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Why Choose Solis?
“Exceptional Experience. Exceptionally Accurate Results.”
We understand the anxiety that comes with getting a mammogram, and we’re here to provide meaningful peace of mind. We want you to feel comfortable during this journey, from booking your appointment through screening, all the way to receiving your results.
Our breast health-specialized radiologists and technologists spend more than 70% of their time doing breast imaging, a practice shown to provide the greatest accuracy.3
Our staff is dedicated to making you feel welcome and comfortable so you can breathe easy about getting your mammogram.
With 40 centers in 6 major markets, we’re available for early morning, weekend, or walk-in appointments at most locations. Convenient parking is available.
"I have had several mammograms, but I have never had a better experience than I did with your office. The lady that checked me in was so great. The girl that did my mammogram was awesome. Thank for the super clean environment and the fast, professional service, it was the best experience I've ever had. I will be back next year!"
"This is the finest, most efficient medical facility I have ever been to. The staff is extremely courteous and helpful. The check-in process is easy, fast and efficient. The technicians are great. Just want to complement you on this fine facility. I would highly recommend your company to anyone I know."
"My annual mammogram revealed something "different" from the previous year--something that couldn't be felt by monthly breast checks. Short story, it turned out to be malignant DCIS. Two small surgeries later, I was a survivor with no need for radiation or chemo. Treatment for 5 years with anti-estrogen tablets is my only treatment due to early detection by Solis! I am one of the lucky ones. Will I continue with annual mammograms? You had better believe it!"
"The compassionate, one-on-one care I receive from Solis, and particularly Dr. West, has greatly diminished my fear and restored my peace of my mind, knowing that my annual mammogram has been read by one of the finest breast radiologists around. Thank you, Solis, for providing such impeccable care."
"I went to the office for a mammogram, and the lady at the front desk was so nice and helpful to me. The technician was very nice too! As women, they understand what we are feeling when we are going to be exposed and worried about the results. I'm really thankful they made me feel really confident and safe!"
"Kudos to the all the staff at Solis in Plano, TX. From your staff at the front desk, to the lady who did my mammogram, I was taken care of so nicely. It is not everyday that I go in for my mammogram and I receive a compliment from a staff member that I have the prettiest smile! I have told friends and neighbors of the fantastic treatment I received and suggested that they use Solis too."
Solis Mammography Welcomes Dr. Alex Sardina National Medical Director Added to Nation’s Largest Independent Provider of Breast Screening Services
ADDISON, Texas (July 24, 2017) – Solis Mammography, the nation’s largest independent provider of breast screening services, announced today that Dr. Alexander Sardina has joined the team as vice president and national medical director. Dr. Sardina is a board-certified radiologist who specializes in diagnostic radiology.As national medical director, Dr. Sardina will serve as the liaiso...
New law could help Texas women afford 3-D mammograms
A new state law signed by Gov. Greg Abbott requires commercial insurance providers to cover 3-D mammography, also called breast tomosynthesis, in addition to the covered 2-D version. State Rep. Senfronia Thompson, a breast cancer survivor, authored the law during this year's legislative session because 3-D mammograms could help detect cancer earlier. https://www.dallasnews.com/news/te...
Governor Signs Mammography Bill
Insurance providers in Parker County and the rest of Texas will be required to cover 3D mammography with zero copay for women over the age of 35 starting January 2018 due to a bill signed by Gov. Greg Abbott last week. Known as House Bill 1036, it was introduced in January by Texas Rep. Senfronia Thompson (D-Houston). Solis Mammography, the first healthcare company to provide 3-D mammog...
Solis Mammography Ranks 19 in Dallas Business Journal’s Middle Market 50
ADDISON, Texas (June 16, 2017)—Solis Mammography, the nation's largest independent provider of breast imaging services, was named the 19th fastest-growing, middle-market company in North Texas by the Dallas Business Journal. Rankings of this year’s third annual research project by the Dallas Business Journal were based on both private and public companies with revenue between $25 mill...
3-D Mammography Bill Heads to the Texas Governor’s Desk Solis Mammography Applauds the 85th Texas Legislature
ADDISON, Texas (May 30, 2017) – Texas House Bill 1036 was passed in the Texas Senate on May 28 with very strong support. The bill now heads to Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s desk for signature before becoming law. Because the bill passed with a two-thirds majority vote, HB 1036 will go into effect immediately upon Gov. Abbott’s signing.HB 1036 requires all commercial insurance provide...
3-D Mammography bill heads to Abbott’s Desk
Texas House Bill 1036 was passed in the Texas Senate on May 28 with very strong support. The bill now heads to Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s desk for signature before becoming law. Because the bill passed with a two-thirds majority vote, HB 1036 will go into effect immediately upon Gov. Abbott’s signing. Read full article here.
Myths About Mammograms #2 – Odds of Breast Cancer
Mammography Myth-Busting | Written by: Connie Oliver | Featured on Plaid For Women WebsiteFor years now, organizations like the Susan G. Komen Foundation have done a great job educating the general public about the prevalence of breast cancer in our society. The number cited most often is that 1 in 8 women (or 12.5%) will get breast cancer at some point in her lifetime. While this stati...
Mammography Bill Awaits Senate Approval
Solis Mammography, the nation’s largest breast screening company based in Addison, Texas, is advocating and waiting for a bill to be passed in the state Senate that would require commercial insurance providers in Parker County and the rest of Texas to cover 3D mammography with zero copay.Known as House Bill 1036, it was introduced in January by Texas Rep. Senfronia Thompson (D-Houston).Soli...
Six Mammogram Tips For Fibromyalgia Sufferers
In honor of National Fibromyalgia Day on May 12, the chief medical officer at Solis Mammography, Dr. Stephen Rose, is offering tips to help make mammograms as stress-free as possible for fibromyalgia patients.View Full Story in Fibromyalgia News
Texas lawmakers move closer to ending straight-ticket voting
Texas senators control the fate of whether insurance providers should cover 3-D mammography for Texas women.State representatives have approved House Bill 1036, which requires commercial insurers to cover this advanced form of mammography that tends to create fewer false alarms. Currently, many insurance plans only cover 2-D mammograms. The bill has been sent to the Senate’s ...