No, the flap never fully bonds with the eye again. You are always at risk from one 3 Stooges re-enactment from having her flap hang-out. What we have reached here however is the crossroads of long-term gain for short-term pain.
In my case I deemed it worth the pain, you chose the easy / risky alternative. Both essentially come with lifetime guarantees, get an annual eye test and if vision degrades measurably you can get it touched up so risk is a relative term in this case.