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 April 3, 2017

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On Walk the Talk with Alan Khan, Medical Monday tonight we expose how beauty is more than skin deep, and discuss everything from labiaplasty, vaginoplasty, breast reductions and augmentation, to rhinoplasty, botox, liposuction and tummy tucks.

 

Stay on the pulse of the best medical advice on South African Radio, and get free expert medical advice from acclaimed Durban Reconstructive and Plastic Surgeon Dr O'Sharran Singh.

 

Join the conversation on Walk the Talk with Alan Khan, 7 to 8 tonight

Call us in studio on 089 310 8789 to share your views

-only on lotus FM...- with Diresh Sinath Danagati Das and 3 others

 

 

 

 

 

 

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 January 26, 2017

Wife saves octogenarian husband mauled by dogs

 

KWAZULU NATAL / 26 January 2017, 2:23pm

Zainul Dawood

 

After being mauled by two male cross boerboels, James Jackson Haggart, 81, recovers at St Augustine's Hospital. Picture: Motshwari Mofokeng/Daily News

 

Durban – A Pinetown octogenarian, who was mauled by two dogs at his home, spoke from his hospital bed of his wife’s bravery in coming to his aid.

 

 

 

 

 

South African Doctors Make Madagascar Smile

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A team of South African medical practitioners recently donated their time to take part in an Operation Smile South Africa (OSSA) mission to repair cleft lips and palates in Antananarivo, Madagascar.

 

Among the volunteers were five plastic surgeons and several anaesthetists, some whom have had to close their private practices for almost two weeks to operate on the island’s poorest.

 

“There is no money in this and one has to be prepared to operate non-stop from eight in the morning to seven o’clock at night, but for me this was an incredible experience,” said Cape Town plastic surgeon, Dr Conrad Pienaar, who specialises in cleft repair.

 

“There aren’t many of us who specialise in this field. Usually I see about three to four cases per year in private practice, but by taking part in these missions I repair 80 to 100 per year.”

 

Pienaar, who has volunteered for several OSSA missions before, said that after more than a decade of training, it did not make sense for him to start a private practice solely to perform cosmetic procedures. Reconstructive surgery constitutes only 20% of his workload these days.

 

Two South African registrars, Dr Natasha Plaatjes (anaesthesiology) and Dr O’Sharran Singh (plastic surgery), gained valuable experience by participating in the mission.

 

 

 

 

 

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SABC  NEWS

 March 9, 2018

Carte Blanche

 March 18, 2018

THE MERCURY

 March 28, 2018

THE STAR (JHB)

 March 28, 2018

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LOTUS FM

 

On Walk the Talk with Alan Khan, Medical Monday tonight we expose how beauty is more than skin deep, and discuss everything from labiaplasty, vaginoplasty, breast reductions and augmentation, to rhinoplasty, botox, liposuction and tummy tucks.

 

Stay on the pulse of the best medical advice on South African Radio, and get free expert medical advice from acclaimed Durban Reconstructive and Plastic Surgeon Dr O'Sharran Singh.

 

Join the conversation on Walk the Talk with Alan Khan, 7 to 8 tonight

Call us in studio on 089 310 8789 to share your views

-only on lotus FM...- with Diresh Sinath Danagati Das and 3 others

 

 

 

 

 

 

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mauled by dogs

 

KWAZULU NATAL / 26 January 2017, 2:23pm

Zainul Dawood

 

After being mauled by two male cross boerboels, James Jackson Haggart, 81, recovers at St Augustine's Hospital. Picture: Motshwari Mofokeng/Daily News

 

Durban – A Pinetown octogenarian, who was mauled by two dogs at his home, spoke from his hospital bed of his wife’s bravery in coming to his aid.

 

 

 

 

 

A team of South African medical practitioners recently donated their time to take part in an Operation Smile South Africa (OSSA) mission to repair cleft lips and palates in Antananarivo, Madagascar.

