Dr. Jennifer Walden-An Accomplished and Ambitious Beautifier

Jennifer Walden is formerly trained in Cosmetic Surgery and is a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon. She practiced in New York until relocating to Austin, Texas. She is also a member of the American College of Surgeons. She is currently the Commissioner of Communications for the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery where she oversees communications regarding authoritative global organizations. She is on the Board of Directors for the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.

 

Dr. Walden has attended Plastic Surgery in Manhattan as well as Lenox Hill Hospitals. She was also Clinical Instructor of Surgery at New York University Langone Medical Center. She currently operates her own accredited operating office at Westlake Medical Center. She holds privileges at many medical centers and hospitals. She is on a small board of plastic surgeons in Texas and was recently honored by Harper’s Bazaar as one of the nations 24 Best Surgeons in Beauty in the United States in its 2014 issue.

 

Dr. Walden specializes in mommy makeovers, soft tissue injectables, celebrity plastic surgery, breast implants, and teenage plastic surgery. She also specializes in only slightly or non-invasive procedures, general medical procedures, and lasers.

Dr. Jennifer Walden has her own lifestyle show on KVUE-TV, known as “Looking Good and Living Well With Dr. Walden” and she is a regular guest on the Fox News Channel. She has even appeared on E! TV’s Dr.90210, and VH1’s Plastic Surgery Obsession. Dr.Walden has had her comments printed in well-known magazines such as Vogue, Self, Cosmopolitan, Shape, and Absolute Magazine. She has even been featured on the cover of Italian Vogue, Austin MD, and VIVE.

 

Dr. Walden has co-authored Aesthetic Plastic Surgery-an award-winning textbook, and serves as a consultant to aesthetic companies such as ThermiAesthetics, Venus Concept, and SmartGraft.

 

Dr. Walton also makes time to give to the community. She volunteers her time and was considered to be a runner-up for Austin’s Woman of the Year. The Austin Leukemia and Lymphoma Society has raised funds for research and Dr. Walden has raised a generous amount to help fund cancer research.