Dr. Jennifer Walden – Author, Commentator, Cosmetic Surgeon

Dr. Jennifer Walden – Author, Commentator, Cosmetic Surgeon

Jennifer Walden is a cosmetic surgeon born and raised in Austin, TX. Her practice is also based in Austin. She is also a media commentator, a renowned academic, author, and founder of her own medical practice, Jennifer L Walden, M.D., PLLC.

She also founded Walden Cosmetic Surgery Center, PLLC, which is a private cosmetic surgical practice and surgical ambulatory center in Austin. It has a satellite office in Marble Hills, TX.

She began her medical career far from Texas in Manhattan at the Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital, and was reviewed as one of Harper’s Bazaar’s 24 Best Beauty Surgeons in 2014.

Walden has worked as a medical consultant on television, having been featured as an expert medical commentator in the field of cosmetic surgery by E!, Fox News, ABC News, Dr. 90210 and more.

Walden is also a member of the prestigious Modern Aesthetics’ and Plastic Surgery Practice’s Editorial Board of Directors. In part due to her stellar reviews, she is one of the very few female doctors to be nominated to sit on the Board of Directors of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.

As a writer, she co-authored a textbook on cosmetic surgery, Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.

Walden’s primary focus is on cosmetic surgery, which include breast enlargement, face-lifts, eyelid lifts, and rhinoplasties, which are commonly known as nose jobs. She is one of the highest-rated doctors in her field.

Walden knows that a female cosmetic surgeon is a rarity. Of the roughly 8,000 board-certified cosmetic surgeons in the United States, only about 800 are women—about 10 percent. And only about a dozen female cosmetic surgeons work in Texas. To know more about him click here.

This is despite the fact that 91 percent of all cosmetic surgeries are performed on women.

When asked why she chose to specialize in cosmetic surgery, Walden explains: “But one of my goals was to help women, to help them improve upon themselves, and the way I saw it, surgery was a way for women to have a better quality of life and a self-confidence they’d never felt. Instead of them living with a real sense of strife about their appearance, surgery made them happy. It made them better—and isn’t that the whole reason you become a doctor in the first place?”

It’s no wonder Dr. Walden is one of the top reviewed doctors in the country. Dr Walden on YouTube.