Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 21 December 2014

Optilase host a VIP ball to celebrate Kamra treatment success

Sunday Life 
Tracy Gilligan and Left Mark Shortt from Optilase who became Irelands leading laser eye clinic. Optilase hosted a Celeberty VIP ball at the Merchant Hotel in Belfast on Saturday (April 27) to celebrate becoming the European leaders for Kamra Treatmen, a surgery to eliminate the need for reading glasses. Optilase introduced the Kamra treatment in August of last year and has quickly become the go-to clinic for treatment, which is exclusively available at Optilase in Northern Ireland. As a thank you to patients for helping them achieve this success, Optilase hosted the Kamra ball at the Merchant Hotel .
Picture Colm O'Reilly Sunday Life.
Tracy Gilligan and Mark Shortt from Optilase who became Irelands leading laser eye clinic. Optilase hosted a Celeberty VIP ball at the Merchant Hotel in Belfast on Saturday (April 27) to celebrate becoming the European leaders for Kamra Treatmen, a surgery to eliminate the need for reading glasses. Optilase introduced the Kamra treatment in August of last year and has quickly become the go-to clinic for treatment, which is exclusively available at Optilase in Northern Ireland. As a thank you to patients for helping them achieve this success, Optilase hosted the Kamra ball at the Merchant Hotel . Picture Colm O'Reilly Sunday Life.
Brian and Sylvia McComb with Natalie McKay and Jonathan McComb at the Optilase Ball. Optilase hosted a Celeberty VIP ball at the Merchant Hotel in Belfast on Saturday (April 27) to celebrate becoming the European leaders for Kamra Treatmen, a surgery to eliminate the need for reading glasses. Optilase introduced the Kamra treatment in August of last year and has quickly become the go-to clinic for treatment, which is exclusively available at Optilase in Northern Ireland. As a thank you to patients for helping them achieve this success, Optilase hosted the Kamra ball at the Merchant Hotel . Picture Colm O'Reilly Sunday Life.
Sarah and Richard Sherry at the Optilase Ball. Optilase hosted a Celeberty VIP ball at the Merchant Hotel in Belfast on Saturday (April 27) to celebrate becoming the European leaders for Kamra Treatmen, a surgery to eliminate the need for reading glasses. Optilase introduced the Kamra treatment in August of last year and has quickly become the go-to clinic for treatment, which is exclusively available at Optilase in Northern Ireland. As a thank you to patients for helping them achieve this success, Optilase hosted the Kamra ball at the Merchant Hotel . Picture Colm O'Reilly Sunday Life.
Darren and Joane Gilligan at the Optilase Ball. Optilase hosted a Celeberty VIP ball at the Merchant Hotel in Belfast on Saturday (April 27) to celebrate becoming the European leaders for Kamra Treatmen, a surgery to eliminate the need for reading glasses. Optilase introduced the Kamra treatment in August of last year and has quickly become the go-to clinic for treatment, which is exclusively available at Optilase in Northern Ireland. As a thank you to patients for helping them achieve this success, Optilase hosted the Kamra ball at the Merchant Hotel . Picture Colm O'Reilly Sunday Life.
John and Patrick McCullough and Grainne McKay at the Optilase Ball. Optilase hosted a Celeberty VIP ball at the Merchant Hotel in Belfast on Saturday (April 27) to celebrate becoming the European leaders for Kamra Treatmen, a surgery to eliminate the need for reading glasses. Optilase introduced the Kamra treatment in August of last year and has quickly become the go-to clinic for treatment, which is exclusively available at Optilase in Northern Ireland. As a thank you to patients for helping them achieve this success, Optilase hosted the Kamra ball at the Merchant Hotel . Picture Colm O'Reilly Sunday Life.
Tracy Gilligan and Mark Shortt from Optilase who became Irelands leading laser eye clinic. Optilase hosted a Celeberty VIP ball at the Merchant Hotel in Belfast on Saturday (April 27) to celebrate becoming the European leaders for Kamra Treatmen, a surgery to eliminate the need for reading glasses. Optilase introduced the Kamra treatment in August of last year and has quickly become the go-to clinic for treatment, which is exclusively available at Optilase in Northern Ireland. As a thank you to patients for helping them achieve this success, Optilase hosted the Kamra ball at the Merchant Hotel . Picture Colm O'Reilly Sunday Life.
Chris Willis presents Dr Wayne Crewe-Brown, Tracy Gilligan and Left Mark Shortt with an award to Optilase becoming Irelands leading laser eye clinic. Optilase hosted a Celeberty VIP ball at the Merchant Hotel in Belfast on Saturday (April 27) to celebrate becoming the European leaders for Kamra Treatmen, a surgery to eliminate the need for reading glasses. Optilase introduced the Kamra treatment in August of last year and has quickly become the go-to clinic for treatment, which is exclusively available at Optilase in Northern Ireland. As a thank you to patients for helping them achieve this success, Optilase hosted the Kamra ball at the Merchant Hotel . Picture Colm O'Reilly Sunday Life.
