I also had Lasik done at DaXue, though they were on Chunghsiao East Road when I had it. They moved to HsingSheng South Road during followups.
First off, I’m not sure that the number of operations done here are as insignificant as the last poster says. When I was there they were doing operations at 15 minute intervals. Also they had (at the time) the latest Visx Star 5 equipment, while the cheaper US clinics were using older, less accurate equipment.
Anyways, before you have it, do lots of reading on the web about the risks. Yes, they are low, but you might be the lucky winner who ends up with the serious side effects. There is also little known about the long term effects, and some researchers fear that Lasik patients are at higher risk of glaucoma later in life.
You also should not go in with too high expectations of recover times. There seems to be a myth about that people can go in, and the next day they can see perfectly. For most people, this is not the case. My eyesight was especially bad before, and it took me about a week to see close to normal after the surgery.
Even then, you will need to have followup visits to check progress for 2-3 months. You will need to put eyedrops in several times a day during this period. Even with the eyedrops you may have frequent dryness in the eyes. During this time your vision will still be slowly adjusting to normal. And because you are still fragile, you will need to avoid getting water anywhere near them for 1-2 months, and you are supposed to avoid contact sports and anything where you might get whacked around for up to 6 months. You may also have side effects like halos and glare around bright objects. This makes night time vision especially difficult because of the large contrast. All in all, it took me about 7 months until all the side effects and so on were gone.
In short, it’s is not a completely painless and easy process where you just wake up the next day and you’re cured of poor vision.
If I had to make the choice again, I’m not sure if I would. I was pretty happy with the convenience of disposable contacts before that. Just stick them in and throw them away a week later. If you just want to get rid of glasses, give disposable contacts a try. Eye exams here aren’t expensive and neither are the contacts.