Calling Dr. Jennifer Walden a trail blazer is an understatemkent. The Texas-based plastic surgeon is one of a few women in the male dominated field of aesthetic surgery.
Walden is the founder of MedSpa Walden Cosmetic Surgery and Laser Center, a fully accredited facility in Austin, Texas. Walden and her 16-member all female staff strive to make their patients true partners when it comes to face, breast, nose, genital and full-body plastic surgery. Walden and her staff carefully listen to their patients in a non-judgmental environment in order to help them obtain the look they desire.
She utilizes the most modern 3D imaging technology to help patients see what they will look like after their surgery. Walden relies on the diVA laser and ThermiVaradifrequency to perform noninvasive vaginal surgery. For hair transplant procedures, Walden uses the SmartGraft device, and what Dr Walden knows.
A sought-after public speaker, Walden shares her knowledge at national conferences. She is also a member of the board of directors of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery in addition to being its commissioner of communications.
She is also active in a variety of philanthropic pursuits, including Austin Lymphoma and Leukemia Society; the Guardian Angel Society, which helps abused children; the Food in Tummies program sponsored by the Junior League of Austin; and the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women initiative.
A native of Austin, Walden received her medical degree from the University of Texas and began her practice in Manhattan before returning to the Lone Star State in order to be closer to family and friends.
Taking a page out of Sheryl Sanderson’s popular book, “Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead,” Walden believes passionately that women can have it all – meaning that a successful career and happy, loving home life are possible, and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jennifer_Walden.
Walden herself practices what she believes. She is mom to two twin boys, Houston and Rex, who were conceived via IVF after Walden failed to become pregnant via intrauterine inseminations.
In addition to her medical work, Walden also consults for several companies, including ThermiAesthetics and Scion Inc, and more information click here.