I'm getting to a point that I could need reading glasses soon, and I can't think of a more lightweight solution for vision correction than not needing reading glasses or contacts at all. Moreover, my doctor said that I can now do a high-quality laser vision correction from Toronto at a cost that is even less than the cost of glasses and contacts over 10 years. But I have some concerns about the surgery and its risks, but it seems it's gotten safer and safer over time. However, I would like to hear from people who had done this procedure
> Have you been happy with the results?
> Have you had any problems?
> Did you need, or were you told you’d need, a further correction 10 years after your initial procedure?
I would be grateful for your thoughts on this.