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Toric Contact Lenses Reviews

Toric Contact Lenses Reviews

The toric contact lenses reviews provided below would help in choosing the best possible product available.
Shashank Nakate
A toric lens is generally used by those who suffer from astigmatism. These lenses are similar to other types of lenses except for their design. Curvatures of the design is such that one of them suits the myopics/hyperopics while the other is meant for astigmatism. Toric lenses are special in a way because they do not rotate on the eyes and thus, help in providing a crisp vision. The multifocal toric contact lenses are fast becoming popular. Let us find more about the toric contact lenses reviews presented below.

Reviews of Toric Contact Lenses

There are different toric contact lens products available in the market. Reviews of the best toric contact lenses are given below. All the products mentioned below are disposable toric contact lenses. Most of the products have a shelf life of 1-2 weeks. These are colored toric contact lenses however, they do not change the eye color. These colored contact lenses also are easy to find when placed in a solution. For daily toric contact lenses, the 'Focus daily TORIC' lenses are amongst the best ones available in the market.

Soflens 66 Toric
The 'Soflens 66 Toric' is manufactured by a company called Bausch and Lomb. The unique design of 'Soflens 66 Toric' provides optimal visual acuity owing to a steep periphery and flatter center. The clear vision that this lens provides and ease with which one can wear it makes 'Soflens 66 Toric' a comfortable contact lens to use. Tint of this lens is not meant for coloring the eyes, however, to locate it easily when immersed in the solution. These lenses are disposable and one can use them for 2 weeks at the most. The material used to manufacture them contains 34% Alphailcon A and 66% water. Base curve of the lens is 8.5 mm while the diameter is 14.5 mm. The lens is durable and quite easy to handle. Price of a single box of Soflens 66 Toric lens is $25.95; it is therefore, amongst the cheap toric contact lenses available in the market. Each box of the 'Soflens 66 Toric' contains 6 pieces.

Acuvue Advance for Astigmatism
Basically a silicone-hydrogel contact lens, the 'Acuvue Advance for Astigmatism' is manufactured by Johnson & Johnson company. Specialty of this lens is that it doesn't need a coating material; the surface is moist and smooth. This lens provides a steady vision throughout the day's time. Soft and silky feel of this lens is because of 'galyficon A', a substance present inside and also on the exterior of the lens. Accelerated slope of the lens thickness proves to be useful in keeping it in place even when the eye blinks. It is a disposable toric lens which needs to be replaced in a span of 1-2 weeks. Price of a 6 lens box of 'Acuvue Advance for Astigmatism' is $37.95.

Biomedics Toric
It is made from a material called Ocufilcon D and water. The 'Biomedics Toric' lens which is manufactured by 'Ocular Sciences' is distributed by different names such as Versaflex, Polysoft, Ultraflex, Perspecta, Biomedics, Sofmed, etc. Therefore, to avoid confusion, only 'Biomedics Toric' is recommended by some of the eye care providers. The lens has to be disposed in 1-2 weeks. A single box of Biomedics Toric which contains 6 lenses is priced at $35.95.

Proclear Toric Contact Lens
The Proclear Toric lenses are made from Phosphorylcholine (PC) technology. Specialty of the material made from this technology is that the lens remains moist as it attracts water. The lens thus, remains moist even after 12 hours of use. Design of the lens is simple and it is also tinted. The tint helps in finding the lens easily and it does not cause the eye color to change. The Proclear Toric lens is manufactured by Coopervision and a box of 6 lenses costs $45.95.

Air Optix for Astigmatism
Important features of the 'Air Optix for Astigmatism' lens is the superior wettability and a smooth surface. The lens can be used for 6 six days without being removed; it remains stable even while sleeping. Replacement of the lens should be undertaken on a monthly basis. Manufactured by CIBA Vision, the Air Optix lenses are priced at $48.95 (for a single box containing 6 pieces).

The toric lenses, due to their unique structure are a popular choice for vision correction. Reviews of the best products available in the market are presented in the article above. The data should be of use to customers from the point of choosing a quality product.