Dr. Jennifer Walden spent long hours and years perfecting her craft as a physician that specializes in cosmetic surgery. With 5 years of post-med and 1 to 2 years of the fellowship most surgeons undergo, Dr. Walden went to New York practice surgery.
After 8 years Dr. Walden moved back to her roots, Austin, Texas, to raise her new twin little boys. Being a woman and going through experiences like pregnancy and birth, Dr. Walden believes she has a strong empathetic connection to them. There are approximately 8,100 cosmetic surgeons in the United States, only 851 of them are women. With the field of cosmetic surgery being predominately male, she believes she can give a little more than some of her male colleagues. Of the percent of all cosmetic surgeries that are done, 91 percent of them are on women. Being someone who underwent cosmetic surgery herself she relates to her patients extremely well.
Dr. Walden believes a doctors job is to make patients happy and feel better mentally and physically. Cosmetic surgery does just that. It has a way of helping individuals who may have felt trapped inside their body to now have a new sense of confidence. Confidence and self-esteem are linked to overall health. Less stress in the mind reduces the presence of illness. She performs different types of surgeries such as liposuctions, breast augmentations, face-lifts, eyelid lifts, and rhinoplasties, Botox, and soft-tissue filler injections.
Currently residing in Austin, Texas the thought of this city is quite liberal. She has many patients looking to take their bodies to places they can freely enjoy. Dr. Walden recognizes these are extreme surgeries and will refuse a surgery if she believes it will not succeed. However, when possible she loves to help patients reach their best emotional and physical health.