Biomedics Toric contacts are comfortable lenses designed for individuals with astigmatism, a condition that occurs when the cornea has an irregular curve causing blurriness because light rays cannot penetrate the eye properly. You can wear these disposable lenses for up to two weeks, making them far more pleasant to wear than other lenses. These lenses are also made under the brand name UltraFlex Toric. Each box of Biomedics® Toric contacts contains six lenses in buffered saline.
Biomedics Toric, known also as Biomedics 55 Toric, is part of the Coopervision family of contact lenses.
Material and % of content: 45% polymer (ocufilcon D), 55% water
What is the difference between Biomedics Toric and Acuvue Oasys contact lenses?
The main difference between Biomedics Toric and Acuvue Oasys contact lenses is that you can wear Biomedics Toric lenses for more consecutive nights in a row, up to one week. Biomedics Toric contacts also stay moist with just a little eye solution. Consult your eye doctor as this ranges due to a patient's eye dryness.
Are Biomedics Toric contact lenses for astigmatism?
Biomedics Toric contacts are comfortable lenses designed for individuals with astigmatism, which occurs when the cornea has an irregular curve, causing blurriness since light rays cannot penetrate your eye properly.
How long can I wear Biomedics Toric contact lenses?
With top rated wetness and breathability, the Biomedics Toric contact lenses are recommended for use of up to two weeks. If you have started a pair, but have not worn them in several days, it is recommended that you throw them away and begin a fresh set after the two week period.
Can I sleep in Biomedics Toric contacts?
You can sleep in Biomedics Toric contacts, however, you run the risk of degrading the contact lens material faster. For optimal life span, take them out before going to sleep at night.