Jennifer Walden is an Austin, Texas plastic surgeon who began her career at Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital. She eventually opened her own aesthetic plastic surgery practice, MedSpa Walden Cosmetic Surgery and Laser Center, in her hometown Austin, where she grew up and attended the University of Texas and the University of Texas Medical Branch. Walden is quite famous for her expertise and is known as the first doctor to perform labiaplasties and vaginoplasties with a laser. She performs plastic surgeries on the whole body, including the breasts, face and genitals, in addition to making improvements on previous surgeries.
At 46, Walden is a member of the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, which has few women members. She is also on the Modern Aesthetics and Plastic Surgery Practices Board of Directors and has been featured on VH1, ABC News, Fox News, Dr. 90210 and E!. Dr. Walden is also co-author of the book Aesthetic Plastic surgery, and learn more about Dr. Walden.
Walden’s success as a plastic surgeon shows that women can balance a successful career and family life. She is the mother of twin boys as well as one of the very few women in the field of plastic surgery. Her family and professional life both exemplify her philosophy that women should believe in themselves and never compromise in any aspect of their lives, and http://www.harpersbazaar.com/beauty/advice/a1938/the-best-beauty-surgeons-0414/.
At her facility, which has an all-female staff, she believes in inclusive decision making; patients are fully involved in the decisions and never feel they are being judged. They even have access to 3D imaging that lets them see exactly what to expect after surgery. Dr. Walden takes pride in empowering women by helping them “look like they themselves want to look.”
In addition to her ability to uplift women through her career, Dr. Walden actively promotes technological innovations and community organizations. For instance, she is a spokesperson for aesthetic companies and regularly speaks at conferences and social media networks about techniques in her field. Additionally, Dr. Walden supports organizations that fight leukemia, lymphoma, cancer, child hunger, child abuse and heart disease.