Jennifer Walden, A Female Doctor Who Does It All

Dr. Jennifer Walden is an Austin, TX native who has a very busy life. The city she comes from is vibrant and full of demand for the services she provides. She runs a cosmetic plastic surgery business in her hometown and is very proud of her two twin boys. She touts them as her greatest blessings after an extensive search for IVF and now being a single mom. She values practicing promoting health and wellbeing so that outer beauty and inner beauty match people’s health and lifestyle. Her in-house 3D imaging equipment allows for her patients to be able to visualize the outcome of their proposed procedure and more

Dr. Walden is also one of the female plastic surgeons in her field. She believes that women should be able to lead and have both fulfilling careers and personal lives. She regularly speaks on laser techniques in the plastic surgery field. She has been the among the first to adopt laser and radio frequency technology in the use of cosmetic plastic surgery practices. Since this is often used for face lifting, implants, and grafting, there is a female bent to this as well. Dr. Walden is especially pleased that she has been able to build her practice with an all-female team. These facts make her highly sought after by news media. When she isn’t appearing or interviewing for CBS, ABC, or Fox News, or various other publications, she is helping others. She does philanthropy work by volunteering and providing for the less fortunate. She is also a spokesperson for numerous medical aesthetic companies. Dr. Walden is also civic minded and engages regularly with groups such as the Austin Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, the Guardian Angel Society, Junior League of Austin’s Food in Tummies program, the AMA’s Go Red for Women campaign, and also the Forest Trails Elementary School and Eanes Education foundation for funding teachers. She also has a website and can be followed on Facebook and Twitter.

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