Depends on the documents governing the passage of the medical examination. Somewhere vision correction is not allowed, but somewhere it is allowed. The optometrist, if anything, will easily determine that the correction has been made.
Professions that pose a risk to a person or others in the event of loss or breakage of glasses (astronauts, military, aviation, navigation, work at altitude or in a mine) will be available to you after surgical correction if you have mild or moderate myopia. If it is high, then the diagnosis will remain at risk.
The word "recovery" must be enclosed in quotation marks. Because this is just a cosmetic surgery. A person is restored to sight only for a short time, which means that in three to four months after the operation, everything will return. Therefore, the medical commission should not recommend such a person for employment.
By the way, a good life hack. If you come to the optometrist, and he is wearing glasses, then think about it. If a professional does not restore his vision, it is not because of employment or lack of money, but because correction is pointless.