Limmer Hair Transplant Center
Dr. Jennifer Krejci
Address:14615 San Pedro Ave., Suite 245
San Antonio, Texas 78232United States
Dr. Jennifer Krejci M.D. is a board certified Dermatologist and a fully trained expert in follicular unit micrografting. She received her undergraduate degree from Trinity University in San Antonio. She attended Medical School at the University of Texas in Houston, completed her Dermatology residency at the University of Kansas and a dermatology research fellowship at Wake Forest University. She trained extensively in hair transplantation and restoration with Dr. B.L. “Bobby” Limmer, the pioneer of follicular unit micrografting.
Dr. Krejci has been an Assistant Professor of Dermatology at the University of Texas Health Science Center of San Antonio since 2008. She works not only with Dermatology residents but also Plastic Surgery, ENT, Podiatry and Primary Care Physicians. She is very passionate about teaching tomorrow's doctors.
Dr. Krejci is the recipient of many prestigious awards including the Doctoral Achievement from the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce, "Top Docs" of San Antonio, "Super Docs" of Texas Monthly, and "Leader's Society" from the Dermatology Foundation. She has numerous publications and presentations in the field of Dermatology.
The Limmer Hair Transplant Center has been operating for over 30 years and continues to provide the most comprehensive and innovative treatment in the industry. Dr. Krejci provides all consultative, restorative and surgical services.
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