Get the facts - MAMMOGRAPHY SAVES LIVES

1 in 8 women in the U.S. will be diagnosed with breast cancer

Of women diagnosed have no family history or risk factors

Is the age to start annual mammograms

1 in 6 breast cancers occur in women in their 40s

If detected early, the chance for cure is nearly 100%

ABOUT PURE MAMMOGRAPHY ON LONG ISLAND

PURE Mammography is Long Island’s premier center for mammogram screening. We pride ourselves on offering state-of-the-art 3D mammograms in a spa-like atmosphere. Located at the Smith Haven Mall in Lake Grove, Long Island, PURE is the first mammogram facility located inside a shopping mall in New York. Our goal is simple: make potentially life-saving mammograms comfortable, convenient, and relaxing so that you never have a reason to miss your annual exam. With no appointment, prescription, or doctor referral needed, women can enjoy the flexibility of same-day 3D screening mammograms while shopping at the mall. Our 3D screening mammograms are free for women with insurance and the most affordable in the area for uninsured women. Get your mammogram today.

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Care, Comfort & Convenience

Spa-Like Facility

At PURE, your annual mammogram is more like a day at the spa. From warm robes to relaxing music, every detail is considered in order to make your 3D screening mammogram as comfortable, enjoyable, and painless as possible.

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Scenic Relaxation

Our 3D mammograms are performed in a suite designed to transport your senses to beautiful places, such as the beach, a garden or a lush rainforest. The relaxing experience results in a better screening. Visit our spa-like mammogram location today.

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Our Location

Conveniently located in the Smith Haven Mall in Lake Grove, Long Island, your annual screening mammogram is now as easy and convenient as a shopping trip, with no appointment, prescription, or doctor referral necessary. Walk in today.

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Latest Blog Posts

Feb.
14

How Does an Ultrasound Compare to a Mammogram?

Both ultrasounds and mammograms can both be used to detect breast cancer in women, but according to research completed, ultrasounds are more likely to produce false positives. How Do Ultrasounds Work to Screen for Breast Cancer? Using high-frequency sound waves, a breast ultrasound creates an image of the breast. While breast ultrasounds can be used […]

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Jan.
30

Do I Need a Mammogram After a Bilateral Mastectomy?

A bilateral mastectomy is a surgery that removes both breasts. It can be done either to remove cancerous tissue or as a preventative measure in women who have had genetic screening and have a high risk of developing breast cancer. Whether or not you will still need to have mammograms after a bilateral mastectomy will […]

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Jan.
15

What Can a Pelvic Ultrasound Detect?

An ultrasound is a procedure that uses sound waves to produce images of the area being scanned. The sound waves are emitted through a transducer and send images to a screen. A pelvic ultrasound can provide images of a woman’s organs, including the uterus, fallopian tubes, cervix, and ovaries. There are two ways to perform […]

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