Pictured: Sheena Maxwell and Professor Johnny Moore, Medical Director, Cathedral Eye Clinic inspect the new Visumax laser technology recently installed in the new Cathedral Eye Clinic. Belfast?s Cathedral Eye Clinic has officially opened its state of the art new clinic, completing an investment of over £2million and bringing pioneering new technology to Ireland for the first time. The groundbreaking new Cathedral Eye Clinic on Academy Street, Belfast is at the forefront of ophthalmic care, with new third generation Zeiss Visumax SMILE laser eye technology ? the first of its kind in Ireland ? now available at the Clinic. Part of the funding for the expansion was provided by Ulster Bank. For further information, or to enquire about bespoke eye care solutions, contact Cathedral Eye Clinic on  or by email to  Pictures by Brideen Baxter, Simple Tapestry.

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