A Solution to Some Cornea Problems
Have you ever wondered how it is that your eyes help you to see the world? And you may wonder, too, just exactly what it is you’re trying to protect when it comes to saving your vision. Well — here’s a quick primer on how it all works.
Light rays enter your eye through a hole called the “pupil.” Once there, the light travels through a clear layer in your eyes called the “cornea” and a disc called the “lens.” These two together bend the light rays, so that they form an image on your retina, which is found at the back of your eye. Your lens also has the important job of turning images upside down