 

Among the volunteers were five plastic surgeons and several anaesthetists, some whom have had to close their private practices for almost two weeks to operate on the island’s poorest.

 

“There is no money in this and one has to be prepared to operate non-stop from eight in the morning to seven o’clock at night, but for me this was an incredible experience,” said Cape Town plastic surgeon, Dr Conrad Pienaar, who specialises in cleft repair.

 

“There aren’t many of us who specialise in this field. Usually I see about three to four cases per year in private practice, but by taking part in these missions I repair 80 to 100 per year.”

 

Pienaar, who has volunteered for several OSSA missions before, said that after more than a decade of training, it did not make sense for him to start a private practice solely to perform cosmetic procedures. Reconstructive surgery constitutes only 20% of his workload these days.

 

Two South African registrars, Dr Natasha Plaatjes (anaesthesiology) and Dr O’Sharran Singh (plastic surgery), gained valuable experience by participating in the mission.

 

 

 

 

 

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LOTUS FM

 

On Walk the Talk with Alan Khan, Medical Monday tonight we expose how beauty is more than skin deep, and discuss everything from labiaplasty, vaginoplasty, breast reductions and augmentation, to rhinoplasty, botox, liposuction and tummy tucks.

 

Stay on the pulse of the best medical advice on South African Radio, and get free expert medical advice from acclaimed Durban Reconstructive and Plastic Surgeon Dr O'Sharran Singh.

 

Join the conversation on Walk the Talk with Alan Khan, 7 to 8 tonight

Call us in studio on 089 310 8789 to share your views

-only on lotus FM...- with Diresh Sinath Danagati Das and 3 others

 

 

 

 

 

 

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A team of South African medical practitioners recently donated their time to take part in an Operation Smile South Africa (OSSA) mission to repair cleft lips and palates in Antananarivo, Madagascar.

 

Among the volunteers were five plastic surgeons and several anaesthetists, some whom have had to close their private practices for almost two weeks to operate on the island’s poorest.

 

“There is no money in this and one has to be prepared to operate non-stop from eight in the morning to seven o’clock at night, but for me this was an incredible experience,” said Cape Town plastic surgeon, Dr Conrad Pienaar, who specialises in cleft repair.

 

“There aren’t many of us who specialise in this field. Usually I see about three to four cases per year in private practice, but by taking part in these missions I repair 80 to 100 per year.”

 

Pienaar, who has volunteered for several OSSA missions before, said that after more than a decade of training, it did not make sense for him to start a private practice solely to perform cosmetic procedures. Reconstructive surgery constitutes only 20% of his workload these days.

 

Two South African registrars, Dr Natasha Plaatjes (anaesthesiology) and Dr O’Sharran Singh (plastic surgery), gained valuable experience by participating in the mission.

 

 

 

 

 

SABC  NEWS

 March 9, 2018

Carte Blanche

 March 18, 2018

THE MERCURY

 March 28, 2018

THE STAR (JHB)

 March 28, 2018

LOTUS FM

 April 3, 2017

LOTUS FM

 

On Walk the Talk with Alan Khan, Medical Monday tonight we expose how beauty is more than skin deep, and discuss everything from labiaplasty, vaginoplasty, breast reductions and augmentation, to rhinoplasty, botox, liposuction and tummy tucks.

 

Stay on the pulse of the best medical advice on South African Radio, and get free expert medical advice from acclaimed Durban Reconstructive and Plastic Surgeon Dr O'Sharran Singh.

