Dr. Krämer studied dentistry at the Rupprecht-Karls-Universität, Medical Faculty in Heidelberg, Germany and graduated in 1989. After she received her Dr. med. dent. degree from the University of Heidelberg in 1990, she started to work as a dentist in high level practices throughout Germany.
In 1994, she established her private practice in Heidelberg where she practiced until 2005. Intense postgraduate education during these years, in all areas of dentistry, allowed her to develop a practice, which was highly recognized by patients and colleagues.
The emphasis of her dental treatment is comprehensive functional dentistry, periodontology and reconstruction with an interdisciplinary concept.
From 2003 until 2006, Dr. Krämer attended the part time postgraduate university program at the Danube-University-Krems in Austria, Center of Interdisciplinary Dentistry under Prof. Rudolf Slavicek. In 2007 she received her masters degree in “Therapies in Interdisciplinary Dentistry“. The emphasis of her studies were “Function and Dysfunction of the Masticatory Organ: Diagnosis and Therapy“.
In 2006, Dr. Krämer worked full time at the Center of Diagnostics and Therapy of Cranio-Mandibular Disorders in Vienna, Austria together with Prof. Rudolf Slavicek, as his prosthodontist and as a researcher and teaching assistant in the Center of Interdisciplinary Dentistry at the Danube University in Krems.
Since 2006, she has lectured in Europe, Asia, and North America.
Since 2007, Dr. Krämer is on the faculty of the Interdisciplinary Dental Education Academy (IDEA) in Foster City, California teaching courses on: Oral Rehabilitation of Patients with and without Functional Disorders. She also is a member of the Interdisciplinary Team of the IDEA Faculty Clinic.
In 2014 she extended the function of the IDEA Faculty Clinic, and founded the Center for Craniofacial and Occlusal Medicine with Prof. Sadao Sato and Robert Lamb.