what many call the flesh tone look. This will show baby with reddish/pinkish color as if you are seeing baby inside the womb. 

When is the best time to have a 3D/4D scan?

The best time to have a 3D/4D scan is 26-30 weeks pregnant. Before this your baby has little fat underneath its skin so its face will look more like a skeleton. After 30 weeks your babies head may have dropped too low in the pelvis squashing and distorting the features.  

If you book your 3D/4D scans between 26-30 weeks beautiful lifelike images and videos can be captured, creating memories of your little miracle that you will have forever!!

2D|3D and 4D Baby Ultrasounds compared.

Please take the time to have a look around our website - as not all non-medical scanning centres are the same.  

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Sunshine Coast

Phone:  07 5406 0689 

Baby Ultrasounds - 2D, 3D Ultrasounds and 4D Ultrasounds and Gender reveals - Sunshine Coast  Serving Brisbane to Gympie.

Sneak Peek Ultrasounds

Suite 21, Nucleus Medical Suites (Yellow Lift - Level 2), 23 Elsa Wilson Drive, Buderim Queensland 4556, Australia

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