Big T and George Jones at the Optilase Ball. Optilase hosted a Celeberty VIP ball at the Merchant Hotel in Belfast on Saturday (April 27) to celebrate becoming the European leaders for Kamra Treatmen, a surgery to eliminate the need for reading glasses. Optilase introduced the Kamra treatment in August of last year and has quickly become the go-to clinic for treatment, which is exclusively available at Optilase in Northern Ireland. As a thank you to patients for helping them achieve this success, Optilase hosted the Kamra ball at the Merchant Hotel . Picture Colm O'Reilly Sunday Life.
Erin Willis, Arnie Bond, Christine Shortt and Lisa McDowell at the Optilase Ball. Optilase hosted a Celeberty VIP ball at the Merchant Hotel in Belfast on Saturday (April 27) to celebrate becoming the European leaders for Kamra Treatmen, a surgery to eliminate the need for reading glasses. Optilase introduced the Kamra treatment in August of last year and has quickly become the go-to clinic for treatment, which is exclusively available at Optilase in Northern Ireland. As a thank you to patients for helping them achieve this success, Optilase hosted the Kamra ball at the Merchant Hotel . Picture Colm O'Reilly Sunday Life.
Mark and Rosie Shortt at the Optilase Ball. Optilase hosted a Celeberty VIP ball at the Merchant Hotel in Belfast on Saturday (April 27) to celebrate becoming the European leaders for Kamra Treatmen, a surgery to eliminate the need for reading glasses. Optilase introduced the Kamra treatment in August of last year and has quickly become the go-to clinic for treatment, which is exclusively available at Optilase in Northern Ireland. As a thank you to patients for helping them achieve this success, Optilase hosted the Kamra ball at the Merchant Hotel . Picture Colm O'Reilly Sunday Life.
Lynda and Eamon Cassidy at the Optilase Ball. Optilase hosted a Celeberty VIP ball at the Merchant Hotel in Belfast on Saturday (April 27) to celebrate becoming the European leaders for Kamra Treatmen, a surgery to eliminate the need for reading glasses. Optilase introduced the Kamra treatment in August of last year and has quickly become the go-to clinic for treatment, which is exclusively available at Optilase in Northern Ireland. As a thank you to patients for helping them achieve this success, Optilase hosted the Kamra ball at the Merchant Hotel . Picture Colm O'Reilly Sunday Life.
Andy Cosgrove, Gemma Garrett, Gayle Williamson and Peter Gilroy at the Optilase Ball. Optilase hosted a Celeberty VIP ball at the Merchant Hotel in Belfast on Saturday (April 27) to celebrate becoming the European leaders for Kamra Treatmen, a surgery to eliminate the need for reading glasses. Optilase introduced the Kamra treatment in August of last year and has quickly become the go-to clinic for treatment, which is exclusively available at Optilase in Northern Ireland. As a thank you to patients for helping them achieve this success, Optilase hosted the Kamra ball at the Merchant Hotel . Picture Colm O'Reilly Sunday Life.
Briege Kelly and Jennifer Anderson at the Optilase Ball. Optilase hosted a Celeberty VIP ball at the Merchant Hotel in Belfast on Saturday (April 27) to celebrate becoming the European leaders for Kamra Treatmen, a surgery to eliminate the need for reading glasses. Optilase introduced the Kamra treatment in August of last year and has quickly become the go-to clinic for treatment, which is exclusively available at Optilase in Northern Ireland. As a thank you to patients for helping them achieve this success, Optilase hosted the Kamra ball at the Merchant Hotel . Picture Colm O'Reilly Sunday Life.
Craig Skilling, Bernadette McKillen, Bernadette Mannon and Lawrence Dowie at the Optilase Ball. Optilase hosted a Celeberty VIP ball at the Merchant Hotel in Belfast on Saturday (April 27) to celebrate becoming the European leaders for Kamra Treatmen, a surgery to eliminate the need for reading glasses. Optilase introduced the Kamra treatment in August of last year and has quickly become the go-to clinic for treatment, which is exclusively available at Optilase in Northern Ireland. As a thank you to patients for helping them achieve this success, Optilase hosted the Kamra ball at the Merchant Hotel . Picture Colm O'Reilly Sunday Life.

Optilase hosted a celebratory VIP ball at the Merchant Hotel in Belfast on Saturday (April 27) to celebrate becoming the European leaders for the Kamra treatment, a surgery to eliminate the need for reading glasses.

Optilase introduced the Kamra treatment in August of last year and is exclusively available at Optilase in Northern Ireland.

 As a thank you to patients for helping them achieve this success, Optilase hosted The Kamra Ball at the Merchant Hotel.

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