Even if you're using SPF50+ sunscreen every day, there's a good chance you aren't properly protected by sunscreen.

A recent study has demonstrated that on average, people miss 11 per cent of their skin when applying sunscreen. In general:


As part of our commitment to new and cutting-edge technologies, Spot Check Clinic uses new cloud-based technologies for managing and storing clinical images, medical records and pathology requests and results. We are one of the first users of Medical Director Helix cloud-based software and Dr Chris Miller plays an active role in testing and providing feedback and suggestions for the software, many of which have already been implemented.

Every summer, we hear about people who use sunscreen and get sunburnt. Are spray-on sunscreens defective or misleadingly-labelled, or are we not using them properly? It's important to understand what SPF really means to your skin, and how much spray-on sunscreen needs to be applied.
There’s no single “best” sunscreen for everyone in all situations, and formulations change regularly. At the time of writing (Summer 2017-2018) we recommend Cetaphil Sun Kids, which provides the highest possible protection in a low-irritant, long-lasting and reasonably-priced product.
Spot Check Clinic was identified as an innovator in preventative healthcare by HotDoc, a business whose focus is on electronic doctor/patient communications. Dr Chris Miller was interviewed on how he uses technology to both educate and communicate with patients at Spot Check Clinic.