Karan Singh, MD

Karan Singh, MD
Orange County Urology Associates 26800 Crown Valley Parkway
Mission Viejo, CA 92691

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About Karan Singh, MD

Specializing in all aspects of Urology including no-needle, no scalpel vasectomies, incontinence surgery, kidney stone surgery, treatment of enlarged prostate including Greenlight laser procedures, treatments for prostate and bladder cancer
Primary Specialty


Practice Orange County Urology Associates
Gender Male
Education Univ Of Ca, Los Angeles, Ucla Sch Of Med, Los Angeles Ca 90024
Training Univ Ca San Diego Med Ctr, Urology Univ Ca San Diego Med Ctr, General Surgery
Services Karan Singh, MD provides urology services in Mission Viejo, CA. A Urologist is trained to diagnose, treat and manage diseases of the urinary tract and male reproductive system, including prostatitis, kidney stones and urinary tract infections.

Please call Orange County Urology Associates at (949) 855-1101 to schedule an appointment in Mission Viejo, CA or to get more information.
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Recent Reviews
Did you have to wait long after you arrived for your appointment?
No, they were ready for me right after I arrived.
Does this urologist give unbiased advice?
Absolutely! I always get sound, helpful, and completely unbiased advice!
Was it easy to find parking at this urologist's office?
Yes, it was convenient
How would you compare this urologist to others in his/her field that you have visited?
There is no comparison!
Was this urologist's staff friendly?
Yes, they went above and beyond
by Brenda Elliott
Was this urologist's staff friendly?
Yes, they went above and beyond
Was this urologist friendly?
Very! The most welcoming office I've visited!
Are you going to visit this urologist again?
Without a doubt!
Was it easy to make an appointment with this urologist?
Yes! It was effortless!
Did this urologist answer all of your questions?
Every question I had was answered thoroughly
by Anonymous
As I am a female, I found it odd that Dr. Singh showed me where my problem was on a male diagram. Our plumbing is quite dissimilar!?! Also odd that he says a digital CT has such low resolution that an x-ray was preferred. I had a kidney stone and it didn't even show up on the x-ray; as I understand it, if they're not calcium-based they won't. So why an x-ray? When it didn't show, he wanted to preform a lipotripsy, said if it didn't work maybe the pain wasn't from a stone after all.
by 12345