Cataract - How do my eyes see?

The design of the human eye is much like that of a camera. Light rays are focused through the lens onto the retina, a layer of light-sensitive tissue at the back of the eye that is similar to photographic film. In a normal eye, light rays pass through a clear lens and are focused onto the retina. This produces a bright, clear image.

 

 

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"My experience with Dr. Murphy was very pleasant and professional. She took time to explain the problems and remedies. I had cataracts in both eyes. The lenses were replaced with multi-focal ones. I am extremely happy with the outcome. The staff was courteous, helpful and professional." James H.

"I was always so afraid to have anything done to my eyes, but Dr. Murphy's calm and full explanations took away this fear." Joan K.

"It is so nice to have a doctor responsive to my needs.  Dr. Murphy did both my cataracts and the multifocal lens enables me to read the smallest print.  I highly recommend Dr. Murphy and her staff." Bill S.

Alma Murphy MD PC
Eye Physician & Surgeon
490 N Alvernon Way, Tucson, AZ 85711

(520) 323-1313   eyesaz.com