Optilase Clinic, Ireland’s leading laser eye surgery clinic has announced that it will open at 3, Steamboat Quay on Wednesday, 30th May, headed up by local Limerick woman; laser Optometrist, Marie O'Keefe FAOI.
Optilase was one of the first independent laser eye clinics in Ireland. Their experienced team of Surgeons has carried out over 40,000 laser eye surgery procedures, and are leaders in their field, in Ireland, Europe and Worldwide. The clinic has an exceptional reputation; with top sports people too, with Munster Rugby players, Frankie Sheehan, Denis Hurley and Doug Howlett choosing to have laser eye surgery at Optilase.
The 100% Irish owned company is a major success story, optimistically bucking the recessional trend and committing to investing in the economy. This is the fourth new opening for Optilase this year, adding to the state-of the-art clinics in Cork, Dublin and Belfast, there are now regional clinics in Waterford, Galway, Athlone, Derry and now Limerick.
Managing Director of Optilase, Phillip McGlade commented:
“We are more than delighted to finally open in Limerick.We look forward to introducing the people of Limerick City and its surrounds to an unrivalled level of patient care and attention, both pre and post-surgery, at a fair and highly affordable price. Laser eye surgery is an incredibly successful and surprisingly straight forward procedure that quite literally changes people’s lives”.
Laser eye surgery was first introduced in the 1970s and is now one of the most advanced and commonly performed elective surgeries worldwide, having helped to improve the vision and lifestyles of over 30 million people worldwide.
To arrange a free consultation or for further information phone: +353 1 223 8821 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit: www.optilase.com.