Dr. Jennifer Walden runs Skintology MedSpa and has been working with women and men to help them decide what treatment will be right for them. Women deal with plenty of unwanted hair issues and men also desire to remove hair from their body. Laser hair removal is a safe and effective treatment for people dealing with these kinds of issues. Many people are tired of having to shave constantly and also want a different kind of treatment that doesn’t include them having to use creams or other chemical formulas. Dr. Jennifer Walden does her best to educate potential patients about how laser hair removal works.
It does so by breaking down hair follicles so they don’t continue to reproduce hair. By taking part in multiple treatments, patients will notice that there is less hair growing back in the areas that are targeted. Eventually, barely any hair will grow in the area, at all. In the past, only people with light skin and dark hair could be successfully treated with laser hair removal. Today, people with all different tones of skin and hair color can reduce their hair using the therapy. Jennifer Walden is a board certified plastic surgeon who was born in Austin, Texas. She studied at the University of Texas at Austin and received her Bachelor of Arts degree in biology after graduating with honors.
She continued her education at the University of Texas Medical Branch, where she received her medical doctorate with high honors. Her original practice was founded in New York in the upper east side of Manhattan. She worked at Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital as an attending surgeon in plastic surgery and also served at Lenox Hill Hospital. Jennifer Walden is a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons and also sits on the board of directors for the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. Texas Monthly recently called Dr. Walden one of its Texas Super Doctors. She was also honored when she became a member of the American Association of Plastic Surgeons. Members can only be invited to join the association, and those who do are considered to be among the top of their field.