A Closer Look at What Makes the Eye Work

For over a decade, Dr. William Segal, Dr. Marc lay, and the rest of the staff at Georgia Eye Physicians and Surgeons, P.C. have provided patients with a full array of routine eye care, eye disease treatment, and refractive eye surgery.  Over the years we’ve published many articles explaining the ins and outs of various ocular procedures, like how LASIK eye surgery can correct refractive errors and reduce or even eliminate the need for glasses or contacts or how intraocular lens replacement surgery using the technologically advanced LenSx® laser can significantly improve vision that has been clouded by cataracts.  However we also understand that sometimes the best explanations can fall short without some sort of visual representation.  This diagram of the various specialized parts that make up the eye can provide some valuable insight into the eye services we offer at Georgia Eye.

how eyes work

Understanding how your eyes work is the first step to keeping them healthy and keeping your vision sharp.  If you have any questions you would like to ask Dr. William Segal or Dr. Marc Lay about problems you may be having with your vision , or would like to schedule an eye exam, please contact Georgia Eye Physicians and Surgeons today to make an appointment. Be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ for more information on how to keep your vision healthy.