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Meet Dr. Wade Brock

Little Rock Oculoplastic & Facial Cosmetic Surgeon

Dr. Wade Brock is a board-certified oculoplastic and facial cosmetic surgeon. He specializes in ophthalmic plastic reconstructive and cosmetic surgery (aka. ocululoplastic surgery) and facial plastic reconstructive and cosmetic surgery.

Dr. Wade Brock has practiced in Little Rock, Arkansas since 2004. A native of Arkansas, he was raised in Van Buren, where he had wonderful parents, friends, teachers and employers who each, in their own way, contributed to his education and success.

Meet Dr. Brock

Cosmetic Procedures

Upper eyelid blepharoplasty

Cosmetic upper eyelid blepharoplasty is a highly effective procedure for reducing the signs of aging or familial traits in your upper eyelids. Patients who seek cosmetic blepharoplasty frequently confide that their eyelids make them look old or tired. As you age, the skin around the eyelids loses collagen and forms wrinkles. In addition, the upper eyelids can bulge forward, or look “puffy”—especially near your nose.These very common aging features can create a distraction on an otherwise beautiful face.

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Before & After Photos

We encourage you to browse through the before and after gallery, allowing you to get a better idea of the amazing results Dr. Brock consistently delivers to each of his patients in his Little Rock Plastic Surgery office.

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Client Reviews

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Reconstructive Procedures

Skin Cancer

If you have recently been diagnosed with skin cancer of your eyelid or face, or have concerns that you may have skin cancer, we want you to be assured that Dr. Brock and his staff understand your concerns. Dr. Brock and his staff are committed to offering the very best oculoplastic and facial surgery services needed for your treatment.

Did you know that skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States? Skin cancer involves abnormal growths of skin cells that can form anywhere on the body, but most frequently appear on skin that is exposed to the sun.

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