There are often three Ultrasounds performed during pregnancy. They define the age of the fetus and the probable date of birth. They also make it possible to study the morphology of the fetus and to diagnose anomalies, malformations.
Ultrasounds are not infallible, the position of the child during the examination sometimes prevents us to see some malformations, he can for example hide his face with his hands.
Ultrasounds allow us to see a cleft lip, but cleft palate diagnosis is much more difficult. The cleft palate is often evoked, but there could be mistakes.
Three-dimensional ultrasounds give an accurate picture of the child’s face. This is a true portrait of the child in utero. If there is a malformation of the face, it can be perfectly analyzed. The image in three dimensions corresponds perfectly to what will be diagnosed at birth, there will be no aggravation compared to the antenatal diagnosis.