The Buzz at the Bazaar: Walden and Many More
Harper’s Bazaar has telescoped out 24 of over 1000 doctors who have performed cosmetic surgeries in the United States, believing its list to feature the ultimate surgery Gods in cosmetology. The list includes six doctors from California, including Chang and Owsley from San Francisco and Kanodia, Cassileth and Rollins from Beverly Hills. Miami’s Mendieta and Gallo, New York’s Kolker, Hirmand and Matarasso, Troy’s Youn and Austin’s Walden also made to the top 24, in addition to 12 others from various parts of the United States.
Every single of these doctors has a medical record to swoon over. Dr. Walden, for instance, is the winner of the Aesthetic award for plastic surgeries and the Excellence award in Medicine plus scholarship from Kelsey. Jennifer Walden is currently based in Austin, but previously practiced in New York as well. Most of her education can be credited to Texas, although an externship in Miami is also brought to light when discussing her achievements. The start of her career, however, belonged to Manhattan under the supervision of Dr. Aston. An outstanding education and career experience have enabled her to be recognized as the ideal speaker for cosmetic surgeries on the busiest news and information channels of the world, including the ABC and Fox News.
Jennifer has had the fortune of inheriting the medical dedication and skill right in her genes. Born to a father who had established himself as a dentist and a mother who was known for her nursing skills in surgery departments, Walden soon revealed her love for reaching the top of whatever she did. When she sent her application to the medical institution at the Texas University, she was initially kept waiting while the first lists rolled out. As though this was not to define her skills, by the time she left the institution, she had managed to bag the title of Salutatorian in her class.
Harper’s Bazaar has sharply picked out the doctors that are not only a boon for the patients but also an inspiration and role models for the medical students, and Walden is one of them.