A 2D scan(most commonly used in hospitals) sends sound waves straight onto the baby from one angle and the echo can be built into a still two dimensional image. It's natural to be really excited by your first scan, although the standard 2D scan is not ideal for some mothers you will be able to see right through your baby.
A 3D scans sends sound waves straight onto the baby from lots of different angles to give a still three dimensional image. The 3D scan will provide more information about your baby, as a result a 3D scan can be useful to look at the heart and other internal organs.
A 4D scan show a moving 3D image of your baby. With this scan you see your baby's skin rather than seeing the mothers insides. You will be able to see the shape of your baby's mouth and nose, be able to see your baby yawn or sticking her tongue out
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