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When I had mine done it was explained to me that the distance vision is guaranteed, however, reading glasses would still likely to be necessary in the future (though there is now a procedure that can correct this too) and the astigmatism correction is not guaranteed either.
I had mine done about 3 years ago and can just now start to tell that the astigmatism is starting to return in one of my eyes, though not so badly that it is any cause for concern at the moment.
I had mine done over 10 years ago and I too thought one day I would need glasses for reading. Wrong. I need glasses for distance , left eye is at -1.75.
I suspect Jonathon Edwards is the same as he would not need reading glasses for the telly presentation he does. Not that he knows anything about winter sports anyway
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