How to Show Your Support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month
It’s October, and everywhere you look the brilliant reds, rusts, and golds of fall frame Long Island in autumn glory. As a mammography clinic working closely with women to improve breast health every day of the year, there is something extremely uplifting about realizing that, amid all the pumpkin-flavored lattes and orange and black décor, […]Read More +
Can I Get Breast Cancer if it Doesn’t Run in My Family?
While breast cancer can be hereditary, 75% of women who get breast cancer have no family history of the disease. You can get breast cancer even if it does not run in your family, so it’s very important to have an annual exam and mammogram to detect breast cancer early and receive treatment. Mammograms save […]Read More +
What Are the Symptoms of Breast Cancer?
One in 8 women are diagnosed with breast cancer. Most likely, you know at least one person who has had breast cancer, whether it’s a relative or a friend. It can be extremely frightening to worry about getting breast cancer, but annual screenings and early detection result in very positive outcomes for most women. Understanding […]Read More +
How to Choose a Radiologist
When it’s time to get your annual mammogram, you deserve the best professionals in the healthcare industry to perform and interpret your screening test.Read More +
How Often Should I Do a Self-Breast Exam?
Getting an annual mammogram is a proactive step you can take to stay one step ahead of breast cancer.Read More +
Do Mammograms Hurt With Breast Implants?
If you have breast implants, you may have a lot of questions about whether or not you should get a mammogram.Read More +
What Age Should a Woman Get a Mammogram?
If you’re nearing 40, you may be wondering if it’s time to add a yearly mammogram to your healthcare routine.Read More +
What Should I Expect at My First Mammogram?
Mammograms are safe, fast, and effective. They detect breast cancer in its earliest stages when it’s most treatable using the least invasive treatment options.Read More +
What Does Breast Density Mean?
Breast tissue contains three kinds of tissue: fat, glandular, and connective. If you have dense breasts, that means you have more glandular and connective tissue in relation to the amount of fatty tissue.Read More +