A Waterford woman who travelled to turkey a few weeks ago to undergo a medical procedure had died suddenly during the procedure.
Carol Sheehan, aged in her 40's tragically lost her life on April 30th.
Ms Sheehan was originally from Tramore in Co Waterford and resided in Knights Grange,Waterford
The mother of two was brought home with the help of the Kevin Bell Repatriation Trust and her funeral service took place this week.
Hundreds of condolences have been shared online. One person said "A million memories of this beautiful lady. I'll miss our chats and you. Thoughts with your beautiful boys and your family."
While another said: "Deepest Sympathy to her boys and her family on this sad occasion. I will remember her as a person full of laughter and a smiling face whenever you would meet her. Gone too soon. Rest in peace my friend. Forever young."
In recent times Turkey has become a very popular destination for Irish people to have dental, cosmetic and weight-loss procedures. Long waiting lists and the expense of these procedures in Ireland is encouraging people to venture abroad.
Just last month a Louth taxi driver also died during a dental procedure. 66 year old Tony Rogers had undergone the procedure in Istanbul where he took ill in the dentists chair. It has been reported that there is an on-going investigation into his death.