AUSTIN PLASTIC SURGEON JENNIFER WALDEN, MD, NAMED NEW PRESIDENT OF THE AESTHETIC SOCIETY
Dr. Walden elected as first female Aesthetic Society President in Organization’s 55 years; Board Members Elected at The Aesthetic Meeting 2022 in San Diego

Dr. Jennifer Walden: Texas Super Doctor | Jennifer L. Walden, MD, PLLC

Dr. Jennifer Walden Selected as Texas Super Doctor

Dr. Jennifer Walden Selected as Texas Super Doctor

Dr. Walden is honored to be a Texas SuperDoctor! Dr. Walden is honored to be voted a Texas Super Doctor as recognized in this month’s issue of Texas Monthly December 2014!

What makes a Texas Super Doctor? As detailed on the Super Doctors website, “Super Doctors is a listing of outstanding physicians from more than 40 medical specialties who have attained a high degree of peer recognition or professional achievement… Super Doctors is a selective yet diverse listing of outstanding doctors, representing consumer-oriented medical specialties. Each year MSP Communications invites doctors to nominate colleagues they know to be exceptional in their specified field. Physicians are asked to consider the following question: “If you needed medical care in one of the following specialties, which doctor would you choose?”

Dr. Walden is a board certified plastic surgeon in Austin, Texas who specializes solely in cosmetic, or aesthetic, plastic surgery of the face, breast, and body. A few short years in her Austin practice after relocating from New York City, Dr. Walden is honored to be recognized by her peers for this special recognition of prefessional achievement and patient care.

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Dr. Jennifer Walden | Super Doctor | Austin TX
As seen in December 2014 Texas Monthly

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