Treatments and pricing

Below you will find our services and prices


Are you in doubt about something? Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.

Service Price
Consultation by specialist doctor – assessment of wounds / spots 1,600 DKK
Consultation and full body examination 2,200 DKK
Tissue test for laboratory examination 1,200 DKK
Surgical removal of melanoma / skin change 3,400 DKK
Scar-correction from 6,000 DKK
MOHS surgery of skin cancer in the face
(Local anesthesia, wire/thread removal, control and post-control)
from 18,500 DKK
Subsequent post-treatment control 800 DKK


Hudkræ is by your side from the first samples, through treatment to the final checks. You are also welcome to contact us for a consultation if you are unsure whether you have skin cancer.

Are you referred by your doctor?

Du kan udredes og behandles hos Hudkræ gennem aftalen om Udvidet frit sygehusvalg (hvis ventetiden til behandling på et offentligt sygehus overstiger 30 dage).

Do you have health insurance?

You an be examined and treated at Hudkræ by your private/workplace health insurance.

Do you have to pay?

You can be examined and treated at Hudkræ, if you pay yourself. Please contact us directly via the contact form at the bottom of the page.

The course of a treatment at Hudkræ

What does a treatment entail?

1) First step in a treatment for basal cell carcinoma/skin cancer is a preliminary investigation.

We offer a consultation with a review of all of your skin and an examination of all skin changes with a dermatoscope. As needed, tissue samples can be taken, with a results within 1-4 days.

The patient comes either with a diagnosis from their own doctor or a dermatologist. There will typically be results of a biopsy, which shows the existence of basal cell carcinoma/skin cancer. Alternatively, the patient will come in to Hudkræ for a general examination/check for skin cancer. We take a biopsy ourselves and provide results. The patient is informed afterwards whether:

  • there is a case of skin cancer,
  • what the possibilities are for treatment,
  • Mohs surgery (verbally and in writing)

2) The second step is the actual operation.

It starts with a brief investigation and an introduction to the course of care with the doctor. Local anesthesia is given for the area that shall be operated on, after which the visible skin cancer is removed. The wound is bandaged and you can now go back to the waiting room, while the doctor investigates the removed tissue with a microscope. If it is found that there is skin cancer in the surrounding tissue, more tissues shall be removed. The tissue which is removed is also investigated with a microscope, and this process continues until skin cancer is no longer found in the surrounding tissue.

When the skin cancer cells have been removed completely, the wound in the skin is closed with plastic surgery technology. The doctor/doctors, in consultation with you, select the method that offers your skin the best possibility for healing.

3) Third step is post treatment.

You will be contacted the day after the operation to hear whether everything went as planned, and the sutures in the wound will be removed 7-10 days after the operation. In addition, you will be called in for a check 3 months and 1 year after the operation.

Contact us

Contact us for a consultation with one of our specialists.