Glad to hear that you are recovering well. I didn't require a buckle, but I did have cryopexy, bubble, and laser retinopexy. As I am sure you know, retinal
surgery is extremely variable and complex. Reliable treatment advice can only be given by the doctors who examine you. If you wish to do so, don't hesitate to ask for your records and seek a second, or third, option. Make your best decision based on your doctor's advice. Best wishes.
Lattice is very common occurring in as many as 6-10% of the population. I have lattice in both eyes. Most lattice does not need any treatment. Maybe 30% of RDs begin in a area of lattice. Once you have a RD in one eye the chance of a RD in the other eye may be as high as 10-15% so treating lattice and retinal holes is often recommended.
As CBCT says there is no harm in getting a second opinion from another retinal specialist if your are hesitant or it would make your feel better. I don't think the present retina doctor would mind at all.
Just so you know there is a very very high incidence of cataract formation and progression after a vitrectomy. This is not true of laser for holes or lattice or buckle/gas without vitrectomy. Some RDs cannot be fixed without vitrectomy