Finally, clear answers for women with dense breasts.
Traditional mammography has difficulty imaging through dense breasts. If a mammogram determines you have dense breasts, a QTscan at a QTbreasthealth center near you can help give you peace of mind.
Don’t wait to get the answers you need.
This year, over 250,000 women in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer.4 Being proactive through accurate imaging is the best step for early detection.
Did you receive a letter after your mammogram that recommended further testing?
A clear image. A clear path forward.
See the QTscan difference: Actual patient scans from a patient with dense breasts.
The QTscan was the only technology capable of clearly identifying this lesion.
QTbreasthealth: clear answers for dense breasts.
- Innovative imaging can see through your dense breast tissue down to even the smallest anomalies so you can take advantage of early intervention
- Faster results than traditional imaging
- Relaxing and comfortable environment staffed by experts you can trust
- Breast health experts are available to consult with you about your imaging results
Take control of your health.
Is QTbreasthealth right for you?
There’s nothing more reassuring than talking to someone when you have questions. Our specialists are familiar with dense breasts and can walk you through your options.
Specialists are available from 5am to 5pm Pacific Time (PT) to help answer any questions you might have.
Frequently Asked Questions
Dense breasts have a greater percentage of dense tissue than other breasts made up of more fatty tissue. On a typical mammogram, fatty breast tissue appears dark and transparent—but dense breast tissue appears as solid white areas.5
This makes it difficult for doctors to identify potentially problematic nodules, such as tumors, since they mimic the appearance of dense breast tissue. Our innovative QTscan can see right through the dense areas.
Your breasts are composed of a collection of ducts, milk glands, fatty tissue (non-dense breast tissue) and other supportive tissue (dense breast tissue). It’s the ratio of fatty and supportive tissue that determines if you have dense breasts.
Yes, extremely. Roughly half of all women have dense breast tissue.
While a mammogram is an important health tool for women, a pain-free, radiation-free and injection-free QTscan follow-up is a recommended second step for women with dense breast tissue. Mammogram technology has challenges in seeing through dense breasts, and that makes a QTscan or an ultrasound a good option to help spot suspicious areas.
While your dense breast tissue doesn’t turn into cancer, higher breast density leads to a higher risk of developing breast cancer. Your dense breast tissue can mask malignant cells during conventional mammograms. However, the QTscan can help detect these abnormal cells, even within extremely dense breast tissue.
No. In fact, doctors say exercising, keeping a healthy body weight, eating healthy foods, limiting alcohol intake and never using tobacco are the best weapons against breast cancer.6