We have demonstrated that scanning nonlinear dielectric microscopy (SNDM) exhibited high performance and high resolution in observing the dopant concentration profile of transistors. In this study, good quantitative agreement between the SNDM signals and dopant density values obtained by SIMS in standard Si samples, which dopant concentrations have been calibrated. We succeeded in visualizing high-resolution dopant profiles in n- and p-type MOSFET with 40 nm gate channels. It is considered that SNDM would be an effective method in measuring the quantitative two-dimensional dopant profiles of transistors. Finally, we have succeeded in detecting the dopant profiles of SRAM memory cell transistors.