The pedigree and history of Dr. Jennifer Walden is quite interesting and at some points even a little inspiring. It starts in Austin, Texas where she holds a scholastic record for being Salutatorian of her graduating class at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston. Then, it continues to the Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital located in New York for her aesthetic surgery fellowship. With her medical education and training complete, Dr. Jennifer Walden performs and practices plastic surgery for a number of years within NYC. However, the needs of her family prove to be her top priority as she returns to Texas with her twin sons.
As interesting and facinating as Dr. Jennifer Walden’s career path looks in retrospect, it pales in comparison to her insights and point of view concerning the field in which she practices. Her knowledge base and prowess are the result of performing plastic surgery for eight years. Her focus in this field is exclusively for cosmetic surgery and includes procedures such as rhinoplasty, breast augmentation, facelifts and eyelids. She also performs liposuction on common areas of the body as well as Botox injections and soft tissue fills for things like laugh or worry lines.
Dr. Jennifer Walden’s insight also includes being aware of the fact that her presence as a woman in the medical field of plastic surgery is something not often seen. At the end of the day, she is one of a handful of female doctors affiliated with the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery who practice in Texas. This state of affairs does not bothered her at all. As a matter of fact, she has a way of thinking and performing that turns her rarity into a distinct advantage. Being a mother of two children, she understands what female patients are looking for when they go to a plastic surgeon’s office better than her male colleagues. Just being a good female surgeon allows women to be more at ease with plastic surgery procedures all together.