We are committed to bringing high-quality breast and diagnostic screening services to the women of Northeast Houston through Solis Mammography, a department of HCA Houston Healthcare Kingwood.

A specialized provider of mammography and screening services, with a specific focus on 3D mammography technology, Solis Mammography provides exceptional clinical accuracy that comes from a dedicated focus on breast specialization. We deliver an enhanced patient experience at our welcoming breast imaging center for comfort and convenience during the screening process.

  • The ability to book appointments through real-time, 24/7 access to online scheduling (SolisMammo.com)
  • In-center tablet registration and complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Free surface parking
  • Quick turnaround time – typically less than 30 to 40 minutes
  • Fast, exceptionally accurate results by email within 24-48 hours of the visit
  • Increased image specificity, and a reduction in unnecessary recalls

Appointments can be easily scheduled online or by calling (866) 257-6884.

Our breast screening services

The Solis Mammography Center, a department of HCA Houston Kingwood, offers a full range of breast imaging and related tests for the diagnosis and treatment of cancers in women.

3D mammography

Considered the most advanced technology in screening and diagnostic mammography, 3D mammography allows doctors to examine breast tissue by layer. Rather than viewing breast tissue in a flat image, as with 2D mammography, this type of imaging reveals the fine details that previously could be hidden by the tissue above or below.

3D Mammography has been proven to detect abnormalities 15 months earlier than a standard mammogram. Research also shows that 3D mammograms can increase early cancer detection rates and decrease callbacks.

Screening mammogram

This two-dimensional pictures of the breast and is still one of the most advanced tools available for detecting breast abnormalities. A screening mammogram is a two-dimensional pictures of the breast and used to detect breast tumors in women who have no symptoms of breast cancer. A screening mammogram's purpose is to detect tumors that are too deep/small  to be detected any other way.

Diagnostic mammogram

When a patient's screening mammogram requires further evaluation, a diagnostic mammogram is in order. The diagnostic evaluation serves as the next step to clarify any abnormalities detected during a screening mammogram or doctor's exam.

Breast ultrasound

This test uses sound waves to produce an image of breast tissue. It is most commonly used following a mammogram to evaluate a specific area of concern. The American Cancer Society does NOT recommend its use alone as a screening tool (e.g., instead of a mammogram).

Stereotactic and ultrasound-guided breast biopsies

These advanced techniques allow the physicians to quickly and accurately get samples of breast tissue for evaluation after there has been a suspicious finding on a diagnostic mammogram. Stereotactic biopsy uses a combination of mammography and minimally invasive techniques to get samples of tiny calcifications or spots in the breast. Ultrasound-guided biopsy enables surgeons to get a sample of breast tissue as small as your fingernail with high accuracy.

Bone density screening

Bone density testing is available and helps determine the risk for osteoporosis. Screening involves an X-ray scan which can determine whether or not bones are starting to thin before a bone is broken. Physicians and patients can then determine their best plan of action to slow or reverse the process.