The best contact lenses for Astigmatism now in the New Improved Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism
Astigmatism is an eye condition that causes blurry vision because the cornea or the lens itself is irregularly shaped, more oblong than spherical which is what the cornea is supposed to be shaped. If not corrected, blurry vision can be accompanied by headaches and eye strain. It was first unheard of to have contact lenses for astigmatism and eyeglasses and surgery were the only ways to deal with the condition. Now, breakthroughs in technology have enabled contact lenses manufacturers to design contact lenses specifically for astigmatism sufferers.
One of these brands is the Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism contact lenses. It combines Acuvue’s new and improved patented technology in the new Hydraclear Plus with its Accelerated Stabilization Design (ASD) to give astigmatism sufferers the best visual acuity possible and the most comfortable contact lenses they need. With the Hydraclear Plus, more oxygen is able to circulate between the eyes and the lens which in turn makes the lens more breathable. The wetting agent in the Hydraclear Plus also retains more moisture which minimizes the need for constant lubrication of the eyes like you would with regular contact lenses. The result with these technologies makes for a smoother interaction between eyelids and the lenses, very moist lenses that make you feel fresh for longer periods of time and especially clear, stable vision to treat the astigmatism.
The Accelerated Stabilization Design of the contacts lenses is specifically intended to keep the lenses in place. Its 4 stability zones around the lens minimize lens-lid interaction more than the single ballast designs of other contact lenses for astigmatism. The lenses themselves are extremely thin on the edges, and thicker in the middle and respond based on the natural movement of the eyelids.
The high UV protection and the visibility tint in the lens only make it better. The Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism is the perfect pair for active people who are hindered by their astigmatism condition.