These contact lenses offer exceptional comfort and moisture for patients requiring prescription lenses. Featuring Hydraclear Plus technology, these lenses provide wearers with moisture-focused vision correction which is perfect for people with astigmatism. They also offer enhanced labeling, with inside-out markings to ensure the lenses are inserted correctly.
These weekly disposable toric contact lenses offer a Blink Stabilized Design. This means that the lens stays in place, providing wearers with clear and stable vision. These lenses are specially designed for patients with astigmatism, a common eye problem that makes your vision appear blurry or shadowed. In addition to providing vision correction, these contact lenses also have one of the highest levels of UV protection blocking 99.9% of UVB and ~96.1% of UVA rays. Rest assured that your eyes are protected when you are outdoors in all lighting conditions. While keeping your eyes hydrated and protected, the Hydraclear Plus technology provides a smooth blink so you never feel like your contact lenses are scratching or rubbing against your eyes.
These contact lenses are recommended for daily wear & cleansing and are recommended to be replaced every one to two weeks. Wearers can also use them for up to six nights and seven days of continuous use. This means they should be replaced every seven days. Talk to your eye care provider about extended contact lens wear and do not wear any contact lenses for longer than the recommended length of time to avoid the risk of eye infections.
Toric contact lenses are prescribed to patients with astigmatism. Astigmatism occurs when the cornea has mismatched curves. This means that traditional contact lenses will not be effective in providing effective vision correction.
It is important to protect your eyes from the sun. These disposable contact lenses offer exceptional UV protection with 96.1% UVA and 99% UVB protection.
While contact lenses with UV protection are helpful to have, they are not substitutes for wearing UV-absorbing eyewear such as sunglasses because they do not completely cover the eye and surrounding areas.
You should enjoy maximum comfort when wearing contact lenses. Hydraclear Plus technology keeps the eyes hydrated and the surface of the lens smooth. Embedded in the surface of the lens are tear-like molecules that stabilize the tear film to create a comfortable, smooth wearing experience.
The Acuvue brand offers both monthly and daily toric lens options with similar technology. Acuvue Vita for Astigmatism uses HydraMax technology which enables contact lenses to maintain a constant moisture barrier between the eyes and the lenses and Acuvue Oasys 1-Day for Astigmatism utilizes a newer, proprietary wetting technology called HydraLuxe providing enhanced moisture to the eye.
Toric contact lenses are specially fitted to the eye to accommodate the unique curvature someone with astigmatism needs. Blink stabilization ensures the lenses stay in place and the eye movement is natural.
These lenses are made from silicone hydrogel so wearers can experience the highest level of comfort and vision correction. Contact lenses made with silicone hydrogel are more porous than those made with regular hydrogel; this is what allows more oxygen to enter the cornea. This improves breathability around the eye and encourages natural tears for comfort when blinking.
Other silicone hydrogel contact lenses for astigmatism include Biofinity Toric, Precision1 for Astigmatism, and Clariti 1-Day Toric.
Acuvue Oasys toric lenses are available to correct astigmatism, a condition caused by an imperfection in the cornea’s curvature or lens.
The uneven shape of the cornea or lens causes light entering the eye to scatter and focus at multiple points on the retina instead of one, leading to blurred, fuzzy or distorted vision.
Astigmatism can also cause headaches, squinting, eyestrain, and poor night vision.
Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism 6 Pack has a unique toric shape that creates different refractive or focusing powers that correct astigmatism. It also fields a blink stabilization design of four thick zones that keeps the contacts from rotating out of position when in the eye.
These contact lenses were designed with movement in mind. People with an active lifestyle will enjoy the comfort and moisture of Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism 6 Pack contact lenses. Blink stabilization paired with a silicone hydrogel material makes daily activities, sports, and dry environments easy to navigate in comfort.
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These contact lenses can be worn daily with regular cleaning for up to two weeks or for up to six nights and seven days of extended wear. This means a six-pack will last you up to three months for one eye. If you would like a six month supply, you will need to order two boxes.
These contact lenses can be worn daily for up to two weeks or up to six nights/seven days as an extended wear lens.
Yes. These contact lenses are designed specifically for people with astigmatism. The toric shape paired with blink stabilization keeps the lens in place. Hydraclear technology enhances comfort by providing the right amount of moisture.
Yes. You can wear these contact lenses for up to six nights and seven days with extended wear. Consult with your eye care provider to ensure extended wear is right for you.
A six-pack of these disposable contact lenses will last up to three months with daily or extended wear.
Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism 6 packs contain six contact lenses per box.
For a six month supply of these contact lenses, you will need to order two boxes. A 12 month supply will require four boxes.
You can wear these contact lenses for up to 15 hours, however, it is recommended to consult with your eye care provider to see if extended lens wear time is right for you.
Each person’s contact lens needs are unique. That’s why it is important to replace your contact lenses based on your personal usage. Dispose of your contact lenses if they become scratched or damaged in any way. Do not wear contact lenses beyond the manufacturer's best-by date and do not wear them past the recommended usage.
Based on recommended use and wear, you should replace your contact lenses every one to two weeks.
Yes. Hydraclear Technology makes it easier than ever for people with Astigmatism to wear contact lenses. These disposable contact lenses are comfortable and offer the right level of moisture so you can wear them all day and blink in comfort.
It is not recommended to wear contact lenses while swimming or showering. Water molecules can enter the lens creating bacteria build-up which can lead to eye infections.
These disposable contact lenses are made with silicone hydrogel material and have an oxygen transmissibility of 129 Dk/t. This creates a more breathable and comfortable environment for your eyes, meaning you can wear them for longer periods of time and in dry or dusty conditions.
