Cosmetic plastic surgery has received a bad reputation ever since it became popular in the sixties. Today, there are 8,100 board-certified members in the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, but only 851 of those are women. That didn’t prevent Dr. Jennifer Walden from becoming one of the best plastic surgeons in the U.S.
She was involved in a thriving practice in NYC, and now she has brought her talents back to her hometown Austin, Texas where she grew up. Dr, Walden is able to add a feminine perspective to help women who come to her for help. Her practice revolves around cosmetic surgery, which includes breast augmentations, rhinoplasties or “nose jobs,” facelifts, eyelid lifts, liposuction on the abdomen, inner thighs, and arms, and other minimally invasive procedures such as Botox injections and filling soft-tissue. These procedures cost between $7,000 – $10,000 per procedure.
Dr. Walden’s goal in performing this surgery is to allow these improvements to give women more self-confidence and a better quality of life. Jennifer allows them to feel better about themselves so they do not go through life with continual disdain about their appearance.
Dr. Jennifer Walden has been registered as a Super Doctor since 2014 and was selected as one of the 24 Best Beauty Physicians in the United States by Harper’s Magazine in the same year. She attended the University of Texas and received her Medical Doctorate with Highest Honors at the University of Texas Medical Branch. To become a plastic surgeon, she participated in five years of post–medical school training and another two years in a fellowship.
After completing her residency, she moved to New York City for eight years and became program director of the Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital, a prestigious position. Dr. Walden is known internationally for her superior work and is honored for her skills and abilities. She has since moved back to Austin and has built another successful practice. She is also a philanthropist who believes in giving back to her community. Dr. Walden is honored for ber practice, as an author and for her work assisting those in need.