It’s all about safety

Inverterede brystvorter/Indadvendte brystvorter

June 2, 2024

Dr. Inanna Weiss

Skin cancer affects around 30,000 Danes every year. So it’s a good idea to keep an eye out for any changes in the skin and get them checked, because if it’s a disease, it’s important that a quick diagnosis is made and treatment can be offered immediately.

Specialist in Skin Cancer, Facial Surgery, Ear Deformities and Regenerative Medicine

With Dr. Inanna Weiss you feel in safe hands,’ says Mette Laursen, patient.

At Dr. Inanna Weiss, there is a short waiting time and you will be followed all the way from examination, treatment and the final check-up.

Dr. Inanna Weiss is a skin cancer specialist and uses the gentlest and most effective methods, including Mohs/Margin Controlled Surgery, where the element is removed in the clinic and examined while the patient waits. Only when all the diseased tissue is gone is the wound closed by Dr. Inanna Weiss, a plastic surgeon who can make the scar as invisible as possible.

“The worst thing is to walk around worrying if something is wrong. Maybe you have a small wound that won’t heal or a birthmark that is changing. In this situation, I can very quickly assess whether there is a need to make

further, or if you can let go of the worry completely,” says Dr. Inanna Weiss.
“I’ve had two skin cancer surgeries on my face by Dr. Inanna Weiss and besides being relieved that the cancer is gone, I’m very happy that you can’t see the scars at all. And I’m no longer worried, because now I get checked regularly,” says Mette Laursen.
At the clinic in Østbanegade on Østerbro in Copenhagen, in addition to treatment for skin cancer
including comforting full-body examinations and cosmetic surgery with preservation of natural aesthetics.

You can visit the clinic as a private individual or via health insurance.

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