General information about Jennifer Walden a cosmetic surgeon.

Jennifer Walden grew up in Austin. In the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, she acted as her class salutatorian. In New York, Jennifer built a thriving practice after she had completed a fellowship of aesthetic surgery at Manhattan Ear, Throat and Eye hospital. She acted as the co-author of Aesthetic plastic surgery book.

A review of Jennifer Walden’s story.

Jennifer Walden said that for eight years she practiced plastic surgery. She said that she exclusively focused on cosmetic surgery which included face-lifts, rhinoplasties, eyelid lifts, and breast augmentation. Jennifer reported that an enlargement cost $7000, a nose job costs between $8000 and $ 9000. Jennifer performed liposuction on the inner thighs, arms, and abdomen and at low chances invasive procedures which included injecting Botox as well as soft-tissue fillers. Jennifer knew she was a rarity because few doctors went into cosmetic plastic surgery.

Among the board-certified 8100 plastic surgeons countrywide, 851 were women, and among them, only 180 were members of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery in American Society. The surgeon was male-dominated, and one of the reasons that Jennifer thought was that it was because one went through 5 years of training in post-medical school. One then went to a fellowship for one or two years to become a surgeon. It meant for a woman delaying to bear children. The unwelcoming nature of the culture of surgery to women being rough explained why there were fewer women who worked in medicine.

Jennifer Walden explained that it was advantageous to work in plastic surgery as a female because most of the cosmetic surgeries face-lifts to tummy tucks to augmentations get done on women. Jennifer explained that most of the patients were comfortable when they talked about their body parts to a woman.