Texas Super Doctor to the Rescue

Dr. Jennifer Walden could be her own ad campaign for her highly successful cosmetic surgery practice in Austin, Texas. Her photographs in magazines and her television appearances, show a beautiful, confident woman…the very thing clients of her practice hope to achieve. Dr. Walden’s beauty and confidence goes much deeper and has led her to volunteer her services to many worthwhile organizations and causes, earning her many prestigious awards.


In June of 2016, she was awarded runner up for Austin’s Woman of the Year, by the Austin Leukemia and Lymphoma Society for her efforts to raise money for blood cancer research. A grant for the research of pediatric blood cancer was named in her honor.


Dr. Jennifer Walden has taken an active part as a volunteer surgeon for Austin Smiles and is an active member in The Guardian Angel Society, a group that offers support to abused children. Dr. Walden knows that food and nutrition play an active role in both physical and mental health.


She has taken on an active role in making sure the children of Austin have healthy meals on weekends when no free or reduced school lunches are available. The program, called Food in Tummies is part of the Junior League of Austin. Dr. Walden is both a volunteer and a donor.


Her many accomplishments and unwavering commitment to her cosmetic surgery practice and her community helped Dr. Walden to be voted into Texas Super Doctors. Super Doctors is a publication that lists doctors from many areas that have been voted on for their professional achievement and their peer recognition.


While she is highly skilled to perform surgeries to enhance her patient’s physical appearance, Dr. Walden also works tirelessly to enhance their heart and soul as well. Dr. Walden believes that giving back to the less fortunate and helping those in need is her biggest reward. While she uses her professional skills for much of her work, a big portion of what she does comes from the heart of a special Super Doctor.