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Dr. Paul Pienaar is a registered Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon with the Association of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons of South Africa (APRASSA).

In his successful practice, Dr Pienaar primarily focus on Cosmetic Surgery procedures like breast surgery, liposuction, abdominoplasty, otoplasty, facelifts and many more. From his consulting rooms at the Centurion Cosmetic Clinic, he performs his surgical procedures in the state of the art theatres of the Centurion Day Hospital that is located on the same premises.

Highlights of Dr. Paul Pienaar’s earlier reconstructive and plastic surgery carreer: As Senior House Officer for Plastic Surgery at the Mount Vernon Hospital in London, he gained international exposure. He also served as Registrar for the Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the University of Pretoria before qualifying as Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon (MMed Plast) in 2005.

Dr. Paul Pienaar has immense passion for and experience in the field of Vascular Malformation Surgery and he has been treating hemangiomas and vascular malformations since1988. He also performs the Vascular Malformation Surgery at the Centurion Day Hospital.

Dr. Pienaar is known for his professional friendly bedside manner. He offers patients extensive pre-operative guidance where the patient’s needs and expectations will be discussed in detail. He is remarkably attentive to any complaints or concerns the patients may have, offering the best solution for each patient’s unique needs and circumstances. After obtaining the patient’s medical and surgical history, an in-depth study is performed where Dr. Pienaar identifies any risk factors that may be involved. A physical examination is then conducted to ensure that the patient will be able to undergo surgery safely.

Dr. Pienaar believes in an honest and objective approach and will discuss all opinions with the patient and answer any questions or concerns they may have. He feels it is also necessary to discuss postoperative care and possible complications, ensuring that the patient is at ease and ready for their surgical journey.


Dr. Liana Volkwyn is a Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon registered with the Association of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons of South Africa (APRASSA).

She has been in practice since 2015 and her main focus is on Cosmetic Surgery procedures (body and facial), facial soft tissue reconstruction, and Rhinoplasty (nose surgery). Dr. Liana practices at the Centurion Cosmetic Clinic and performs her surgery in the state of the art theatres of the Centurion Day Hospital.

Dr. Volkwyn completed her studies and training in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the University of Pretoria. She also spent a year managing a 15 bed Burn Unit at the Kalafong Academic Hospital, prior to moving into the private practice sector. She then joined the Rhinoplasty Society of Europe in 2016, as she had always displayed a keen interest in functional and aesthetic Rhinoplasty.

Dr. Volkwyn is well known for her compassionate and friendly bedside manner. She has a professional, warm and approachable practice.

She spends considerable time with each patient, to determine their goals and expectations and need a lot of information before making decisions. Educating patients regarding different options available, expected outcomes and the risks involved are very important when planning a cosmetic surgical journey where patient safety is the number one priority. It is her belief that teamwork between the surgeon and patient will lead to happy outcomes.


Dr. Eddie Moller is a Specialist Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon with almost 32 years’ experience in the field.

He qualified as a medical doctor at the University of Pretoria. During his studies, he developed a special interest in surgery; in particular, the surgical ability to restore and alter the human body – whether to improve its functioning or appearance.

Dr. Moller obtained his specialist degree as a plastic and reconstructive surgeon in 1991 and set up his private practice in 1992 the following year. Dr Moller is an active member of APRASSA (The Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons of Southern Africa) is. His specific surgical interests are Breast surgery, Abdominoplasty, Facial Rejuvenation, Eyelid surgery, Liposuction, Otoplasty in children, Rhinoplasty, and CA treatments.

To stay up to date with the latest developments and techniques, he regularly attends congresses and workshops, expanding and enhancing his service offering. Dr. Moller will, however, only undertake a new procedure once he is convinced of its safety and efficacy, insisting that his patients always receive the best verifiable benefits from surgery.

“As a plastic and reconstructive surgeon, my goal is to attain a harmonious balance between aesthetics and function. I am guided by two chief concerns: achieving natural results and at the same time putting the patient’s safety first. I prioritise the consultation, discussing the various surgical and non-surgical techniques available. I aspire to have a clear understanding of the patient’s needs and expectations, always encouraging realistic goals.

Even cosmetic surgery is based on reconstructive principles and no reconstructive surgery is done without trying to improve the aesthetic appearance. So as a plastic surgeon, I am trained in and use aspects of cosmetic and reconstructive surgery in every case.