How We See
The human eye is a marvel. It has the ability to gather light under a wide variety of brightnesses, focus on objects both near and far away, track rapid movement, distinguish shapes quickly, and discern a broad spectrum of colors. Composed of many structural elements which work in unison to create the images we see, the eye functions admirably as our primary means of experiencing the world.
Many vision health issues derive from changes in specific parts of the eye’s anatomy. Your doctor at Central Montana Eyecare will explain in detail how your vision is related to the workings of the eye, and how treatments for specific conditions work to repair or compensate for changes in your eyes.