Solis Mammography

Early Detection

Early Detection: Confused?
Let us help you sort out the facts...

There is ample confusion surrounding ‘when is the right time to get a mammogram’ and how often should you get one. Large public health organizations have put out conflicting guidelines that create confusion for women. Even more importantly, these guidelines are in direct conflict with what physicians recommend and put women’s health at risk. Ample research demonstrates that mammograms save lives and advancements in technology, such as tomosynthesis (3D) provides better detail and further increases the accuracy of a mammogram.

Solis Mammography, a 30-year leader in women’s breast health, aims to help educate women about the FACTS of mammography screening so that they can make an informed decision – based on their unique health history and the recommendations of their physician. We want to ensure women have the information they need to make the choice that’s right for them.

If you have questions or need more information, please call or email our media contact, Jo Trizila, at 972-247-1369 or

WE: Women Listen Up -- Mammograms are the Only Offense in Early Detection Defense

In the past few months, so many conflicting statements, recommendations and guidelines have come out that it is no wonder women are more confused than ever as to when to get a mammogram. To put it simply, The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, American College of Radiology, The Society for Breast Imaging, and the radiologists who practice at 30-year old Solis Mammography all agree that a woman should begin regular, annual mammograms at age 40. 

What the Facts are saying (Infographic)...

Mammograms are knowledge. Knowledge is power! Studies clearly show that annual mammograms between the ages of 40 and 74 saves lives. Recent announcements have muddied the water on when a woman should start her annual screening, giving some a chance to put it off for 5 to 10 critical years. Get the facts...

VIDEO LINK: Conversation with Henda Salmeron, Dense Breast Tissue Law advocate

Breast cancer survivor and political advocate Henda Salmeron fought for the Dense Breast Tissue Law in Texas, also called Henda’s Law, so women would be better informed, thus better able to advocate for their unique needs regarding breast imaging. The law passed in 2011. But Salmeron didn’t stop there. She continues to put her voice to good use, educating women at every opportunity about the importance of advocacy regarding breast health.