As we get older, an individual’s eyesight typically begins to change and decline. A large % of the population, thanks to the baby-boomer generation, now in their mid forties and beyond, there is a move towards various types of corrective laser eye surgery. While there are many options, those in their 60s and 70s often are unsure if Lasik eye surgery in their golden years is best use of their money.
Without doubt the most common type of laser surgery for vision is commonly known as Lasik eye surgery with certain specialities that differentiates from other types of vision surgery to correct vision problems. The main tangible difference is that the Lasik eye surgery does not require the doctor to actually cut the cornea surface. This means that there are usually few complications with this kind of eye surgery and the risks to the receiving eye patient and their vision is also very low.
UPDATE: Appeals Court Denies Lisa Graham's Double Jeopardy Claim In Daughter's Homicide
UPDATE: The Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals has denied Lisa Graham’s claim that to try her again for her daughter’s 2007 homicide would constitute double jeopardy, court clerks confirmed this morning.