Ask a Doctor: Is Eye Surgery Right For Me?

Almost everyone older than 45 will develop presbyopia, or the loss of close-up vision. Some cope by wearing reading glasses or contact lenses, but surgical options are becoming increasingly popular.

Are these surgeries safe? What is the recovery like? Who is a good candidate? If you have a question, e-mail us using the form below. Dr. Barrie Soloway of the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary will answer a selection of the questions. The answers will be posted on ABCNEWS.com later in the week.

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