Private paying patient - without referral

Visiting Diagnostiskt Centrum Hud

At Diagnostiskt Centrum Hud you will meet a licensed specialist in dermatology with several years of experience. The consultation is 20 minutes long and begins with a review of your symptoms and medical history (anamnesis).

The doctor will then carry out an examination of the skin lesion or other problem and recommend the type of procedure/treatment. Some procedures can be carried out immediately after the consultation, but usually a new appointment is booked for the procedure. The choice of treatment depends on the type of skin change, where on the body the skin change is located and your own wishes.

A doctor's visit includes a prescription and clinical examination, which are needed to diagnose the problems. Additional procedures/treatments/tests will incur additional costs. It is advisable to check your skin changes once a year.

You can contact Diagnostiskt Centrum Hud with all types of skin problems, no matter how big or small.

Our clinics

Private paying patient

Price list

Spot check: Assessment of moles & skin changes

If a mole changes color, shape or grows, you should check it. Similarly, if a new mole appears that does not look like the others you have. If it turns out to be skin cancer, it is important to have the change removed as quickly as possible, then you have a very good chance of being completely healthy. Our mole clinic offers quick appointments for assessment and, if necessary, we can operate to remove the change.

Fortunately, the changes you are looking for are usually benign, but some people still want them removed because they find them unsightly or impractical. We offer removal of benign changes and are committed to a good cosmetic result. See "treatment of disfiguring lesions".

General price control, without any particular change or growth, is also offered.


Assessment of all skin changes and examinations with a dermatoscope are included in the visit, but there are additional costs for any procedures. Most procedures can be done during the visit, except for major facial surgery.


Surgery for skin changes including stitches and stitch removal

Body: from €5,100

Face: from 6 900 kr


Simple removal of the lesion (scratch/cut)

Body: from 1 900 kr

Face: from 2 800 kr


Freezing of actinic keratoses: from €1,600


Tissue examination: from 1 200 kr/change


For removal of disfiguring lesions, see Disfiguring lesions for more information and prices.


Treatment of acne, rosacea & perioral dermatitis

Sometimes it is difficult to know if the red rashes on your face are acne or rosacea or perioral dermatitis. Our knowledgeable specialists can clarify this and give you a diagnosis, which is a prerequisite for proper and effective treatment.


For mild to moderate acne, the basic treatment is topical treatment with some kind of cream or gel, many people find that it dries out the skin and makes the skin red. Unfortunately, all effective acne treatments are dehydrating for the first few weeks but this usually subsides after 3-4 weeks. You can reduce these problems by applying cream every two to three days in the beginning and gradually increasing it. If this is not enough, tetralysal is often added to the topical treatment. Tetralysal is taken for 3 months and helps if you have red inflammatory rashes. If you only have pimples/blackheads, tetralysal has no effect, then a skin therapist may be the best option. If the acne is very severe, or if it does not improve with topical treatment and tetralysal, isotretinoin is used. Isotretinoin cures virtually all acne but has some side effects and you need to follow blood tests.


For rosacea and perioral dermatitis with mild symptoms, local treatment is also primarily used, but with slightly different varieties than for acne. If the symptoms are pronounced or do not disappear with local treatment, tetralysal can also be given here; tetralysal has an anti-inflammatory effect. Low-dose doxycycline may also be an option. For persistent or constantly recurring problems, low-dose isotretinoin can be tried. Unfortunately, if the main symptom of rosacea is facial redness, none of the above-mentioned treatments are particularly helpful, so laser or IPL is needed.


Visits for acne, rosacea & perioral dermatitis include examination & prescription, but any sampling costs extra.

Treatment course with isotretinoin: SEK 6,500, including blood tests and return visits.

IPL treatment: from €2,900 per treatment, often requiring 3-4 treatments.


Treatment of eczema & psoriasis

Eczema is common, as is psoriasis. In mild cases, it can be difficult for an untrained eye to distinguish between the two conditions. Our experienced specialists can help make a diagnosis. It is usually made by looking at the appearance and extent of the rash and by asking the patient to describe how the rash usually behaves. Sometimes a tissue sample may need to be taken, but mostly to rule out any other diagnosis. Blood tests are rarely of any value in diagnosis.

In both eczema and psoriasis, cortisone creams of various kinds are usually part of the treatment, but we know that lifestyle can also affect, so the whole thing needs to be considered. We can also refer for light treatment if necessary, and if you have pronounced, stubborn problems, our specialists have extensive experience of treatment with immunomodulatory systemic drugs (including biological drugs).


Visits for eczema and psoriasis include examination and prescription. Any tissue samples or blood tests are subject to additional costs.


Treatment of unclear skin rashes

Sometimes you get a skin rash that you don't know what it is despite trying to find out, maybe googling it. It could be a variant of a common condition, as it doesn't always look "typical". Or it could be something more unusual that makes neither you nor your GP recognize the rash? Our specialists have seen many skin diseases and types of rashes over the years and are likely to be able to give you a diagnosis and treatment. Sometimes tissue samples may need to be taken to make a definite diagnosis.


Visits for unclear skin rashes include examination & prescription. Any tissue samples or blood tests are subject to additional costs.


Treatment of disfiguring skin lesions

There are many different types of skin changes that are completely harmless but can be disturbing, such as seborrheic keratoses, skin tags, benign bulging moles, connective tissue nodules (dermatofibroma) and others, and since these are harmless, they are not treated in publicly funded care. We offer removal of benign changes with the best possible cosmetic results. There are different treatment methods for different changes. Here are some examples of the most common procedures: Minor skin changes that bulge up from the skin plane can be advantageously "planed" away (also called plane excision or "shave"), it leaves at most a small discreet mark where the change has been attached to the skin, sometimes nothing. Larger changes may need to be surgically removed and stitched together, making the scar more like a straight line. Seborrheic keratoses/age warts are scraped away and rarely come back. Skin tags are advantageously cut away, at the right level, so that they do not come back or become scars.


The prices are from prices and apply to one change, in case of several changes, cost estimates are obtained based on number/scope.


Flat excision on the body from 1 900 kr

Flat excision of the face from 3 500 kr

Simple scraping or cutting from €1,900

Surgery with stitches from €5,100

Tissue examination/histopathological examination (PAD) from €1,200


Treatment of warts

Warts are common and treatment is mainly self-care. Sometimes it is difficult to remove warts despite careful self-care and we can help with treatment. Warts are not treated in publicly funded specialist health care. For wart treatment, our nurses help with bathing, filing and applying a stronger wart remedy than you can buy yourself. It often requires 5 treatments, sometimes more. Up to 5 warts can be treated at a time. Consultation with a doctor is required before treatment, to confirm the diagnosis. Treatment is then carried out by a nurse.


The visit to the doctor includes assessment and diagnosis. Treatment by a nurse then costs SEK 1 500 per treatment.