MRI SCAN FACE

An MRI of your head can investigate certain areas of your facial areas, including Ears, Eyes, Sinuses and Jaw.

An MRI of the head can be used to investigate:

Ears (Internal Auditory Meatus – IAM’s): An MRI of your Internal Auditory Meatus (IAM’s) can be useful to access the middle and inner ear to help diagnose conditions which can cause vertigo, hearing loss and tinnitus. The MRI scan can capture the internal auditory canal and check for tumours. It can also check that other areas of the brain are structurally normal and help to detect brain tumours and multiple sclerosis.

Eyes (Orbits): An MRI of your eyes can be useful to assess the soft tissues in the eye orbit and the brain for various conditions such as tumours, aneurysms and abnormal blood flow.

Sinuses: An MRI of your sinuses can be useful to assess the air-filled pockets inside your head for any abnormalities, infections or trauma-induced injuries.

Jaw: An MRI of the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) can be useful to investigate pain or discomfort in your jaw.

BOOK YOUR FACE MRI SCAN TODAY

We have so many ways you can book, and if you are still unsure, please contact us through Whatsapp,Email, Live chat or Phone

THREE OPTIONS – THREE PRICES

BRONZE

£199per facial area

  • Same-day MRI appointment
    (subject to availability)
  • Bring a chaperone (family/friend)
  • Bring music of your choice (CD)
  • *Free* Radiologist Report Within 7 days

SILVER

£249per facial area

  • Same-day MRI appointment
    (subject to availability)
  • Bring a chaperone (family/friend)
  • Bring music of your choice (CD)
  • Sub-Specialist Radiologist Report
    Within 2 working days

    Why do I need a sub-specialist radiologist report?

    A report by a sub-specialist means that the radiologist reporting on your scan is knowledgeable in the body area you are having scanned.

GOLD

£299per facial area

  • Same-day MRI appointment
    (subject to availability)
  • Bring a chaperone (family/friend)
  • Bring music of your choice (CD)
  • Double Specialist Radiologist Report
    Within 2 working days

    Why do I need a double specialist radiologist report?

    A double report means that your MRI results will be examined by 2 consultant radiologists, who will compile 2 individual reports with their findings. This is especially helpful if you are looking for a second opinion.

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