Imaging Services

Exceptional Imaging Center Services

We’re committed to providing patients quality and convenient medical diagnostic imaging at an affordable cost.  Our medical staff is trained in a wide range of imaging care services. We’re here for you. Open Monday thru Saturday, from 8am to 8pm, our imaging center provides care when you need it most.

Radiology & Diagnostic Imaging

Exceptional Imaging Center provides radiology services to patients in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Our services include MRI scans, CT scans, X-rays, ultrasounds, mammograms and more. Call (469) 638-8070 to schedule an appointment.

Diagnostic Imaging Services

MRI scanners OPEN 6 days a week to better serve our patients. Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) uses a strong magnetic field and radio frequency pulses to provide clear and detailed diagnostic images of internal body organs and tissues.

State-of-the-art low dose, 16 slice CT scanners open Monday – Saturday. Computed Tomography (CT), formerly known as a CAT scan, is a radiology technique uses X-ray and computer equipment to produce cross-sectional images of body structures, tissues, and organs.

PET/CT, Positron Emission Tomography (also known as PET/CT) is a nuclear medical exam that produces a three-dimensional image of functional processes in the body.

Spacious sono-rooms for your comfort and ease of exam efficiency. Ultrasound imaging (also called Sonography) is a method of obtaining diagnostic images from inside the human body using high-frequency sound waves.

Automated Breast Ultrasound
While mammograms are effective in detecting most breast cancer, sometimes women have dense breast tissue that can render mammography less useful. Fortunately, there are other diagnostic imaging tools that can be used to help detect breast cancer in women that are asymptomatic for breast cancer.

Walk-ins welcome with a doctor’s order. Express Check-in/out available. X-ray is the oldest and most frequently used form of medical imaging. We perform digital X-ray imaging, which is the “gold standard” of today’s medical imaging practices.