What Does an Abnormal Mammogram Mean?
If you’ve experienced years of normal mammograms in the past, you may feel overwhelmed with anxiety if you receive an abnormal mammogram result. Don’t panic. There are many reasons you might receive abnormal results, and the vast majority are not breast cancer. Learn why your screening may need a second look and what steps you’ll follow next. Why […]Read More +
PURE Mammography Celebrates One Year
To commemorate PURE's first year in business, we are offering a special gift to patients who schedule an appointment with us during the month of February.Read More +
Best Painless Mammogram on Long Island
Squeezing. Mashing. Hard plastic paddles. If you’ve never had a mammogram, these terms may scare you away from getting a test you need. But rest assured that a painless mammogram is possible.Read More +
What Makes a 3D Mammogram Different?
Are you proactive about your health by receiving yearly mammograms? If so, you should know that not all mammogram centers are equipped with the newest technology.Read More +
Family History & Breast Cancer
Many women who get breast cancer have a family history of the disease. Taking control of your health by getting a mammogram and living a healthy lifestyle can help reduce your risk.Read More +
What Different Breast Types Mean for Mammograms
At PURE, we use the latest 3D mammogram technology, giving all women, and especially those with high breast density, the most accurate test results possible.Read More +
When Was Your Last Mammogram Screening?
At PURE, you’ll enjoy a unique experience when getting your mammogram on Long Island. We’re the only mammography facility on Long Island located inside a shopping mall designed specifically for your convenience and comfort.Read More +
What Does a Mammogram Show?
Mammograms can find tiny lumps, bumps, calcifications, and any other anomaly well before you or your doctor can see or feel any changes to the breast.Read More +
Early Signs of Breast Cancer
One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime. You can help beat the odds by knowing how your breasts normally look and feel and by getting a yearly mammogram.Read More +