It’s an amazing statistic to think that of the roughly 8100 certified plastic surgeons in the United States only about 10%-12% are women. To then break that number down by the women who are members of American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. The ASAPS is the professional organization for certified plastic surgeons. There are very strict requirements to becoming a member of the ASPS. Dr. Jennifer Walden is not only a member but also a Texas woman making strives in her field of plastic surgery.
After her graduation from the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston where she graduated salutatorian she completed her fellowhip in New York City at Manhattan’s Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital. Her fellowship in aesthetic surgery allowed her to work for several years in New York City where she built her practice. You can take the girl out of Texas but you can’t always keep her there. In 2011 home called and Dr. Walden is now a very busy and inspirational doctor in her field.
Understanding that working in plastic surgery is a very important responsibility to her patients is something she takes very seriously. Dr. Walden knows that women are for the most part brought into her office looking for help changing something that is truly troubling to them. It takes a lot of courage for anyone to stand before another person and point out a troubling part of their body. Dr. Walden doesn’t judge her patients and does not give unhealthy or unreasonable hopes. It’s her goal to make sure someone doesn’t look unrealistic, just a better and more confident version of themselves.