Dr Lauren Waite

Bachelor of Dental Surgery HONS.

(BDS HONS. Bristol), MFDS (RCS ED)


Monday: 9:00am - 2:30pm (alternate)


Tuesday: Unavailable


Wednesday: 12:00pm - 6:00pm


Thursday: Unavailable


Friday: Unavailable


Saturday: 9:00am - 1:00pm (alternate)

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Dr Lauren Waite relocated to Australia in 2009 after gaining her Bachelor of Dental Surgery (with Honours) qualification from the University of Bristol in 2007. She then went onto obtain a post graduate Diploma for the Membership of the Faculty of Dental Surgeons (MFDS) with the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh.


Lauren worked in both general practice and in the community sector (which included Paediatric, Geriatric and Special care dentistry) while she was living in Edinburgh, Scotland before moving to Australia. In addition, Lauren carried out voluntary dental aid work in Peru and Argentina, which she found very rewarding, and aims to do more of in the future.


Her main professional remit lies within providing general dentistry to families and individuals alike. She prides herself on ethical and holistic dentistry. Fully appreciating that patients are individuals  who require tailored treatment to their specific requirements and what they feel comfortable with.

While she has an interest in aesthetic dentistry including crown and bridge, she also enjoys treating children and the elderly.


Lauren actively participates in regular continual professional development. Enrolling in seminars and courses relevant to her dental practice and is currently a member of a local study group. As well as this, she is a member of AHPRA (Australian Health Practitioner Regulatory Agency), MWDSG (Manly Warringah Dental Study Group), RCS of Ed (Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh) and the BDA (British Dental Association).


Lauren is a mum to a busy little girl, Millie, and when not spending time with her family enjoys running, swimming, yoga, pilates and paddle boarding. Her other interests include meditation, reading, cooking and bush walking.