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Professional mammography screenings from leading women’s health professionals.
UBERDOC Mammograms are performed by Leading board-certified experts for the detection and diagnosis of breast diseases in women through the use of digital mammography, computer-aided detection, and breast tomosynthesis.
All UBERDOC Mammographers are experienced, highly skilled, and have the qualifications necessary to ensure you get, on your terms, the best care possible.
UBERDOC was designed by physicians to give patients a better option–combining the convenient, on-demand access of a walk-in or urgent care clinic with the expert specialist care that is typically not available there. You can also go directly to a top board-certified specialist near you, on your schedule.
Whether you need a mammogram next-day or on your next day off– you’re always at the front of the line for the care you need, when you need it.
Booking your mammogram appointment on UBERDOC gives you exclusive access to the best Mammographers near you, who can answer your questions about mammograms, on your schedule, with no insurance network, referral, or authorization restrictions. All for one exclusive, affordable, and flat price.
Save time, save money, and get the expert care you need to be well. Find and book the best Mammographer near you and take care of your health today!
A mammogram is an imaging procedure that most commonly utilizes low-dose x-rays to create a detailed image of the breast, internal anatomical structures and any cancerous growths. The most common use for this test by far are detection/diagnosis. There are two types of mammograms: Screening Mammograms which check if you’re at risk or not already having disease; And Diagnostic mammograms which are done when someone has symptoms like pain in their chest or unexplained redness.
The mammogram process is as simple and straightforward. It only takes about 30 minutes from beginning to end, with no recovery period. Discomfort is limited to breast compression which is necessary to reduce radiation emissions and overlapping shadows.
Radiologists must report any suspicious finding, which can result in false positives. However, to avoid missing cancers, patients should always follow up and return for additional images.
You should bring any films you have from previous mammograms for comparison. If you do not have the films, it may delay your readings because they will need to be requested.
Those who have health insurance may find that their insurance will cover the entire cost of a preventative mammogram. Others may have to pay an insurance deductible before the test. If you are paying out of pocket, the prices will vary depending on what facility you visit.