Kendra Salazar is a PA with expansive knowledge across medical, cosmetic and surgical dermatology and has been practicing dermatology since 2005. An active member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants, the Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants and the Texas Academy of Physician Assistants.
Kendra graduated from the University of Texas Southwestern where she earned a Master of Science Degree in the Physician Assistant Studies Program. Licensed by the Texas State Board of Medical Examiners and the Texas State Board of Physician Assistant Examiners, she continues to expand her knowledge of dermatology by attending frequent meetings and conferences.
"Kendra is the absolute best!!!"
"Kendra was great, painless routine procedure."
"Absolutely loved Kendra! She is so smart and makes you feel comfortable about any questions you may have. I had a spot that I was concerned about and she helped educate me to ease my worries. Also she gave me wonderful skin care recommendations to help make my skin glow for my wedding!! If you need any recommendations on skin care or cosmetic procedures I cannot recommend Avery enough!!!!! She is extremely knowledgeable and recommends exactly what you need based off of your current skin’s condition! I know I’m in good hands with both Kendra and Avery!"
"I’ve been seeing Kendra M. & Dr. Au at the League City office for a couple years. Staff is very friendly, thorough, and always timely with follow up. Highly recommend."
"I absolutely love Kendra. I will make the hour drive because she’s the absolute best!"
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