Dr. Jennifer Walden Is The ASAPS New Sectretary

On April 29th, the first female physician was elected on the Executive Board of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS). Dr. Jennifer Walden, MD, FACS was privileged to earn the position of Secretary in the Executive board of ASAPS. This Executive role will be her second as she is currently the Commissioner of Communication for ASAPS.

The board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Jennifer Walden has received nationwide commendation for her exponential expertise, skill, advice, and knowledge in the field of plastic and cosmetic surgery. She got trained in the field of cosmetic surgery by NewYork based Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital. She also founded her own cosmetic and laser center by the name Walden Cosmetic Surgery and Laser Centre that deals in radio frequency treatments that reduce body fat, rhinoplasty, facelifts, Botox and dermal fillers, breast augmentation, this but a few of the many services offered there. The center is privileged to own and use 3D imaging technology that enables patients to visualize how they will look like after the surgery even before it is done.

Dr. Jennifer Walden is part of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons aside from being in ASAPS where she joined the society in the year 2008. She also doubles up as a spokesman and a key opinion trendsetter in renowned medical aesthetic companies such as Thermi Aesthetics, SmartGraft. Cynosure and many more. She has and still gives lectures on matters such as fat grafting surgery, breast implants, vaginal rejuvenation and often features in television networks lifestyle segments.

The ASAPS has more than 2600 accredited Plastic surgeons that are spread across the globe. The society is a leading organization that deals with all matters that in the field of aesthetic plastic surgery and cosmetic medicine. Dr. Grant Stevens, MD, FACS was elected to be the society’s new President has been a member for over twenty years. The board-certified plastic surgeon had been serving in California before being elected.

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Hildebrand An Excellent Addition to The MB2 Dental Family

Recently, Dental Support Organization MB2 Dental Solutions welcomed Jackson Hildebrand to take over the financial management of MB2 as well as its 91 practices in its large dentist-owned network as their new chief financial officer.

Hildebrand joined the team boasting exponential previous experience within the financial and private equity fields. He offers the company guidance and leadership as the overseer of MB2‘s accounting, analysis, and financial reporting operations. This new leadership allows growth and development as physicians continue investing in as well as adding and establishing more practices to the long list of practices within network.

Hildebrand graduated with a BBA and MS in Accounting from Texas A&M University, and his financial career began with government audit practices in Washington, DC at KPMG. Before coming to MB2, he previously served as a Finance Director for TPG Capital, his responsibilities included being in charge of their legacy buyout funds by way of taking responsibility for their financial operations as well as the accounting for the company. Now along with his excellent career record, he is a family man based in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. He’s been married to his wife for 12 years and has two children.

MB2 provides offices affiliated in network with resources and services that allow them to better serve their patients through their practices. The founding of MB2 came from the idea that ‘more heads are better than one,’ as the doctors within the network all work together to provide the best care, and continues to thrive with Hildebrand becoming an integral part of the team.

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Dr. Saad Saad: The Caring, Innovative and Creative Retired Physician Who Goes Beyond Practice

Dr. Saad Saad is a known pediatric surgeon, and his good reputation may have been because of his particularly helpful set of surgery protocols. For starters, Dr. Saad always checks the patient’s Medical Record and urges student physicians to do so, too. It is also important for him to check what kind of surgical procedure that he has to do in order for a better surgical sequence. He is also most often successful in his surgeries because he always double checks and reviews the procedures he gets, especially if they come from a pediatric surgical textbook.



Some of the other personal tips that Dr. Saad also shares to his students include following a strict set of rules. It is his primary role during surgery to not engage in personal talk. There’s also no loud music allowed during a procedure, and most of all, he has to get a good night sleep and good breakfast before any surgery. Such simple tips may appear easy to do, but they’re no less important. They are essentials in making sure that the surgeries are always successful.



Other than these personal tips, it may be useful for any starting doctor to learn more of the complete experience of Dr. Saad in his years of practice. Dr. Saad is now retired, but his years in practice have given him a lot of experience to teach to all the upcoming students of medicine. An important philosophical lesson that he wants to share students is the idea that they should not think that dreams are impossible. If a poor Palestinian kid and refugee like him can make it in the field of medicine in America, nothing should make other students think that they couldn’t do it.



Another inspiring thing about Dr. Saad is his assortment of creative innovation for medical procedures. He has patented inventions under his name today that make him one of the most inspiring innovating doctors in the country. With his inventions, doctors are now able to prevent costly complications that would put the patients’ life at risk. Some of these inventions include a catheter that no longer requires X-rays and an endoscope contraption that can save up a surgeon’s operation time.



What the inventions do to the lives of doctors today is that they can perform faster surgeries and they can prevent unnecessary interventions that may do more damage than harm. For example, the endoscope that Dr. Saad invented contains a self-contained suction that can clear fluid from the endoscope and give the surgeon a better view. All these improvements in the traditional method spell a lot of value for the doctors. Such risk-taking and creative innovation makes Dr. Saad one of the special physicians today who just go beyond mere medical practice. Learn more: https://www.facebook.com/drsaadsaad12