The Educational Background and Current Practices of Dr. Jennifer Walden

Dr. Jennifer Walden is well known for her contributions in the field of plastic surgery. Dr. Walden grew up in Austin, Texas where she attended Anderson High School and then the University of Texas, where she acquired her degree in biology. She then went on to attend the Medical Branch of the University of Texas in Galveston. She was rewarded for her hard work and dedication to her studies at the Medical Branch of the University by being named salutatorian for her graduating class. She then accepted a fellowship at the Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital in New York, where she studied aesthetic surgery under the department chairman, Dr. Sherrell Aston.


After completing her fellowship in Manhattan, Jennifer Walden decided to stay in New York to work in the field of plastic surgery, so remained for another seven years. The various accomplishments she has achieved in the field of plastic surgery include being among the first to use a technological form of imaging known as Vectra. This process allows a doctor to create a three dimensional image of what a patient will look like after their plastic surgery is completed. Dr. Walden also co-authored a book on plastic surgery and is an acting consultant for many companies in the field of aesthetics.


Dr. Jennifer Walden currently practices back in her hometown of Austin, Texas at the Walden Cosmetic Surgery and Laser Center, which she established after returning home. She focuses her skills on procedures that primarily fall into the category of cosmetic surgery. Among some of the more common procedures she offers are breast augmentations, rhinoplasties or nose jobs, vaginal rejuvenation, face-lifts and eyelid lifts. She can also provide cosmetic changes through the use of injectables or radio frequency therapies. The procedures available through her center also include those involving laser technology.

January 19, 2017

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