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From convenient scheduling to fast results and even faster appointments, your time matters to us, too. 

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From developing a SmartCurve mammogram to fit the curve of your breast, to implementing AI to find breast cancer even earlier, to simply talking about the ins and outs of your breast health, we never stop working to improve, educate and inform.

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Are Mammograms Painful?

Traditional compression systems can sometimes be uncomfortable. We have invested in the research, development and launch of SmartCurve, a revolutionary new mammogram that is curved to match the shape of your breast.

Research has shown that 93% of women who experienced pain with a traditional mammogram found SmartCurve’s unique curved surface to be more comfortable, with less pinching, pulling and tugging. We pair SmartCurve with 3D technology to combine comfort with accuracy – for a better mammogram.

Our technicians also specialize in breast care and are skilled at delivering a more comfortable mammography experience for patients of all body types.

When should I begin getting a mammogram?

If you’re of average risk, you should begin having annual screenings starting at 40. Your physician may refer you for a mammogram earlier if you have known risk factors or a family history that may impact your risks.

We know some breast cancers can develop within a year and those that do tend to metastasize early. So, getting into the habit of having your annual mammogram at the same time every year is the best practice for long-term health and peace of mind. Early detection leads to an almost 100% cure rate. 

What is the difference between a screen and a diagnostic mammogram?

Screening mammograms are routine annual exams for women who are not experiencing any breast issues or symptoms of breast cancer. Depending on where you schedule your appointment, you may need a physician’s order to schedule a screening. And we will ask you to provide the name of a physician we can send your report to. Screenings usually take less than 30 minutes. And you’ll receive results by secure email within one to two business days.

Diagnostic mammograms are for women experiencing breast issues or symptoms of breast cancer such as a breast lump, breast pain, dimples or puckered skin, or nipple discharge. These do require a physician’s order to schedule. And you will need this order in hand prior to scheduling your appointment.

Diagnostic mammograms will take a little longer than regular screenings to capture additional images of a specific area of the breast or breasts. During this appointment, you will have a consultation with the radiologist about the results of your exam before you leave, and we will also inform your personal physician of the results. 

What is 3D mammography?

3D mammography is our foundation of care. It’s the most accurate screening technology currently available because it provides our breast-specialized radiologists with more than 60 images to evaluate.

As one of the country’s leading authorities on 3D mammography, we know it increases the early detection of invasive breast cancer by 54%, allowing our radiologists to find cancers as early as stage 0 and decreasing callbacks by 37%.

We integrate 3D technology with SmartCurve to deliver a mammogram that is more accurate and comfortable. Click here to learn more about 3D mammography. 

What is a callback after a mammogram?

If one of our breast-specialized radiologists cannot see something clearly or sees something they feel needs a second look, they will ask the patient to return for another exam known as a callback.

A callback is not a false-positive diagnosis of breast cancer or an indication of any other condition. A small percentage of patients are called back for an additional screening and most will receive a clean bill of health afterwards.

What are the common reasons for a callback? 

  • Images that need to be retaken for clarity to deliver an accurate reading
  • Dense breast tissue
  • Overlapping tissue
  • Calcifications or a mass in the breast, such as a cyst or tumor
  • An area of the breast the radiologist would like to further investigate
  • Change from a prior screening

After your first mammogram, you’re more likely to receive a callback since there is no prior mammogram to compare it to. 3D mammography has reduced callback rates by 37% because of added screening clarity. 

Will my insurance cover a mammogram?

Depending on your state, your 3D mammogram may be covered at 100% because of mandated coverage legislation.

Diagnostic mammograms and other diagnostic studies may be subject to different coverage rates depending on your plan. Please check your coverage with your provider before making an appointment with us.

You can call our insurance team for further clarification at (469) 398-4099 or email

How much does a mammogram cost without insurance?

The out-of-pocket cost for a mammogram varies, so please contact us for more information. You can email or call (866) 717-2251.

We also partner with mammography assistance programs: 
MDsave (Granbury and Navarro)