Dr. Jennifer Walden is a certified plastic surgeon, academic, and media commentator based in Texas. She was mentored by Dr. Sherrell Aston while working at the Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital in Manhattan. She studied at the University of Texas where she graduated with an undergraduate degree in Biology. Walden later graduated with a degree in medicine from the University of Texas Medical Branch. While practicing at the Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital, Walden managed to get a fellowship in aesthetic surgery. She later joined the New York City’s Upper East Side where she played a critical role in bringing back silicone breath implants by participating in a series of clinical trials. To know more about her click here.
Walden began her private practice in 2011 after returning to Austin, tax. In 2014, Walden set up a satellite office in Marble Falls, Texas. Throughout her practice, Walden is known to use advanced technologies. The most interesting thing is that Walden has always been involved in the development of major technologies that are currently being used in cosmetic surgery. She is known to use technologies such as Thermiva and Vectra in most of her practices. The ThermiVA technology is applied in virginal rejuvenation and tightening. Before doing surgery, she uses a 3-3D imaging technology or Vectra to visualize how a patient looks like. Walden on LinkedIn.
Walden serves as consultant for various aesthetic companies that include; Sciton Inc, Ideal Implant, Venus Concept, and ThermiAesthetcis. She has made major contributions in the development of cosmetic surgery as a medical field. Walden is a member of various professional organizations such as American College of Surgeons, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, and the prestigious American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. In addition, Walden is Vice Commissioner of Communications for the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery where she also serves on the Board of Directors.