Offering effective and comprehensive breast imaging exams in our NJ radiology facilities, Montclair Radiology’s breast imaging radiologists and technologists provide patients and referring patients accurate diagnostic results.
We provide the best breast imaging and service to all of our patients. Offering a full range of breast imaging procedures, Montclair Radiology is committed to providing women the diagnostic procedures needed to detect and diagnose breast cancer.
Our goal is to make your breast imaging procedure as comfortable and painless as possible. Our board certified radiologists, known for their professionalism and expertise, are specifically trained to oversee and analyze breast imaging results for the most accurate analysis. In addition, our staff members will make your breast imaging experience at Montclair Radiology a welcoming one. Schedule your breast imaging appointment at one of our NJ imaging centers and see why 4 out of 5 physicians entrust their patients’ health to us!
There are a variety of breast imaging procedures that can help detect and diagnose breast cancer early. Diagnostic Mammography and Ultrasound are often given to women suspected of having breast cancer, either because of symptoms or a screening test result. Diagnostic tests are also used to help physicians determine the best treatment for patients. Screening Mammography is for asymptomatic patients, most women over the age of 40 are covered by their insurance for one screening mammography per year.
Breast imaging tests are most often used to identify signs and detect breast cancer early, when it is the easiest to treat.
There are different types of breast imaging procedures that your physician may ask you to do, and these procedures may require different preparation. However, there are general procedure preparation guidelines to be aware of, such as: wearing a two-piece outfit (as you’ll need to undress from the waist-up), bringing previous breast imaging results, etc. Please visit our patient instructions for breast imaging procedures for more information.
There are several factors that are linked to breast cancer, including personal/family history with breast cancer, age, breast density, and other risk factors. The best way to find out if you’re at risk for breast cancer is to talk to your doctor.