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Dr. Jennifer Walden is a board certified plastic surgeon formally fellowship-trained in Cosmetic Surgery. Recently relocated to Austin from New York, Dr. Walden operates in her fully accredited office operating suite at Westlake Medical Center, and has privileges at the Hospital at Westlake Medical Center, Austin Surgical Hospital, Seton Hospital and Bailey Square Surgery Center.
As one of a very small number of board-certified female plastic surgeons in Texas formally fellowship-trained in cosmetic surgery, Dr. Walden is interested in women's health issues as they relate to plastic surgery and breast health. She is excited to have returned to her native Texan roots while bringing her premier Manhattan aesthetic surgery practice back home to Austin to provide expert care with a feminine touch.
A regular face in the media, Dr. Walden is a sought-after source regarding topics such as technological advances in surgery, soft tissue injectables, mommy makeovers, celebrity plastic surgery, teenage plastic surgery, breast implants, and general medical correspondence. She is a regular guest on national news outlets such as Fox News Channel and has been featured on E! TV's Dr. 90210, 20 Best and Worst Celebrity Plastic Surgery Stories, VH1's Plastic Surgery Obsession, NBC's The Today Show, ABC's 20/20 on silicone breast implants, as well as CBS The Early Show regarding the FDA release of silicone breast implants for general use.
Her comments have also appeared in Vogue, Cosmopolitan, Self, Shape, Absolute Magazine, Bridal Guide, Health, Dallas/Fort Worth's Indulge, New York Magazine, and The New York Sun. Her photo has appeared on the cover of Italian Vogue and Plastic Surgery Practice Magazines.
Dr. Walden volunteers for the underserved and less fortunate and finds this to be one of the most rewarding experiences in her life. She has participated as a volunteer surgeon in medical mission trips, including Austin Smiles, providing cleft lip and palate surgery to infants born with congenital differences. Dr. Walden also proudly supports the Junior League of Austin's Food in Tummies (FIT) program, a unique program designed to provide weekend nourishment to elementary school children who qualify for free or reduced meals.
As a principal sponsor and donor, Dr. Walden has visited Austin-area schools where she had the privilege of taking part in the program first-hand. As well, while in New York, Dr. Walden served on the board of directors of Weston United Community Renewal, a Harlem based non-profit that helps to house the homeless and mentally ill of NYC and get them back on their feet.
She is a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, and is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons.
American Board of Plastic Surgery