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Changing the way we view female cosmetic surgery

by Chris Holden - April 17th, 2016.
Filed under: Doctor, Plastic Surgery.

American cosmetic surgeon Jennifer Lee Walden M.D. is helping to change the way female cosmetic surgery is viewed. In a recent talk she discussed three misconceptions about female cosmetic surgery.

In her talk she addressed the fable that men have fueled the demand for cosmetic surgery to make the female body more desirable. When in reality women are the one’s who want to make changes. Women are seeking the procedures not only to look good but to address medical issues they are having.

A second point doctor Jennifer Lee Walden addressed was that women are not being “vain” by seeking cosmetic surgery. The procedures being performed are fixing problems that women have. Beauty is not the only objective.

The last point she touched on was the false idea that women are not concerned with their ability to enjoy sex. When in fact women do care about their ability to have orgasms and perform during sex. They are seeking help to fix any problem they have.

Doctor Jennifer Walden is considered an expert in her field. She has many years of experience and her own private practice in Austin, Texas. She is a native of Austin, Texas where she attended undergraduate school at the University of Texas and medical school at the University of Texas Medical Branch.

Doctor Jennifer Walden did her fellowship in New York City at the Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital. She spent over seven years on the Upper East Side of New York City before returning home to Austin Texas to start her private practice. In 2014 she opened a satellite office in Marble Falls, Texas.

Among her many accomplishments she serves on the Board of Directors of Modern Aesthetic and Plastic Surgery. Also she is one of the few women who serve on the Board of Directors of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.


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