Austin based plastic surgeon Dr. Jennifer Walden works to give her patients the best care that she can. Rather than work for the love of money or for the sake of vanity, Dr. Walden believes that her work helps people to become the best person they can be. By helping improve their looks, Dr. Walden greatly helps their outlook on life and overall self-image. Dr. Walden herself has had cosmetic surgery previously and she believes this gives her some insight and empathy concerning her patients’ wishes.
Dr. Walden went to the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston before starting her practice. She was the salutatorian of her class before completing her aesthetic surgery fellowship at the Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital. She started her practice at New York City before returning to the city of Austin in 2011.
One of the keys to Dr. Walden’s success is her ability to empathize. Over 90% of cosmetic surgeries are preformed on women. With so few board-certified female plastic surgeons in general, many patients are able to open up to Dr. Walden in a way they feel they can’t with a male cosmetic surgeon. Dr. Walden understands many of the plights and desires of her patients and is able to understand where they come from in terms of what they want. Many of her patients feel as though they can discuss changes they want without judgment. Dr. Walden has herself had botox and believes she will someday have a diastasis repair. This helps her to further connect with her patients.
Today Dr. Walden is raising her twin sons in Austin while practicing her craft. She believes wholeheartedly that her work is immensely helpful to women and hopes to continue her work for years to come.
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