Dr. Jennifer Walden hails from Austin, Texas where she spent her childhood life. She delivered a salutatory speech to her class at the Medical School of the University of Texas. Dr. Jennifer Walden later ventured in an aesthetic operation mission in the Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital. She then started her practice in another city, New York. She returned to Austin in 2011. She co-authored a book called Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.
She has been in the beautiful field of surgery for eight years. She specializes entirely in this field, and the focus is on the face, breast, and eyelids as well as the nose. She as well removes oily liquids from the thighs, arms, and abdomen, a term called liposuction. She also does non-invasive operations such as Botox.
Jennifer acknowledges the fact that there are very few female cosmetic practitioners and very few in the field of cosmetic surgery. She claims that only 180 of the 851 female doctors are registered to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. This organization leads the cosmetic field of surgery. This analysis implies only a few are found in Texas.
She figures the main reason for the lack of many female doctors is the amount of time taken in being called a doctor: it would take 7 years after medical school to be certified as a doctor which tends to discourage most women as it means they will have to delay other aspects of life such as having children. In the field, she is continuously required to work harder than the male doctors, but she is contented with it.
She states that being a female in her field is advantageous in its way as most of the patients are women who don’t feel ok with their body state. This is regarding how their face has become or how their body looks or even how sagged up their breasts have become. This uncertainty with which they have with their shape makes it easier for the patients to talk to female doctors as they will understand their worries and won’t judge them either.