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Acuvue VITA for Astigmatism

Acuvue VITA for Astigmatism

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Acuvue VITA for Astigmatism Contact Lenses 1 box - 6 pack / lenses - 6 month supply

Acuvue VITA for Astigmatism
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Acuvue VITA for Astigmatism Details & Parameters

Manufacturer: Johnson & Johnson
Lens type: Toric Lenses
Each box contains: 6 lenses, a 6-month supply
Water Content: 41%
Material type: Silicone Hydrogel
Oxygen transmissibility: 129 Dk/t
Can be worn overnight?: No
Recommended wearing time: Daily
Replacement schedule: Monthly
Availability: In stock
Cost per day: $0.19
Customer rating: 9.4/10
Visibility tinted: Yes
Blocks UV: Yes
Includes wetting agent: Yes
Lens stiffness rating (modulus): 0.77 Mpa
Inside out mark: No
Special features: Hydramax, BLINK STABILIZED Design
Introduced: 2017 Still in production
% Lens Material: 59% senofilcon A
FDA material group: Silicone hydrogel
Disinfection Method: Multi-Purpose solution
Lens design: Toric
Production method: Stabilized soft molding
Center thickness at -3.00D: 0.08 mm
Diameters: 14.5 mm
Base curves: 8.6 mm
Sphere powers: -9.00D, -8.50D, -8.00D, -7.50D, -7.00D, -6.50D, -6.00D, -5.75D, -5.50D, -5.25D, -5.00D, -4.75D, -4.50D, -4.25D, -4.00D, -3.75D, -3.50D, -3.25D, -3.00D, -2.75D, -2.50D, -2.25D, -2.00D, -1.75D, -1.50D, -1.25D, -1.00D, -0.75D, -0.50D, -0.25D, +0.00D, +0.25D, +0.50D, +0.75D, +1.00D, +1.25D, +1.50D, +1.75D, +2.00D, +2.25D, +2.50D, +2.75D, +3.00D, +3.25D, +3.50D, +3.75D, +4.00D
Cylinder: -0.75, -1.25, -1.75, -2.25
Axis: 10°, 20°, 30°, 40°, 50°, 60°, 70°, 80°, 90°, 100°, 110°, 120°, 130°, 140°, 150°, 160°, 170°, 180°

Product Information

Acuvue VITA for Astigmatism contact lenses are designed for people who need vision correction due to astigmatism but who don't want to wear bulky glasses. Featuring a unique combination of Acuvue's innovative HydraMax™ Technology and BLINK STABILIZED® Design, these contacts offer superior comfort and clear vision all day.

Features & Benefits

Acuvue VITA for Astigmatism are monthly contacts that provide exceptional vision and reliable comfort for patients with astigmatism — a common eye condition that causes blurred vision. You have to remove and clean these contacts nightly, but you can use them daily for a full month before replacing them with a fresh set of contacts.

Acuvue VITA for Astigmatism contacts feature HydraMax™ Technology, which helps maximize and maintain hydration throughout the lens for all-day comfort.

These lenses also feature BLINK STABILIZED® Design, which works with natural eyelid movements to keep the lens in place. As such, these lenses won’t shift out of place, even if you move your eyes or your head. Plus, Acuvue VITA for Astigmatism contacts can protect your eyes from 99.8% of UVB and 93.4% of UVA rays.

Who They’re For

Astigmatism occurs when the cornea has an irregular curvature, which can cause your vision to appear blurry, fuzzy, or distorted. That irregular curvature can be corrected by eyeglasses with special cylindrical lenses to compensate for how light passes through the cornea, but that option isn’t ideal for people who prefer the convenience of contact lenses.

Astigmatism requires contacts to be oriented on the eye a certain way, and that orientation is fixed. When contacts shift or rotate due to the eye blinking or the head tilting, the wearer’s vision can be affected.

Fortunately, contacts with Acuvue’s BLINK STABILIZED® Design realign naturally with each blink so that they don’t shift or rotate throughout the day. As such, Acuvue VITA for Astigmatism can give you clear, consistent, and stable vision all day.

About Astigmatism

Astigmatism is a common eye condition in which the cornea of the eye has mismatched curves. Ideally, the eye is shaped like a round ball. When light enters the eye, it bends evenly, giving you a clear view of the object you’re looking at. In people with astigmatism, light gets bent more in one direction than another due to the cornea's mismatched curves. As a result, only a part of the object is in focus. Most people who have astigmatism are born with it, but it’s unclear why this is the case. You can also get astigmatism after an eye injury, an eye disease, or eye surgery. Because astigmatism symptoms develop slowly, it’s important to see an eye care professional if you notice changes in your vision.