The eye is like a camera. The cornea is a clear, dome-shaped window that forms the obverse wall of the eye. The retina is the tissue in the back of the eye that acts like the coating in a camera. The cornea at the front of the eye acts as a lens that focuses light onto the retina, producing an image on the retina that gets transmitted to the brain and interpreted as vision. The curve of the cornea determines the power of the corneal lens and whether the received light rays from distant objects focus honestly onto the retina. Our experienced LASIK eye surgeon applies anesthesia to your eye and our well trained nurses also help in your eye surgery by offering intravenous liquid.