At the risk of going to Wasteland, being obsessed with a small flaw or keeping your phone perfect is not OCD. OCD would be checking your screen for scratches many times in one sitting, to the point you life is negatively affected (being late, being rude, impeding traffic, not doing anything else for extended periods of time). Again, it's not checking your screen for scratches for five minutes. It's checking your screen, confirming no scratches, then checking it again. Lather, rinse, repeat this as many times as it takes to bother you whether it's three times or 50 or more. I'm obviously not a professional but I know a little about it. Depending on the responses I'll share. According to NIMH here's the definition of OCD: Everyone double checks things sometimes. For example, you might double check to make sure the stove or iron is turned off before leaving the house. But people with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) feel the need to check things repeatedly, or have certain thoughts or perform routines and rituals over and over. The thoughts and rituals associated with OCD cause distress and get in the way of daily life. The frequent upsetting thoughts are called obsessions. To try to control them, a person will feel an overwhelming urge to repeat certain rituals or behaviors called compulsions. People with OCD can't control these obsessions and compulsions. Most of the time, the rituals end up controlling them.