Optilase Clinic now open in Derry

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Optilase, Ireland’s leading laser eye clinic, has recently opened in Derry and is conveniently located on the Carlisle Road in front of the Foyleside Shopping Centre. The clinic is opened 7 days per week, and late night Monday to Thursday, allowing our patients in the North to easily arrange their free consultations and aftercare appointments.

Mark Shortt, Clinic Manager of Optilase Derry, is delighted to be able to offer free consultations to people from all parts of the north of Ireland and to help them on their journey to say goodbye to their glasses and contact lenses: “Laser eye surgery with Optilase is the affordable and effective choice for people who are fed up with their eyewear. At Optilase Derry, we are happy to be able to offer the safest and most precise FDA approved laser technology to our patients, with a low price guarantee that includes a lifetime care guarantee as standard.”

Call us today on 08000 121 565 (N.I.) or 1890 301 302 (ROI) to arrange your free consultation!

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