Dear friend, I'd like to tell you that the laser eye surgery may not solve your vision problems permanently. As I know, there are some enhancement procedures to help with your vision which means that you may need another surgery too. As to different people, the effects change. I can't tell you how long it will last.
Once the surgery has been done, as to most people, the distance correction should no longer be needed; as to a few individuals, they may need an enhancement procedure after the initial procedure. However, once the correction is finished, a good result will be obtained at six months or so. It should be very stable for years and decades to most people. Only 5% of the patients may undergo a long term refractive change. I think you need to consult an eye surgeon.
On average, LASIK eye surgery is considered to be a permanent way to reshape your cornea and thus correct your vision. That%u2019s fairly incredible, given the procedure takes roughly 30 minutes total.