Dr. Jennifer Walden Focuses on Womens Health in Plastic Surgery

Dr. Jennifer Walden was born in Austin, Texas and spent her childhood and early years there. Graduating from Anderson High School and being accepted to the University of Texas Medical Branch for her residency and following that residency she attended a fellowship through the Aesthetic Surgery Center at Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital. She worked in New York City for nearly 8 years before returning to Austin, Texas to raise her twins.

During the time she spent in New York City, Dr. Walden participated in a number of clinical trials that focused on the reintroduction for the silicone breast implants. After participating in the clinical trials and giving birth to twins, Dr. Walden returned to Austin in 2011. Once there, Dr. Walden opened a surgery center in Westlake Hills, Texas before opening a satellite office in 2014 in Marble Falls, Texas in 2014.

Dr. Walden has been featured on a variety of television appearances with ABC News, Fox News and even on the 90210 show. She has been honored as one of the top recognized surgeons in the Best Plastic Surgeons in America from the American Way.

A very few number of plastic surgeons will use 3-D modeling technology to allow patients to see what they will look like following their surgery. This will allow patients to see what they will look like after the surgery is complete and after swelling has gone down. This will allow for the individuals to make a decision on whether or not they want to change the size of their implants.

Dr. Jennifer Walden holds onto consultant titles for a variety of aesthetic companies like Venus Concept, Sciton Inc and even ThermiAesthetics. ThermiVa is a temperature controlled system that uses radio-frequency to assist in rejuvenation and tightening of the vagina. She has also worked on developing new instruments to be used during breast surgery.

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7 Popular Materials For Crown Moulding Decorations

When it comes to challenges, there’s really nothing like designing your own home. In between deciding what furniture to purchase to what type of flooring would be suitable, we do have a tendency to neglect our walls and ceilings. Then again, if you didn’t know it already, you can always cross walls and ceilings off your list with crown mouldings. There are many materials and designs that are readily available in the market for you to choose from and it suits any kind of interior design concept you like. Let’s just take a look at the materials you can use for your own crown mouldings.

Polystyrene Material

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Crown mouldings made from polystyrene are more fragile and are definitely not made to last in the long run. The pro of this material is that it’s easy to work on with just a knife and a pair of scissors. If you need a fast room design, this will be your go to material. If you want to install it on your own, all you’ll need is construction adhesive. It’s incredibly lightweight, so about the only thing you’ll need to worry about is its fragility.

MDF Material

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MDF crown molding designs can easily be installed by your local professionals. It’s a relatively stable material to work with that you can even install on your own. If you’re worried about the cost of solid wood crown mouldings, this is option can be your next in line. You can produce a wood-like texture with veneer or easily paint it in a colour of your choice. This material is known to be on the fragile side so you’ll have to handle it with more care to prevent nicks and dents.

Polyurethane Material

If you’re looking for a cost-saving option from plaster and solid wood, polyurethane crown mouldings are the way to go. It’s a lot easier to carve and create details on compared to plaster and solid wood. Because this material is less dense compared to solid wood, you’ll need to handle it with more care. For long-lasting effect, you would need protect it by applying an outer layer (e.g. paint or varnish) to help tighten the material.

PVC Material

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Can’t decide on the crown moulding material for your bathroom? If you’re considering an option that’s suitable for moisture-present environments (e.g. kitchen and exterior), PVC is the path you want to take. Because PVC polymers are immune to warping and rotting, this is one of the easiest materials to maintain. Just do keep in mind that if you’re going for a more elaborate design, you’ll have to look elsewhere. This material is suitable for clean and simple lines. It also comes with its own shiny surface, so you’ll need to do a paint over to reduce it.

Plaster Material

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Looking for something long-lasting and solid? There’s really nothing that beats the elegance and sturdiness of plaster crown mouldings. Usually found in 19th century homes and establishments, it is still in demand nowadays due to its versatility. This material is suitable for more elaborate designs and sits comfortably in a grand room or large space. For now, the main drawbacks to this winner is that it is usually expensive and has to be made to order.

Solid Wood Material

There are several techniques you can use to produce a passable wood pattern, but on closer scrutiny, you’ll realise that nothing actually comes close to the natural grain of solid wood. It instantly brings warmth to any space with its various shades of brown. This is also one material that is suitable if you’re considering elaborate crown mouldings. Like any piece of furniture or fixture made from solid wood, you’ll have to remember to protect it from warping and cracks due to changes in weather and humidity levels.

Flex Material

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Those curved spaces can really be a pain in the neck. Not only are you having trouble with finding suitable furniture for the space, now your walls and ceiling are ganging up on you. With flex crown moulding, you’ll get to have a smooth and consistent design on your curved walls without the need for relief cuts. Although it has to be custom-made and it is more expensive, it really does the job. Its rubber-like qualities make it an excellent material for a smooth and polished finish.

The New EOS Crytal Lip Balm Is A Perfect Gift For Vegans

The EOS brand has launched a new line of lip balm and it is simply irresistible. Their new line of lip balms called “Crystal” are made with natural oils and is completely wax-free, making it very acceptable to those that are committed to veganism. The five essential oils this crystal clear lip balm contains are avocado, coconut and shea. Unlike the original lip balm containers, EOS Crystal lip balms are more triangular in shape instead of spherical and the balm itself is clear, giving it an awesome jewel effect. The texture when applying is not at all greasy and leaves your lips hydrated to perfection. This smooth formula is wax-free and made with no animal byproducts, making this a perfect gift for your everyday vegan friends. There are currently two exotically delicious flavors to choose from in this line, the Vanilla Orchid and Hibiscus Peach, available here on amazon.de. You can purchase these new EOS Crystal Lip Balms online or at your nearby pharmacy everywhere.

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Evolution of Smooth, or commonly referred to as EOS, is one of the top leaders in beauty and skincare. Their iconic lip balms have taken over the beauty world by a storm since their beginnings in 2007. The brand was co-founded by Jonathan Teller and Sanjiv Mehra. Sanjiv Mehra also serves as the company’s managing partner. When they started selling their EOS brand in Europe, just within 18 month after their start, their products sold so fast it completely surprised the founders.

All of EOS beauty products are fully tested and proven by top dermatologists, head over here. They are also gluten-free, enriched with nourishing vitamins, hypoallergenic and encased with very skin conditioning essential oils. The company is cruelty-free and all products are made with natural ingredients. The new EOS Crystal lip balm line is wax-free and not made with any animal byproducts.