Give a smile – get one back, thanks to Section 18A

Give a smile – get one back, thanks to Section 18A

Did you know that donations to Operation Smile South Africa are tax deductible in terms of Section 18A of the Income Tax Act 58 of 1962? Section 18A is the government’s way of encouraging South African tax payers – individuals and companies – to support local...
Rhinoplasty changes lives

Rhinoplasty changes lives

Rhinoplasty, commonly known as a ‘nose job’ is a surgical procedure for repairing or altering the appearance of the nose. Reconstructive surgery may be needed if the nose is damaged. For example, in a car accident – as well as in cases where it did not form properly...
Dental obturators – what are they and what do they do?

Dental obturators – what are they and what do they do?

  When we think of dental care, we tend to focus on teeth, and the things that can go wrong with them – from cavities, to teeth that emerge twisted or out of place. While most of us know about dental bridges, crowns and braces to straighten teeth, obturators are...
Breastfeeding challenges for moms of babies born with cleft

Breastfeeding challenges for moms of babies born with cleft

  Breast milk is universally regarded as the ideal source of nutrition for infants. It is rich in essential nutrients that promote healthy growth and development, as well as natural antibodies that protect newborns from disease. Breastfed babies have a lower risk...
Racing for charity is a win-win

Racing for charity is a win-win

  If you’re already a seasoned runner, cyclist, swimmer or adventurer, choosing to use your event to raise funds for charity adds a whole new dimension to the challenge. And if you’ve never done anything sporty before, it’s a great motivator to get up off the...