Dr. Jennifer Walden is perhaps best known for her medical practice is one of America’s leading plastic surgeons. The vast majority of the medical practices that she does is in the field of cosmetic surgery. She has won numerous awards and has even been listed as one of the best beauty surgeons in America. She has been interviewed by a number of high publicity publications including Fox News, and VH1. She is currently on the American Society for aesthetic plastic surgery Board of Directors and has co-authored the textbook aesthetic plastic surgery. She was originally born in Texas in the city of Austin at both of her parents have careers in the medical field. She originally went to the University of Texas in order to receive her degree in biology and then went on to receive her medical degree from the medical branch of the University of Texas.
Dr. Jennifer Walden is one of the only female board-certified plastic surgeons but is trained to perform plastic surgery in the state of Texas. She is known for the unique approach that she takes toward plastic surgery, an approach that includes consideration for a potential patients racial and cultural backgrounds. She is one of the few female doctors that is active in aesthetic plastic surgery as it is a field that is normally dominated by male doctors. The staff of her office is comprised of mostly women, and she hopes to provide her patients a comfortable, relaxed environment.
Her practice has been able to grow significantly over the last several years in part due to her fascination with the most modern technologies. 3-D imaging technology has enabled the ability for patients to visualize their parents after surgeries. This is made the job of aesthetic plastic surgery much easier for doctors.
Dr. Jennifer Walden has been named as one of Austin’s women of the year. She is also a member of an organization that helps to protect children who are victims of abuse. This organization is known as the guardian angel society. This is a society that provides support to children who are victims of abuse. She has also helped bring awareness to heart disease that is suffered by females by serving on the executive leadership team of the American Heart Association in Austin Texas.