 

Join the conversation on Walk the Talk with Alan Khan, 7 to 8 tonight

Call us in studio on 089 310 8789 to share your views

-only on lotus FM...- with Diresh Sinath Danagati Das and 3 others

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE BUSH TELEGRAPH ZIMBALI

 March 2017

Daily News - 26 January 2017

South African Doctors Make Madagascar Smile

 October 5, 2010

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Wife saves octogenarian husband mauled by dogs

 

KWAZULU NATAL / 26 January 2017, 2:23pm

Zainul Dawood

 

After being mauled by two male cross boerboels, James Jackson Haggart, 81, recovers at St Augustine's Hospital. Picture: Motshwari Mofokeng/Daily News

 

Durban – A Pinetown octogenarian, who was mauled by two dogs at his home, spoke from his hospital bed of his wife’s bravery in coming to his aid.

 

 

 

 

 

A team of South African medical practitioners recently donated their time to take part in an Operation Smile South Africa (OSSA) mission to repair cleft lips and palates in Antananarivo, Madagascar.

 

Among the volunteers were five plastic surgeons and several anaesthetists, some whom have had to close their private practices for almost two weeks to operate on the island’s poorest.

 

“There is no money in this and one has to be prepared to operate non-stop from eight in the morning to seven o’clock at night, but for me this was an incredible experience,” said Cape Town plastic surgeon, Dr Conrad Pienaar, who specialises in cleft repair.

 

“There aren’t many of us who specialise in this field. Usually I see about three to four cases per year in private practice, but by taking part in these missions I repair 80 to 100 per year.”

 

Pienaar, who has volunteered for several OSSA missions before, said that after more than a decade of training, it did not make sense for him to start a private practice solely to perform cosmetic procedures. Reconstructive surgery constitutes only 20% of his workload these days.

 

Two South African registrars, Dr Natasha Plaatjes (anaesthesiology) and Dr O’Sharran Singh (plastic surgery), gained valuable experience by participating in the mission.

 

 

 

 

 

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O'Sharran R.Singh

MBChB [UCT] FC Plast Surg [SA] Fellow [Oxford-UK]

 

SABC  NEWS

 March 9, 2018

Carte Blanche

 March 18, 2018

THE MERCURY

 March 28, 2018

THE STAR (JHB)

 March 28, 2018

LOTUS FM

 April 3, 2017

LOTUS FM

 

On Walk the Talk with Alan Khan, Medical Monday tonight we expose how beauty is more than skin deep, and discuss everything from labiaplasty, vaginoplasty, breast reductions and augmentation, to rhinoplasty, botox, liposuction and tummy tucks.

 

Stay on the pulse of the best medical advice on South African Radio, and get free expert medical advice from acclaimed Durban Reconstructive and Plastic Surgeon Dr O'Sharran Singh.

 

Join the conversation on Walk the Talk with Alan Khan, 7 to 8 tonight

Call us in studio on 089 310 8789 to share your views

-only on lotus FM...- with Diresh Sinath Danagati Das and 3 others

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE BUSH TELEGRAPH ZIMBALI

 March 2017

Daily News - 26 January 2017

South African Doctors Make Madagascar Smile

 October 5, 2010

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A team of South African medical practitioners recently donated their time to take part in an Operation Smile South Africa (OSSA) mission to repair cleft lips and palates in Antananarivo, Madagascar.

 

Among the volunteers were five plastic surgeons and several anaesthetists, some whom have had to close their private practices for almost two weeks to operate on the island’s poorest.

 

“There is no money in this and one has to be prepared to operate non-stop from eight in the morning to seven o’clock at night, but for me this was an incredible experience,” said Cape Town plastic surgeon, Dr Conrad Pienaar, who specialises in cleft repair.

 

“There aren’t many of us who specialise in this field. Usually I see about three to four cases per year in private practice, but by taking part in these missions I repair 80 to 100 per year.”

 

Pienaar, who has volunteered for several OSSA missions before, said that after more than a decade of training, it did not make sense for him to start a private practice solely to perform cosmetic procedures. Reconstructive surgery constitutes only 20% of his workload these days.

 

Two South African registrars, Dr Natasha Plaatjes (anaesthesiology) and Dr O’Sharran Singh (plastic surgery), gained valuable experience by participating in the mission.