Facial Plastic and Cosmetic Surgeon in Little Rock, Arkansas

Dr. Jim English and staff welcome you to the English Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery Center

Dr. English, a triple board certified surgeon within his specialties has practiced in Little Rock, Arkansas for the past 30 years.

It is our goal to achieve the most beautiful facial plastic and body cosmetic enhancements that are realistically possible. It’s no wonder many of our patients travel from around the United States to have their procedures performed by Dr. English.

Our number one priority is always you. From the moment you walk through the doors of our office, we want you to feel comfortable, cared for and informed about your possibilities.

Request Your Personalized Consultation

To schedule your personalized consultation call us today at 501.227.9556.

Our professional staff will try our best to schedule convenient appointments, listen to your desires and authentically address your cosmetic / facial plastic enhancement concerns.
English Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery Center wants to provide expert and compassionate care from beginning to end while maintaining your privacy and confidentiality.
A referral to our practice is the ultimate compliment and we strive to exceed expectations on a daily basis. We invite you to experience the higher level of care we provide.
Dr. English’s New Book – Reflections of the Heart
Reflections of the Heart offers a personal look at the experiences of individual patients in a facial plastic and cosmetic surgeon’s practice. The opening chapter by Dr. Jim English provides fascinating insights on his 30 year career in his chosen field of endeavor. The subsequent chapters present the stories of 16 patients who underwent cosmetic surgeries and the impact these surgeries had in transforming their lives.
Call our office to purchase your copy. 501-227-9556
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By lr-clientservices 05 Apr, 2016


Breast lifting procedures have undergone a paradigm shift in the past several years to include a procedure known as a vertical mammoplasty. This surgical technique when indicated can produce a more attractive breast with less scarring than the more conventional procedures that have been performed over the past several decades. With few exceptions, I have gone to this style of operative technique in my practice. This type of surgery is especially indicated in patients who have small to moderate sized breasts and a significant amount of ptosis or sagging. The goal is to remove unwanted, loose skin while reshaping the remaining tissue into a more youthful breast mound. If implants are desired, these are placed in a separate procedure several months later to allow the incisions from the vertical mammoplasty to heal without tension. If you need more information or would like to see some of our before and after pictures, please call us at your convenience.

By lr-clientservices 05 Apr, 2016

Women have been trying to improve their skin aesthetically for centuries. Egyptians used to bathe in sour milk for their skin not knowing that it was the lactic acid content that we use today to produce the desired results. The French during the Renaissance used red wine on their faces to take advantage of the tartaric acid contained within the grapes. People of middle eastern descent would exfoliate their skin by using fire to lightly singe themselves.

All of this was done in the interest of improving the quality of their skin by producing a selective insult to its surface to facilitate the body’s healing powers with epidermal and dermal remodeling. The real breakthrough came during the 1800’s when phenol peels came of age. That remained the gold standard until laser resurfacing became available in the 1990’s. However, the recovery time and the occasional complication soon made this modality of treatment less desirable even though when properly performed, produced as good a result as the Baker Gordon phenol peels of the past generation. Today as technology has tried to refine the CO2 laser, it has done so by partially or fractionally ablating/removing the epidermis and the upper part of the dermis (the skin’s foundation) by drilling a series of microscopic holes into the upper echelon of it. This creates a small debris field the body feels compelled to heal much like a community of people after a storm comes through and the results are significant improvement of the skin’s surface with much less downtime and/or chance for complications. If you need improvement of photo damaged skin with its attendant spots and roughened texture on your face, hands, or any other part of the body, then a fractional laser resurfacing procedure maybe just for you. Please e-mail us for more information.

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