A lot of people are hesitant to get vision correction surgery because they’re afraid that the results won’t last. They’ve heard horror stories about people who had surgery and then had to go through it again a few years later.
It’s understandable to be worried about this. After all, you don’t want to spend all that money on surgery and have the results wear off after a year or two.
Are vision correction results permanent?
Vision correction surgery is permanent for the symptoms of short-sightedness, long-sightedness and astigmatism. You will see clearly for the rest of your life until your eyes age, just like everyone else. If you’re middle-aged already and have lens replacement, there is no chance of developing presbyopia or cataracts down the road.
Book a self-test here for more information about how long vision correction lasts.