Welllll....that's the short answer. The long answer is you have to go through postoperative evaluation and your vision must have stabilized. Then you can submit to have the restriction removed. And it is my understanding that your medical is invalid during this process following the surgery. Maybe the good Doc can verify/dispute this.
As with any surgery, your medical is not valid until you have recovered and the surgeon releases you. The requirements are that the vision is stable and any good ophthalmologist will not release you from care and complete the 8500-7 unless that is so. At that time you can go back to flying - you do not need to wait for FAA clearance. You can submit the 8500-7 to OKC to remove the restriction or simply get another flight physical and the AME will issue the certificate without restriction (faster way).