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PureVision Toric

PureVision Toric

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PureVision Toric Contact Lenses 1 box - 6 pack / lenses - 6 month supply

PureVision Toric
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PureVision Toric Details & Parameters

Manufacturer: Bausch & Lomb
Lens type: Toric Lenses
Each box contains: 6 lenses, a 6-month supply
Water Content: 36%
Material type: Silicone Hydrogel
Oxygen transmissibility: 91 Dk/t
Can be worn overnight?: Yes
Recommended wearing time: Daily wear or up to 6 nights/7 days extended wear
Replacement schedule: Monthly
Availability: In stock
Cost per day: $0.32
Customer rating: 9.4/10
Visibility tinted: Yes
Blocks UV: No
Includes wetting agent: No
Lens stiffness rating (modulus): 1.1 Mpa
Inside out mark: Yes
Special features: AerGel Material, High Definition Optics
Introduced: 2005 Still in production
% Lens Material: 64% balafilcon A
FDA material group: Silicone hydrogel
Disinfection Method: Multi-Purpose solution
Lens design: Toric
Production method: Cast-molded
Center thickness at -3.00D: 0.01 mm
Optical zone: 8.5 mm
Diameters: 14.0 mm
Base curves: 8.7 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
Cylinder: -0.75, -1.25, -1.75
Axis: 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100, 110, 120, 130, 140, 150, 160, 170, 180

Product Information

PureVision® Toric contact lenses (6 pack) are designed to provide clear, consistent vision for people with astigmatism. Made using exclusive AerGel material, these contacts also deliver superior comfort all day.

Features & Benefits

PureVision Toric contacts are monthly disposable lenses. They are indicated for daily wear or extended wear of up to 7 days. Note that not everyone can wear these contacts continuously for a full 7 days. If your eye care professional (ECP) recommends a different wearing schedule, follow their guidance.

As toric lenses, PureVision Toric contacts provide different refractive powers on the vertical and horizontal orientations to correct astigmatism. Their prism-ballast design also keeps them from rotating on the eye.

PureVision Toric contacts are also made using Bausch + Lomb's unique AerGel material, which resists deposit buildup and stays moist all day. This material also allows natural levels of oxygen to reach your eyes so that they stay white, clear, and healthy. PureVision Toric contacts also have an enhanced optical design to reduce aberrations, giving you clearer and sharper vision.

Additionally, PureVision Toric contacts come with a visibility tint and inside-out indicators for easy handling during insertion and removal.

Who They're For

PureVision Toric contacts are a great choice for current soft toric lens wearers who require exceptional visual acuity and comfort with the convenience of monthly disposable lenses.

PureVision Toric contacts are also a great choice for astigmatic spectacle wearers who prefer the convenience of contacts.

Because PureVision Toric contacts are FDA-approved for extended wear, they’re also ideal for astigmatic patients with highly active lifestyles or unpredictable schedules.

Don’t let astigmatism hold you back. Talk to your ECP today about trying PureVision Toric contacts.

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 ECP if you notice chang