Dr. Jennifer Walden is a gifted physician and a native of Austin Texas. She is a fully certified aesthetic plastic surgeon who has been able to compete well in the male-dominated field. Dr. Jennifer Walden does all kinds of plastic surgery including breast, face, and genitals. She also does nonsurgical operations. Walden is keen on perfecting her work and often does revision surgeries. She makes sure her clients make conscious choices, and her procedures are safe in addition to giving the best results.
The plastic surgeon was previously based in New York City but came back home to be close to her family as well as for the numerous opportunities and a favorable business environment in her hometown. She believes excellent communication and cooperation has been able to make her business better which has led to its constant growth. Her team is unique as it is exclusively female which is quite rare especially in her field.
Walden embraces technology and has incorporated it in her MediSpawhich has seen her practice grow tremendously. She is also the pioneer in using diVa laser and ThermiVa radiofrequency as a medical professional in Austin. Jennifer speaks for top aesthetic companies like Cynosure and SmartGraft. She is also an executive of The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. Walden is as well continuously consulted on matters regarding health and beauty.
Jennifer had mentors throughout her life whom she believes made her who she is now. She believes in giving back by mentoring other women too. Jennifer is a single mother of two twin boys by choice. She has a male au pair whom she and her boys relate with well.
She graduated from Texas University with a degree in Biology. Walden later went to University of Texas Medical Branch where she obtained her MD. She further sharpened her skills at Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital where she earned a fellowship in aesthetic surgery. She has written several articles and won numerous awards. Jennifer is also philanthropist as exhibited in her various contributions to charity organizations like Guardian Angel Society and Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.