Imaging
Get MRIs, X-rays, CT scans, and more with top-reviewed radiologists and imaging centers near you at prices so transparent you can see right through them.
MRI, CT scan, X-ray, ultrasound
Get an MRI
MRIs produce clear images of the body without radiation. There are 3 common types of MRIs you can book: with contrast, without contrast, or with and without contrast. During the MRI, you’ll need to remain still in a relatively tight space for 30-45 minutes. Check with your referring physician if you don't know which MRI to book.
  • MRI without contrast
    • Interpretation
    • MRI with contrast
      Contrast is a dye given orally or administered intravenously and may be needed for a number of reasons.
      • Interpretation
      • MRI with and without contrast
        The most comprehensive MRI. Contrast is a dye given orally or administered intravenously and may be needed for a number of reasons.
        • Interpretation
        Get a CT scan
        CT scans create detailed images of your bones, blood vessels, soft tissue, and more. There are 2 major types of CT scans you can book: with or without contrast. Check with your referring physician if you don’t know which scan to book.
        • CT scan without contrast
          • Interpretation
          • CT scan with contrast
            Contrast is a dye taken orally or administered intravenously before your scan and may be needed for a number of reasons.
            • Interpretation
            Get an X-ray
            After your X-ray, a clinician will walk you through the results and recommend any necessary follow-up.
            • X-ray
              • X-ray for single extremity or joint
              • Interpretation
              Get a mammogram
              A mammogram is a type of X-ray used to detect early signs of breast cancer. While the American Cancer Society recommends annual screenings for women between 45 and 54, the choice of when to begin getting a mammogram is personal. Check with a primary care doctor if you’re unsure when and how frequently you should get screened.
              Get an ultrasound
              An ultrasound uses low-power sound waves to produce images of your body. After your ultrasound, your referring physician will walk you through the results and recommend any necessary follow-up.
              Get an echocardiogram
              An echocardiogram shows how your heart muscle and valves are working. It's often used to detect and diagnose a range of heart conditions.
              • Echocardiogram
                • Interpretation
                Frequently asked questions
                About MRIs

                Does Sesame work with insurance?

                Sesame services are paid directly, separate from health insurance.

                If your insurance includes a health savings account (HSA) or flexible spending account (FSA), you can use your funds from these accounts to pay for care on Sesame. Some of these plans include a debit card you can use to pay up front, and others require you to submit your receipt after your purchase.

                If your insurance includes out-of-network coverage and/or a deductible, you may be able to submit your receipt from Sesame for reimbursement. Eligibility is determined by your insurance company and will vary depending on your plan. Our team is here to help you - call us at 1 (877) 947-6411 with any questions.

                What is Sesame’s cancellation policy?

                Sesame's no worries cancellation policy makes booking, cancelling, and rescheduling easy. Cancel up to 24 hours before your appointment and get a full refund. No questions asked.

                How does Sesame have such competitive prices for MRIs?

                Sesame works with top-reviewed imaging centers to get you the best price for an MRI in your area. We cut out the overhead that drives up cost, and pass those savings onto you.

                What's the difference between MRIs with contrast and without contrast?

                Contrast is a dye taken orally or administered intravenously that may be recommended for several reasons, often to enhance the clarity of the imaging. You should check with your referring physician if you don't know which MRI to book.
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                Doctors on Sesame can diagnose, treat, and manage just about anything.