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Screening MammogramNeed a screening mammogram appointment? We can help! Read the information below and choose your closest/preferred region to begin the process. You will be taken to our fast, secure, and easy-to-use scheduling tool to submit your request.

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Once your request has been processed, a personalized scheduling link will be sent to your cell and/or e-mail.

Choose your Closest/Preferred Region to Begin Scheduling

Envision Imaging - Texas

The Women's Center at Colorado Springs Imaging - Colorado

Scheduling A Screening Mammogram 

Easily request a screening mammogram appointment online. 

  1. Pick your desired Location: Texas (Envision Imaging) or Colorado (The Women’s Center at Colorado Springs Imaging)
  2. Fill out the online form (cell phone number or email address is required)
  3. Submit a request

What is a screening mammogram?

A mammogram is an x-ray test of the breast (mammary glands) used to screen for breast problems, such as a lump. A mammogram is done to help screen for or detect breast cancer.

Mammograms are either used as a screening tool for early breast cancer detection or diagnostically for women experiencing symptoms:

  • Screening Mammography: Even if you have no signs or symptoms of the disease, screening mammograms are performed annually as a part of a regular preventative health care screening program to detect breast cancer in women as early as possible.
  • Diagnostic Mammography: If you have abnormal clinical findings, your doctor may recommend a diagnostic mammogram. Symptoms that could indicate breast disease include a lump, ni

Should I get a screening mammogram or a diagnostic mammogram?

If you are over 40 years old and have no symptoms or signs of breast cancer and are considered at average risk for breast cancer.

Diagnostic mammograms are used after suspicious results on a screening mammogram or after some signs of breast cancer alert the physician to check the tissue.

Such signs may include:

  • A lump
  • Breast pain
  • Nipple discharge
  • Thickening of skin on the breast
  • Changes in the size or shape of the breast

Preparing For Your Screening Mammogram

Please let us know if you are pregnant, breastfeeding or have experienced new lumps or changes in your breasts.

  • Schedule the test for a time when your breasts are least likely to be tender.
  • Bring your prior mammogram images.
  • Avoid using deodorants, powder, perfumes, or lotion under your arms or on your breasts.
  • Wear an outfit with a separate top and bottom.
  • Arrive early & bring your insurance card