It's costly, but getting more affordable.
You also need to consult with your eye doctor so they can measure your eyes, determine cornea thickness, look for anomalies like astigmatism. These measurements tell them if you are a good candidate for surgery. You will be monitored for a year after the operation to make sure the eye has healed.
Complications include, lessened tear production, dry eyes, infections, halo effects from bright lights. In some cases the corrected vision may not be enough and you would still need glasses. In rare cases the area that was removed with the laser grows back.
I had it done and my vision is good enough to see without corrective lenses, but my eyes no longer produce tears so I need to use eye drops every day to keep my eyes moist.