Texas Leading Cosmetic Surgeon -Jennifer Warden

Jennifer Walden grew up in Austin, Texas. She started out her path to success at an early age. Attending University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston,Texas was the stepping stone to her medical beginnings. There she was salutatorian.

In addition to University of Texas Medical Branch, Jennifer Walden also attended an aesthetic surgery fellowship at The Manhattan Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital. After this training, Jennifer Walden started practice in New York City.

Going back to her hometown roots, Jennifer Walden returned to Texas in 2011. At that point she also was a co author in a book titled, “Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.”

Plastic surgery is a male dominated field. The overwhelming majority of doctors are male who preform plastic surgery. There are approximately eight thousand one hundred board certified plastic surgeons in the United States. About eight hundred and fifty one of these doctors are female.Only a small sampling of these women physicians are also board certified cosmetic surgeons involved with the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons. About one hundred and eighty of them fit that description. Out of that small number only about one dozen women doctors live and work in Texas. For that reason, alone, Jennifer Warden is in the minority.

Jennifer Warden has some theories why this is a male dominated field. There is a lot of years of schooling that are required to become a plastic surgeon. Women who are in the field, may need to delay childbearing to continue on this career path. That can cause some women who are interested in this career to rethink the decision to start on this career path. Due to the fact that the vast majority of best plastic surgeons are men, that can lead to women feeling less welcome in that field.

The vast majority of plastic surgery is preformed on women. She feels that plastic surgery can boost confidence leading to an overall heightened sense of well being. Happiness can follow the stronger sense of confidence. Jennifer Warden feels that is her reason for embarking on this career path and calling.

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Dr. David B. Samadi, the Prostate Surgeon with a Heart

Dr. David B. Samadi is a renowned board-certified urologist. He treats patients for a host of diseases including bladder cancer, prostate cancer, and kidney cancer. Samadi is the Chairman of Urology and the Chief of Robotic Surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City.

Dr. David B. Samadi was born in Iran and in 1979 immigrated to Europe in his teens with his family. He obtained some of his secondary education there before moving to New York where he graduated high school. His college and medical school attendance is as follows:

  • Stony Brook University, Majored in Biochemistry on full scholarship
  • S.U.N.Y. Stony Brook School of Medicine, Medical Doctor Degree, 1994
  • Montefiore Medical Center, Post Graduate urology training, 1996
  • Albert Einstein, Post Graduate proctology training, 2000
  • Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Oncology Fellowship in Proctology, 2001
  • Henri Mondor Hospital Creteil in France, Robotic Radical Prostatectomy Fellowship, 2002

In 2012, he gained notoriety as being the highest paid doctor in NY City, earning $7.6 million a year. His first practice was at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital on the upper Westside of Manhattan. In 2007, he moved to Mt. Sinai School of Medicine and in 2013, he moved to Lenox Hill Hospital.

In July 2015, Samadi educated doctors at the Mediterranean Hospital of Cyprus about the robotic procedures he customarily used and he performed surgeries utilizing those techniques. Many of Dr. Samadi’s successes can be directly associated with the Samadi Modified Advanced Robotic Treatment that he invented. He has used this specific treatment for more than 7,000 prostate cancer surgeries and he has successfully helped 90% of those patients became cancer free. Designed to replace traditional surgery, the Samadi Modified Advanced Robotic Treatment (SMART) is a minimally invasive version of the da Vinci Surgical System.

Dr. Samadi urges men to get tested well before the age of 60, which was once the standard. Early detection quite often results in a positive outcome. He notes that 90% of those whose disease is detected early get cured.

A member of the American Medical Association and of the American Urologic Association, Dr. Samadi often gives presentations and speeches at national and international medical conferences. David B Samadi is not only one of the best prostate surgeon, he is a doctor dedicated to the successful and compassionate treatment of prostate cancer. It’s his goal to help all ages of men preserve their highest quality of life after prostate surgery.