What are the best eyeball gifts? Look no further! Feast your eyes on our eyeball plushie, eyeball stickers, eyeball magnet, eyeball lapel pins, eyeball buttons and eyeball keychains, all great for your eyeball gift basket or care package. Wonderful cuddly eyeball stuffed toy plush makes a perfect post-op recovery gift after eyeball surgery. Things are looking up in your quest for eyeball gifts!
Our cute eyeball pillow makes a great gift for your eye doctor, optometrist, eye surgeon, ophthalmology residents, medical school professors, eye health advocates and all kinds of eyeball nerds! See your eye doc smile with our cute optometry gifts! Unique eye doctor gifts for your favorite ophthalmologist, optometrist or eyeball surgeon.
What's the difference between rods and cones? Rods allow your eyeball to detect shapes, while cones "see" colors. These receptors send signals through the optic nerves to your brain, where the signals are analyzed and understood. To remember the difference between these two, think "Round Rods" and "Colorful Cones."
Eyeballs are the second most complex structure in the human body (second only to the brain), so they often have problems. Common eye disorders and diseases include macular degeneration, cataracts, amblyopia, strabismus (cross-eye), refractive errors and diabetic retinopathy.
And of course sometimes near-sighted and far-sighted eyeballs need help in the form of glasses, contacts or lazer eyeball surgery to fry your eyeballs. Vision loss increases with age. Other vision issues include conjunctivitis, amblyopia ('lazy" eye -- hey, who are you calling lazy?), astigmatism, color blindness, cataracts, dry eyes and detached retina.
Whatever eyeball probs you have, we have cute eyeball plushies and gifts to see you through! Hold onto our plushie optic nerve during doctor and clinic visits!