Dr. Walden is brilliant and a successful Aesthetic Surgeon in Austin, Texas

Dr. Jennifer Walden is a Board-Certified Aesthetic Surgeon. At a tender age, Dr. Jennifer Walden had always loved science and more so surgery, which she viewed as an art. The passion to be a surgeon started growing when she was in her eighth grade when her teacher commented that she had the hands of a surgeon. In addition to this, her parents were in the medical field; her father was a dentist while her mother was a surgical nurse. She was, therefore, exposed to this arena since she was young and fully understands what it entails and the work ethic associated with caring for people on a daily basis.

Dr. Jennifer Walden went to Anderson High School located in Austin, and later graduated from the University of Texas with a Bachelor degree in Biology. She always wanted to be a surgeon, so she pursued a medical doctorate at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston. Here, her performance was exemplary, and she graduated as a salutatorian. After school, Dr. Jennifer Walden moved to New York to pursue her interest in aesthetic surgery at Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital for the next eight years. During her stay, she gained tremendous experience through interacting with world class cosmetic plastic surgeons such as Dr. Sherrell Aston.

Dr. Jennifer Walden recently settled back to Austin, Texas from New York as she firmly believed that Austin is the best place to raise her twin boys. She has also started her practice, and due to her expertise in care and safety, Dr. Jennifer Walden was named one of the 24 best beauty surgeons in the United States by Harper’s Bazaar Magazine. She is an award winning surgeon and a published author. Her daily inspirations mostly come from her two children. Hard work backed by keen intelligence, talent, and the motive to become one of the best aesthetic surgeons in the world is the motivation behind her success in the practice and what Jennifer knows.

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