Coronary CT Calcium Score Test

Heart CT Scan

Coronary Calcium Score Test

A coronary calcium test is done using a CT scan to measure the level of calcified plaque present in the arteries.

Your doctor can then use this score to help assess your risk of a heart attack. This test may be referred to by several different names, all of which are the same test: “coronary calcium scan”, “coronary calcium test”, “ct calcium test” or “cardiac ct for calcium scoring”. The calcified plaque that this test detects can clog your arteries and prevent your blood from flowing properly.

By knowing your risk level for a heart attack, you have a chance to take control of your health before it’s too late. You can seek treatment sooner and choose to live a healthier life. Your coronary calcium score helps you understand your cardiovascular health and how aggressively you need to change unhealthy habits.

Heart Scan With Calcium Score  $125

Our Heart CT Scan Includes the Calcium Score Test

If you have any questions about a calcium score test, please don’t hesitate to contact us. You can also learn more about our heart scan and calcium score. If you’d like to schedule a heart scan with calcium score for only $125, you can book online or give us a call today! (702-534-7900)

Frequently Asked Questions

We currently have an introductory offer to receive a heart CT scan with a calcium score for only $125. Normal price for this scan is $599.

The actual scan only takes about 10 seconds to perform. The total time of the exam is approximately 15 minutes.

Not at all. Preventative Diagnostic Center in Las Vegas allows you to take charge of your own health with preventative CT scans such as the Heart CT with Calcium Score.

Because your coronary calcium score can give you a measurement of your heart health and your risk for a heart attack, you can have this test done whenever you’re ready to take a more proactive approach to your health. You don’t have to wait until you show symptoms of heart disease to check your coronary calcium score.

The more calcified plaque present in your arteries, the higher your risk of suffering a heart attack. Your coronary calcium score tells you how much calcium buildup is restricting your blood flow. If you do find out you have dangerous levels of calcium in your arteries, you can seek treatment and change your lifestyle habits before it’s too late.

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