Dr. Eric Wright is a board-certified plastic surgeon who provides a variety of procedures at his private practice in Little Rock, Wright Plastic Surgery.
Specializing in aesthetic and reconstructive plastic surgery, Wright has an impressive background.
An Arkansas native, he attended both the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville and the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, where he graduated as a Barton Scholar. He later completed his integrated plastic and reconstructive surgery residency at Stanford University Hospital, and afterward, continued his training in an aesthetic and reconstructive breast fellowship at the historic teaching hospital of Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. During this time, Wright also served as a plastic surgery clinical instructor at Harvard Medical School.
“I love that plastic surgery is the combination of aesthetically restoring and improving the function of the human body,” Wright says.
Having acquired the most progressive techniques being used today in breast cancer reconstruction and revision surgery following breast augmentation, Wright sees patients who travel from all over for consultations.
However, work isn’t everything to Wright. When not working, he can be found with family — his wife, two daughters and on-the-way son. To add to his profile, he’s also an avid reader, cyclist and pianist.
His words to live by? “A cheerful heart is good medicine,” Proverbs 17:22.