A Better You Under the Scalpel of Dr. Jennifer Walden

Dr. Jennifer Walden is a leading Austin native who attended The University of Texas. She is of the nation’s leading plastic surgeons. Dr. Jennifer Walden is surrounded by women in her practice, as clients and her professional team members. In a recent interview, she talked about her passion built around women supporting each other and in her industry the ability to help women look and feel confident.

Dr. Walden loves living and working in the Austin, Texas area because it helps to financially grow female-owned businesses. As owner of The Walden Cosmetic Surgery and Laser Center, she performs cosmetic surgery on all parts of the body. Dr. Walden is an experienced surgeon who performs cosmetic surgery on people who walk through her doors, no matter their status, ethnicity or lifestyle.

In addition to her successful career, Dr. Walden contributes part of her look on life to a Sheryl Sandberg book called “Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead. The book denoted the importance of a few keys to life that helps with female success: don’t take no for an answer, women deserve love/career, and when facing an obstacle and you’re stuck then try harder or figure out another way around it.

While Dr. Walden is the CEO and is involved in all aspects of her business, she remains its vision. She believes in communication and is a stable force who is fully supported by her expert staff. Dr. Walden says that she tells her clients that she is not a magician meaning that she can’t make you look like your favorite movie star.

Instead, she will make you look rejuvenated and younger. Dr. Walden said that she is not afraid to tell some clients ‘no’ to a surgical procedure if she felt they were not prepared to handle it. As a mother raising twin boys, Dr. Jennifer Walden loves her Austin community. She helps many charities and in 2016 was nominated for Austin’s Woman of the Year by the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. She helps raise funds for abused and disabled children, supports school-age children organizations and programs, helps food banks and the American Heart Association.

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