Early Detection Tool for various breast anomolies Non-invasive| Safe | Accurate No Radiation | Painless | Non-contact | State-of-the-art Equipment. Thermography is a risk marker for breast health.
What is thermography and what are the differences between a mammogram and a thermogram?
Infrared Breast Thermography is an imaging of the temperatures on the surface of the breast and is a risk assessment tool. It does not replace Ultrasound, Mammography and/or MRI but has been an important FDA-approved tool for adjunctive breast cancer risk assessment since 1982. Thermography and Mammography are different, and both have an important role to play. Here is a comparison of the most important differences.
When it comes to breast health, women should explore safe screening alternatives….ones with NO RADIATION.
Thermography is an excellent breast health screening tool, currently being recognized as the gold standard for helping women maintain healthy breasts by monitoring for changes over time. Thermography is a safe, non-contact, non-invasive test that does not damage cells or DNA, and takes less than 30 minutes. It is a valuable and painless procedure that alerts you and your doctor the changes so you can prevent problems later.
Thermography detects and records subtle physiological changes that cannot be seen with any other imaging tests. These subtle changes are the earliest signs of changes in breast health.
One of the benefits of Thermography screening is the opportunity for safely monitoring the breasts, in addition to self-examination, doctor examination or the use of mammography alone.
Thermography is highly accurate for safely screening women with:Dense breasts