Dr. Singh’s Dedication to Plastic Surgery is Unparalleled
Dr. Mansher Singh is a Harvard and Hopkins trained surgeon and is board certified by the American Board of Surgery. He completed his general surgery residency and served as chief resident at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, a major teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School. During his general surgery training, Dr. Singh learnt to operate and manage extremely complicated patients affecting all aspects of their bodies. After completing general surgery, he spent another 3 years to specialize in Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Johns Hopkins Hospital has been ranked as the #1 Hospital in the United States for 21 consecutive years by US News. During his plastic surgery training, Dr. Singh mastered his skills in complex facial, breast and body aesthetic and reconstructive cases by training under visionaries and leaders of Plastic Surgery. He also served as a chief resident in Plastic & Reconstructive surgery department at Hopkins. He is committed to providing unwavering services and cares to his patients. He has mastered his skills in complex facial, breast, and body aesthetic and reconstructive cases by training under visionaries and leaders of Plastic Surgery.
Dr. Singh furthered his craft in plastic surgery by doing a fellowship in facial plastic surgery under world renowned plastic surgeons.
Dr. Singh has perfected and thoroughly enjoys doing deep plane facelift surgeries. Dr. Singh’s practice is based out of Manhattan, New York.
In addition to his aesthetic work, Dr. Singh is passionate about giving back to society and served as the chief coordinator for ‘prayatna’ (Hindi for effort) – a non-profit organization aimed to promote healthcare in the underserved populations.
He received a Certificate of Appreciation from U.S Consulate General in Guayaquil, Ecuador, for significant professional and humanitarian volunteer services and serving in cleft lip/palate mission trips.