Getting to know Jennifer Walden

Jennifer Walden is known by many titles, but most importantly, she is known as a plastic surgeon, academician, media commentator and a consultant for the cosmetic industry. In business, she is known as the founder of the Walden Cosmetic Surgery. She is from Austin, Texas. Her greatest mentor is Sherrell Aston. Recently, she was recognized by the Harper’s Bazaar as one of the best beauty surgeons of modern times. Jennifer Walden has lived for some time in New York City as she began her practice in Manhattan at an institution called the Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital.


In matters of media commentary, Jennifer Walden has appeared on several platforms such as the ABC News and Fox News. She has participated in the production and authoring of a book called Aesthetic Plastic surgery. Currently, she serves on the board of directors of an American Society called the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. Her destiny was decided long before she was born as her dad was a dentist while her mother was a surgical nurse. For her high school education, Jennifer Walden attended the Anderson High School and proceeded to the University of Texas for undergraduate. She was determined to become a surgical doctor as she graduated as the salutatorian of her class. After some years in New York City, Jennifer Walden returned to her hometown to give her twins the best life. At Austin, she opened up a private practice at a place called Westlake Hills. To revive her career, she required the help of her mom and nannies to take care of her two children.


Some of the recognitions that she has received over the years include the Best Plastic Surgeon in America, a recognition by the America Way. As a cosmetic consultant, she has worked with several companies such as the Venus Concept, Ideal Implant, ThermiAesthetics and Sciton Inc. She is an author of many articles that have featured in various medical journals. Jennifer Walden considers herself as a doer and wants the best life for her children. She wants them to be healthy and happy, just like any other parent. It’s her wish to inspire other young people to be like her.