Jennifer Walden – Continuing on Course with the Cosmetic Surgery Culture
It‘s easy to imagine how Jennifer Walden would end up with a career in the cosmetic culture. She was born to a family of the medical field which her father was a dentist, and her mother was a surgical nurse.
As an Anderson High School graduate and University of Texas undergraduate with a Biology degree, Jennifer applied to medicinal school at the University of Texas Medical Branch.
She eventually moved to Manhattan, New York where she would learn about aesthetic surgery in a fellowship class. During this on-hand experience, Walden was instructed by the department’s presiding officer, Dr. Sherrell Aston.
Since her residency training in Texas, she would now pursue her special subject in exquisite surgery. As her fellowship continues, Jennifer would enjoy world-known authorities in aesthetic plastic surgery.
While gaining technology for body and face surgery, Walden served as Administrator in the Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital Aesthetic Surgery Fellowship before moving back to Austin.
Now, after a successful practice in New York, Dr. Jennifer Walden is back in her home time since 2011. As a female plastic surgeon, Jennifer has worked that advantage well in treating a majority of women with cosmetic surgeries.
Being a mother of twin boys, she can empathize and sympathize with her women patients. Besides, Walden shares the same experiences as that number of mothers whose bodies went through changes during pregnancy.
Therefore, when they explained to her about the surgery, they need for different parts of their body, Jennifer knows how to perform it without judging or making them feel uncomfortable. And this gives Dr. Walden the advantage over many male surgeons.
After practicing plastic surgery for eight years, her concentration is on cosmetic surgery, which includes:
- Rhinoplasties which is known as nose jobs
- Breast augmentations
- Eyelid lifts
Unusual as it was, Dr. Jennifer Walden delayed having children and went through the medical training as necessary to become a surgeon.