Ideally, as a layman, i wouldn't know much of a difference between the scans taken from one clinic, as compared to scans taken from another clinic. But the presentation of the scans and the explanations and detailing gven in the report is what adds up to make sense to me. Dr. Charu's clinic makes you wait for a good long time before you go in for a scan... and even longer for you to get those scans. Most radiologists hand it over immediately, but not these guys.

They have a lot of facilities available.. even getting a 3d scan of your baby after the 33rd week. So you can clearly see your baby even before he/she is born.

Dr. Kohli is fun to talk to and tries to establish a rapport with her patients. She'll even crack a joke or two to calm down the anxiety one may have before a pregnancy scan.

The clinic is also a bit tedious to locate if you are not aware of the locality as it is down in the basement of a house . That ways, it s also on the expensive side.

All in all, you may choose to visit the clinic if you stay near by, or else it is a little cumbersome to get to that area, pay a larger amount than that required for the scan.

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