Breast cancer is the second most common cancer in American women, and the disease doesn’t discriminate.
Celebrities such as Olivia Newton-John, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and Shannon Doherty are three well-known women who have faced breast cancer.
In 2020, actress Kelly Preston’s death at 57 shocked many. Preston — the wife of actor John Travolta — had been fighting breast cancer in silence for two years before succumbing to the disease.
The COVID-19 quarantine caused many women to miss their mammogram. Since March 2020, nearly 400 of our patients skipped their appointments. Delaying or avoiding necessary treatments can put your health at risk.
Early detection is key to preventing and fighting breast cancer. The American College of Radiology recommends women begin routine annual mammograms at 40.
Our 3D Mammography provides patients with the highest quality of breast imagining. The detailed 3D images help detect masses and/or lesions more clearly and are superior for women with dense breast tissue.
SMC’s Diagnostic Imaging is accredited in Mammography by the American College of Radiology.
To schedule a mammogram, call 888-707-7621.