After treatment for renal artery disease, am I cured?

Renal artery disease, or renal artery stenosis (RAS), is a condition in which blockages are present in the arteries that supply the kidneys with blood.
If you have been treated for RAS with medication and a procedure such as angioplasty and stenting or surgery, remember that they do not cure RAS.
The underlying disease process (atherosclerosis or hardening of the arteries) that caused the blockages in the first place continues throughout our lives. A fatty substance (plaque) builds up in everyone’s arteries as we age. How fast this process happens is influenced by a number of factors, including diet (cholesterol), blood pressure, physical activity level, and heredity, among others.
Arteries can become blocked again after they have been treated. This re-narrowing of the artery is called restenosis. If this happens, a second procedure may be needed to widen the artery again.