A stable pair of contact lenses for people with Astigmatism
Though astigmatism is a common eye condition and is easily treatable either by eyeglasses and contact lenses, the irregularity caused by the shape of the eyeball makes it a little difficult to properly fit the contact lenses themselves even though they’re specifically designed to correct astigmatism. There are also cases when you get blurry vision because the toric lenses, even though they’re comfortable enough, sometimes get dislodged from the proper position in the eye when you blink.
With the Soflens 66 Toric lenses from Bausch and Lomb, you won’t have these problems. With their expertise in contact lens manufacturing, Bausch and Lomb are recognized for their well-designed, superior fitting contact lenses. The Soflens 66 Toric lenses are no exception.
They have a wedge-shaped tapered section on the anterior surface of the lens from the 3 to 9 o’clock areas to reduce lens thickness. The Soflens 66 Toric lenses also make use of the Lo-Torque technology to stabilize the lenses while in the eyes. This constricts lens movement thereby minimizing blurry vision. The advanced optical design also refocuses light to a single point that guarantees sharp, clear vision. Imagine all these features in one single pair of Soflens 66 Toric lenses.
And yet there’s still more! Like the other contact lenses in the Soflens family, Soflens 66 Torics come equipped with a visibility handling tint. There’s a light hue on the lenses making them easier to see in their solution compared to clear and transparent lenses.
Soflens 66 Toric lenses may be recommended for daily or extended wear depending on the prescription of your eye doctor. If you’re on a daily wear schedule, you need to remove the lenses everyday before going to sleep. A cleaning and disinfecting routine is a must once the lenses are removed. Extended wear usually means being able to wear the lenses for up to a week even while sleeping. However, after that week is up, the lenses must be replaced immediately.