Atlanta Bowtie Plastic Surgeon

Dr Stanley Okoro, also known as, Atlanta bowtie Plastic Surgeon enjoys his classic look in the operating theater. Dr. Okoro wear his bowtie’s both in the operating room and the clinic. Rumor has it that he might even sleep with his bowtie. Dr Okoro denies ever sleeping with a bowtie. In his office, the bowtie are called the O tie for Okoro tie.

Why Does Dr. Okoro wear his O – Tie?

Besides being an internationally renowned Plastic Surgeon, who is double board certified both in plastic surgery and general surgery, Dr Okoro enjoys looking good everywhere both in and out of the operating room.  Dr. Okoro sees himself as a classic plastic surgeon who differentiates himself by paying attention to every small detail. He wants his patients to look amazing and the bowtie is a great reminder of how happy he loves his job. Besides, he needs to maintain his reputation as the Atlanta Bowtie Plastic Surgeon. He has an extensive experience in cosmetic & reconstructive surgery of the breast, body, and face.

Why Dr Okoro has many O- Tie?

Many of his patients bought him bowties with their favorite color for good luck in surgery. Dr. Okoro, the Atlanta bowtie plastic surgeon has over 100 different o ties including bowties make out of wood, metal, glass, plastic and paper.


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