Harper’s Bazaar magazine reported that while such noninvasive methods as skin peels, Botox, “skin-smoothing lasers”, and other such “wrinkle erasers” are still gaining popularity, and are regularly performed by plastic and cosmetic surgeons, surgical procedures are reported to still be “the gold standard” when people want to have a much younger face or body. The publication noted that nearly 1.6 million plastic surgery procedures were performed back in 2012. According to their data, the most popular cosmetic surgeries performed are:

Breast augmentation

Nose reshaping

Eyelid surgery

Liposuction

Face-lift

The magazine also released an abbreviated roster of some of the U.S. physicians who perform these popular procedures. Doctor Jennifer Lee Walden is featured on that roster. Indeed, the Texas-based physician, who trained with doctors in New York State, reportedly has a “waiting list” for several different facial and body procedures including labiaplasty.

Why are people waiting for Walden? Perhaps it has to do with her background. Walden is more than a plastic surgeon.

She is also a media commentator, an academic, and, more importantly, the founder of her own private cosmetic surgery practice and ambulatory surgery center (Jennifer L. Walden, M.D., PLLC & Walden Cosmetic Surgery Center, PLLC), situated in Austin, Texas and Marble Falls, Texas. She began her career, however, in New York’s Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital. Walden has appeared on numerous television programs including ABC News, Dr 90210, E!, Fox News, and VH1. Instagram Photos.

Walden’s resume is also highlighted by her being named to Harper’s Bazaar’s 2014 list of “24 Best Beauty Surgeons” and being included as one of American Way’s “The Best Plastic Surgeons in America” (2015) list. She is also well-known for her utilization of a 3-D imaging technology referred to as Vectra which forms a patient’s look before plastic surgery.