Dental Services

Dr Laura MacNeil

Mount Lawley Smiles

Dr Laura MacNeill from Mount Lawley Smiles is your local, expert dentist. Calm and relaxing environment with affordable family dental care.

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A healthy smile is a beautiful smile

Mount Lawley Smiles, in the heart of Mount Lawley, has been a dental practice for 30 years. It is now
owned and operated by Dr Laura MacNeil who has transformed the clinic with a full renovation and state-of-the-art equipment.

Calm & relaxing environment

Walking into the practice there is a different feel from most dental visits. The reception area could easily be a sitting room; with a warm, cosy atmosphere, a tv and coffee machine. Dr Laura and her friendly team are looking forward to welcoming you and your family into their calm & relaxing environment. If the thought of going to the dentist makes you nervous, Dr Laura and her team will do everything they can to help you relax and reduce your stresses.

You can have your choice of music, film or TV show playing while you are in the practice; they also offer sedation and desensitisation options, which help to manage fear of the dentist.

Preventative check-ups

When you visit Mount Lawley Smiles, they check more than just your teeth. They call it a ‘check up from the neck up’! They will check your jaw joints, screen for oral cancer, assess lips, cheeks, gums and teeth. They may also take some digital images to check between your teeth and underneath old fillings and crowns. This is followed by a clean and polish to remove tartar build-up and staining.

Services include:

  • General dentistry
  • Preventative care
  • Cosmetic Dentistry
  • Missing teeth
  • Dental anxiety solutions
  • Same-day crowns
  • Veneers & short-term braces
  • Whitening
  • Bad breath solutions 

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Medicare Child Dental Benefits Scheme

Mon & Wed 8am – 5pm
Tue & Thu 8am – 6.30pm
Fri 8am – 2pm | Sat 8am – 1pm

Children’s dentistry

Teeth are supposed to last a lifetime, so developing a good dental routine is best started young. The kind and friendly team will make a trip to the dentist as fun for children as can be. They will teach your child how to look after their teeth and why it is so important. They can also offer advice to parents and guardians about good dental hygiene if required.

Dental anxiety solutions


Mount Lawley Smiles provide dentistry in a calm and relaxing environment; you can have your choice of music, film or TV show playing whilst you’re in the practice. They suggest that you bring your own headphones which will help cancel out any ambient noise. Progressive Muscle Relaxation is a form of guided meditation which can reduce blood pressure and slow your heart rate, which can be particularly useful for most people in the dental environment.


The experienced team can take the mystery out of dentistry and injections, allowing you to continue with dental care without fear of the unknown. This can be performed over multiple appointments if required, letting you clear your mind and focus on the things that really matter to you.


If none of the solutions above can help with your fear of dental treatment, they also offer oral sedation or can arrange an anaesthetist to administer twilight sedation for you at the practice. These options are subject to your medical history.

Cosmetic dentistry

Cosmetic dentistry has come a long way over the years and can help to achieve the smile you’ve always wanted.

Dr Laura and her team can help with:

Veneers – used to close gaps, brighten or straighten teeth or to restore minor cracks or chips.

Teeth whitening – tea, coffee, red wine and soda can stain your teeth. Your teeth also get darker with age. Teeth whitening can give you a brighter, whiter smile.

Teeth straightening – teeth are continually moving as we age and can cause minor crowding or overlapping teeth; ask about the various short-term options to straighten your teeth.


While most people make sure they brush their teeth twice a day, flossing is a lot less common, despite dentists recommending we floss at least once a day. Here’s why it’s so important.

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