- Jennifer Walden is a woman of multidimensional facets. She is a popular plastic surgeon from the USA, a commentator in media, educational author and the founder of the leading plastic surgery practice in Austin. She is regarded as one of the leading beauty surgeons in Austin and other parts of the country with her passion for plastic surgery and intensive expertise in her portfolio. She is also a renowned commentator on plastic surgery, and she was featured on different channels such as Fox News, ABC News, VH1, E!, and so on. Her textbook named “Aesthetic Plastic Surgery” is highly acclaimed by the plastic surgeon’s communities and she has written numerous articles and research papers on this topic as well.
Jennifer is a native from Austin where she was born on 17th November 1971. She attended Anderson High School and then she graduated from the University of Texas with her undergraduate degree in Biology. Later on, she attended University of Texas Medical Branch and achieved MD qualification with distinction.
After completing her residency at the medical school, Jennifer secured a fellowship in Aesthetic Surgery at the Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital. This was an amazing opportunity for Jennifer to develop her competencies as a plastic surgeon and be a part of numerous clinical trials including the reintroduction of silicone breast implants. After working in this Manhattan hospital more than seven years, Jennifer returned to Austin and opened up a private practice here in 2011 and a satellite office.
From the very beginning, Jennifer Walden was focused on providing state of the art aesthetic and plastic surgery services to the community of Austin. She uses some advanced technology for her practice that includes but not limits to ThermiVa (temperature-controlled radiofrequency system for vaginal rejuvenation) and Vectra (3d imaging technology). She has also developed modern instruments for breast surgery as well. With advanced technology and her passion, she has made an unprecedented mark in the Austin community. For her achievements and work, she was featured as a spokeswoman for the ASAPS in Daily Mail and recognized as the “The Best Plastic Surgeons” by American Way in 2015.