For the people around the Austin, Texas, Dr. Walden is more than a doctor to them. She is a commentator, media personality and an academician whom many children want to emulate. Other than the medicine career, Dr. Walden has appeared on several TV programs to talk about plastic surgery. They include ABC News as well as Fox news. In writing, she has written a book called Aesthetic Surgery with another writer. She has also made countless publications in the journal of medicine and dentistry. When not practicing medicine, she works as an aesthetic company consultant. Some of the firms that use her expertise are Sciton Inc. as well as Venus Concept and ThermiAesthetics.
Recently, Dr. Walden explained that women too could make it in a male-dominated field. She, however, warned women pursuing medicine and business to toughen up as they require determination and confidence. Dr. Walden acknowledges that it is not easy to have a family particularly small children and pursue a demanding career. She advises women to be well thought and organized to succeed. She also tells women there will be a time that they will be made to make a difficult decision about their lives, especially ones that affect them forever.
Despite been successful in her career, she has prioritized her two children. She says that their happiness and health comes ahead of her. Dr. Walden says that she considers herself as achievement-oriented. She also terms herself as a woman who thrives on challenges. Dr. Walden spent much of her career in Manhattan, New York City before relocating to Austin, Texas. She made the decision to move after she delivered her two boys. She has received help from her mom and nannies to adapt in her hometown. She has opened a clinic called Westlake Medical Center, and she even does operations here. Despite been a mother of two kids, she says that she is amazed by how women with five kids survive terming it as hectic. Dr. Walden is a graduate of the University of Texas. She has always loved for artistry and creativity. For this reason, she chose plastic surgery. Her parents used to practice medicine.