The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) is widely considered the leading organization that is devoted to aesthetic plastic surgery and cosmetic medicine. The organization currently consists of over 2,600 plastic surgeons around the world. In order to be an active member, physicians have to be certified; in the United States that certification comes from the American Board of Plastic Surgery, in Canada it comes from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, and other international members are certified by comparable boards within their country.
Recently, the American Society for Aesthetic and Plastic Surgery went through a leadership change. Part of that change included hiring Dr. Jennifer Walden as the secretary of the Executive Committee. This is monumental for one basic reason, she is the first female plastic surgeons to serve on the ASAPS in a leadership role. Additionally, she serves as the commissioner of communications for the organization.
Dr. Jennifer Walden is based out of Texas and is, of course, a board certified plastic surgeon. She is one of only a few formally trained and board certified female plastic surgeons. Not only does Dr. Walden pride herself on her expertise and high level of skill, but, also on her ability to fully understand her patients background which includes their race, culture, and genes.
Walden Cosmetic Surgery and Laser Center was founded by Dr. Jennifer Walden. The center offers an array of services which includes, augmentation, facelifts, liposuction, hydrafacials, pigment and hair removal, Botox and dermal fillers, and, among many others, rhinoplasty. All of the services provided are conducted with state of the art equipment that is used before, during and after the service takes place.
In addition to her professional work, Dr. Walden actively participates in a number of philanthropic endeavors. She lends her to support to the Austin Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Guardian Angel Society, Austin’s Food in Tummies, American Heart Association, and the Forest Trails Elementary School and Eanes Education Foundation.
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