It is safe to wear makeup while wearing contact lenses. We recommended practicing good hygiene when applying makeup including washing your hands beforehand and always cleaning your brushes and applicators before use. This will prevent the build-up of harmful bacteria which can harm your eyes. It is also recommended to insert your contact lenses first prior to makeup application so as to prevent makeup particles from getting between your eye and the lens.
You should clean your contact lenses every day using a recommended cleaning solution. Do not insert contact lenses into your mouth to clean them or use any form of cloth or other abrasive material. Place your contact lenses in the cleaning solution when not wearing them and change the solution daily.
These contact lenses are designed to provide vision correction for people with astigmatism. Other, non-toric Acuvue contact lenses are best suited for patients with nearsightedness, farsightedness, or presbyopia. Your eye care provider will be able to guide you on which type of contact lenses are right for your specific vision needs.
There are two methods to safely remove disposable contact lenses. Washing your hands is the first step prior to either method mentioned below.
Forefinger and Thumb Method
These contact lenses are made from silicone hydrogel. This material is more porous than traditional hydrogel lenses allowing for more oxygen to reach the cornea. This means you can wear the lenses for a longer period of time with greater comfort.
Yes, you can wear these contact lenses for up to seven nights with extended wear depending on your eye care provider’s recommendation.
Hydraclear technology creates a stable tear film so that wearers can experience contact lenses in greater comfort. These tear-like molecules enhance moisture and create a smooth lens surface.
Clean your contact lenses with an approved contact lens solution. Your eye care provider will be able to provide you with suggestions that best suit the type of contact lenses you are wearing and your vision needs.
People with astigmatism often have sensitive eyes. This is due to the curvature of the cornea lens. It is important to test your adaptability to contact lenses slowly to ensure comfort and avoid pain. Most people with astigmatism should be able to wear contact lenses with no issues or discomfort.
The base curve of this lens is 8.6 mm with a diameter of 14.5 mm. The center of the lens was measured at 0.08 mm thick in a -3.00 power lens.
It is not recommended to wear contact lenses while playing sports unless wearing additional eye protection. Contact during sports could result in cracked or scratched contact lenses. Consult with your eye care provider about how you can protect your eyes while playing sports.
Talk to your eye care provider about pairing progressive glasses with contact lenses. They may suggest a different contact lens to better suit your vision needs.
These contact lenses are not available in different colors. While Acuvue does offer the 1-Day Acuvue Define as a color lens option, it is not available in a toric lens.
Contact lenses should only be worn with eyecare provider advice. This will ensure you get a more comfortable vision correction experience. Wearing contact lenses can have side effects if they are not worn correctly such as eye irritation or eye infection. People with astigmatism may be more sensitive to contact lenses. Do not wear your contact lenses longer than recommended by the manufacturer. Improper handling can result in damage to your contact lenses. Consult with your eye care provider if you are experiencing any kind of side effects or reaction to contact lenses. Stop wearing contact lenses if any of these side effects occur.
Many patients are nervous about wearing contact lenses when they have astigmatism. These contact lenses offer a comfortable and stable vision correction solution. This is why I recommended Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism to my patients. For many years, it was difficult to find a contact lens that had the right materials and level of hydration to provide patients with comfortable and effective vision correction. Since seeing the positive results of these contact lenses, I now recommended them to my patients with astigmatism.
The silicone hydrogel material means patients with astigmatism can experience a greater level of comfort. Many patients with astigmatism have sensitive eyes, so it is important that they wear contact lenses that address this need. Silicone hydrogel is smooth and encourages the production of tears for comfortable blinking and clear vision.
Patients with astigmatism also experience dry eyes. Hydraclear Plus technology solves this problem by helping to encourage tear formation and protect the lens film. My patients have reported greater comfort and easier ability to blink while wearing these contact lenses due to this advanced moisture-enhancing technology.
Protecting my patient's eyes from the sun is important. Sun damage can lead to more serious vision problems so I want to be sure that my patient’s eyes are protected at all times. Some problems that can result from sun damage are glaucoma, macular degeneration, and even cancer of the eye. These contact lenses protect the eyes from UVA and UVB light, meaning my patients get greater comfort and protection while wearing these contact lenses.
These contact lenses are comfortable to wear for extended periods of time. So my patients can wear them for up to six days and seven nights. They can also be worn for 10 to 12 hours, so people with busy schedules don’t have to worry about scrambling to find their glasses or changing their contact lenses. This makes them one of my first suggestions for patients who travel a lot or who are on the road for extended periods of time like pilots, truckers, and military personnel.
Contact lenses are a very personal experience. Patients should only wear contact lenses that are designed for their specific vision needs. These contact lenses allow me to prescribe a pair that is specifically designed for patients with astigmatism. This gives me great comfort and pleasure knowing that my patient’s individual vision needs are being met and that they are wearing contact lenses that will provide them with comfortable vision correction. If a patient is experiencing any discomfort, I recommend they consult with their eyecare provider who will be able to instruct them on how to wear them correctly and keep them clean to avoid any discomfort or irritation.
Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism is one of the best solutions for people who have trouble wearing contact lenses. The stabilization design makes sure that lenses are inserted correctly and remain in place. This is critical to ensuring effective vision correction. The Hydraclear technology and moisture-enhancing silicone hydrogel material mean wearers with astigmatism will get the best level of comfort while wearing these contact lenses.
While highly recommended, these contacts may not be the best fit for everyone. If your lifestyle requires more traveling or you’re simply not the best at remembering to properly clean and store your contact lenses, you may enjoy a daily toric lens more. In addition, if you suffer from dry eyes, there are astigmatism lenses available with higher oxygen transmissibility such as Bausch & Lomb Ultra for Astigmatism (163 Dk/t) or DAILIES AquaComfort Plus Toric (156 Dk/t)