iSpot Clinic focuses on the Diagnosis and Treatment of Skin Cancers and pre-cancerous lesions. We provide Surgical and Non-surgical treatments from an experienced doctor holding a master of medicine skin cancer degree from the university of queensland


iSpot Clinic have introduced the latest artifical intelligence and algorithm technology for skin cancer monitoring and analysis.  

High resolution digital images of the body are used to create a digital map of your skin marks, moles and lesions.

Artificial intelligence algorithims are applied to subsequent imaging sessions, detecting lesions of concern, also highlighting new and significantly changed lesions.

The Cancer Council Australia suggests Total Body Imaging is considered for those at increased risk for melanoma, particularly those with a lot of moles or dysplastic ( irregularly shaped) moles.

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Skin Cancer Management

iSpot offers a comprehensive Skin Cancer practice, including:

• Full skin checks, mole checks
• Melanoma diagnosis and management
• Management of BCC, SCC & other skin cancers
• Surgical Treatment when needed
• Referrals for radiotherapy when needed
• Referrals to Plastic Surgeons as needed
• Non-surgical Options often available
• Microscopic digital Lesion imaging
• Dermoscopic lesion analysis
• Skin Cancer Preventive Advice 


Dr Alex Phare

The Practice Principal and owner of the clinic is Dr Alex Phare, an experienced doctor who has undertaken extensive studies and qualifications in Skin Cancer, including a Master of Medicine Skin Cancer degree from the University of Queensland.

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Preparing for a Skin Check

Wear clothing and shoes that you can easily remove and put back on without assistance.
Remove makeup as having makeup on the face makes your skin check less effective and puts you at risk of a missed cancer. 

f you have had a biopsy or excision done elsewere please bring a copy of the biopsy result with you.

If you take regular medications bring a list of these with you too.

We request  payment on the day for your skin check.

We do not currently accept cash but accept Visa and Mastercard credit and debit cards.

The Clinic bank details are available on request for bank transfers.

COVID-19 and Respiratory infections


You do not have to wear a mask for your skin cancer check.

We do ask patients to wear a mask when they are attending for surgical procedures as this leads to longer exposure periods.

We greatly appreciate your assistance in  keeping everyone well and thus keeping the clinic open.


If you have a cold, cough, fever, sinusitis, sore throat, diarrhoea or vomiting


Please phone and postpone your appointment , we will find another appointment for you soon.  Seek care from your GP or local Emergency Department as neccessary. 


Please postpone your appointment if any members of your household or other close contacts have had COVID-19,  a cold or any other respiratory infection in the 7 days before your appointment.