The human eye is an amazing part of the body that allows most of us to see. Some of us are lucky enough to have 20/20 vision while others can achieve 20/20 vision either with glasses, contacts, or corrective laser surgery procedures.

The human eye is made of three distinct layers: Outermost Layer, Middle Layer, and Innermost Layer. Within each layer are specific components that provide specific functions and purposes. Each of these components works together is some manner to either protect the eye or aid in vision.

For example, the cornea is found on the outermost layer. It is the transparent covering over the eye. Its purpose is to refract light to allow the eye to focus on objects. The cornea is also made up of three distinct layers. Each layer performs a specific function as well.

To learn more about the anatomy of the human, the three different layers, and how the various components within the eye work, we invite you to continue reviewing the following infographic.

Afterward, if you want to learn more about corrective laser surgery procedures to give you better vision, please feel free to contact ADV Visions Centers directly today! We serve California’s Central Coast and offer a wide range of services using the latest technologies.

Anatomy of the Human Eye Infographic