Finding the perfect contact lenses for dry eyes can be a task. It is challenging to find contact lenses that are not only good quality but are comfortable all day long. This is where Biofinity contact lenses come in, they provide you with superior hydration and unmatched vision performance so you can focus on the important things in life.
Biofinity lenses are unique hydrogel contact lenses manufactured with unique silicone hydrogel material. Copper Vision made these contact lenses using Aquaform Technology which ensures comfort and clarity all day. The company also engineered Biofinity Energys with Digital Zone Optics, which means they are the first contact lenses ever made for the digital age.
These are available for nearsighted or farsighted people, these advanced contact lenses are specially designed to deliver remarkable visual performance. The latest technology ensures increased oxygen transmission so your eyes can stay healthy. These contact lenses are the perfect choice for everyone.
These contacts use CooperVision's unique Aquaform technology that offers high oxygen permeability and comfort all day. To ensure that you get the best out of your contact lenses, it is important to follow the recommended replacement schedule. Wearing contact lenses for longer than the recommended time can lead to complications such as eye infections.
The contact lenses come in different types and replacement schedules. These include daily disposable lenses, and monthly, and extended-wear lenses.
Daily disposable lenses are meant to be worn for a maximum of 16 hours after which they should be replaced with a fresh pair.
Monthly lenses can be worn for 30 days but they should then be disposed of. These require you to remove them while sleeping. You should also properly store them and clean them every day. We recommend you talk to your eye care professional for information regarding storing your lenses.
Extended-wear lenses can be worn overnight for 29 nights. You must regularly clean them to remove any dirt or debris. Even though approved for overnight wear you should still consult your eye care provider if you want to sleep in them. You should also protect them from any kind of water to prevent eye infections.
The replacement schedule will also vary depending on the individual. You must talk to your eye care professional regarding your replacement schedule. Other than that we also recommend you regularly monitor your eye health.
Biofinity is one of the leading brands of contact lenses. They are designed to ensure high oxygen permeability, comfort, and clarity. There are multiple variations of these lenses to meet the needs of all individuals. The different types of lenses that they offer are as follows:
Biofinity: These are contact lenses designed for people with nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. They come as monthly disposable contact lenses. They are manufactured using unique Aquaform technology that ensures high oxygen permeability, natural wettability, and moisture retention. They are ideal for people looking for monthly disposable contact lenses.
Biofinity Toric: These are contact lenses designed for people with astigmatism. They come as monthly disposable contact lenses. They are manufactured using unique Aquaform technology. They have a unique shape that allows clear vision, stability, and comfort throughout the day. They are also customizable to make sure that they meet your individual vision needs.
Biofinity Multifocal: These are contact lenses designed for people with presbyopia. They come as monthly disposable contact lenses. They are manufactured using unique Aquaform technology. They have a unique shape that allows a smooth transition between near, intermediate, and distance vision. They are also customizable to make sure that they meet your individual vision needs.
Biofinity Energys: These are contact lenses designed for people who spend long hours in front of digital devices. They come as monthly disposable contact lenses. They are manufactured using unique Aquaform technology. They have a unique shape that allows optimal comfort and visual acuity. It is made of silicone hydrogel material which filters out blue light, preventing eye strains and fatigue.
Biofinity XR: These are contact lenses designed for people with higher prescriptions. They come as monthly disposable contact lenses. They are manufactured using unique Aquaform technology. They are also customizable to make sure that they meet your individual vision needs. They offer a wide range of powers.
Biofinity Toric XR: These are contact lenses designed for people with presbyopia and astigmatism in people with high prescriptions They come as monthly disposable contact lenses. They are manufactured using unique Aquaform technology. They are also customizable to make sure that they meet your vision needs They offer a wide range of powers.
Biofinity XR Toric Multifocal: These are contact lenses designed for people with astigmatism. They come as monthly disposable contact lenses. They are manufactured using unique Aquaform technology. They have a unique shape that allows clear vision at all distances and stability for people with astigmatism. They are also customizable to make sure that they meet your individual vision needs.
The Biofinity brand of contact lenses is made of several advanced technologies. This is to provide you with high-quality vision correction and comfort to wearers. Here are the technologies used by CooperVision in this line.
Available technologies for Acuvue include:
A unique technology used in only in this line of contact lenses. It ensures that your lenses remain hydrated throughout the day. The silicone hydrogel material helps with moisture retention and high oxygen permeability. This makes these contacts ideal for people with dry eyes. This technology is available in Biofinity, Biofinity Toric, Biofinity Multifocal, Biofinity Energys, Biofinity XR, Biofinity Toric XR, and Biofinity XR Toric Multifocal.
This technology is used to ensure stable vision and optimal placement. It allows for a more comfortable fit and prevents the risk of lens rotation, and blurry vision. These are used for people with astigmatism. This technology is used in Biofinity Toric and Biofinity Toric XR contact lenses.
This technology is used to reduce the need for multiple pairs of glasses. It allows a smooth transition between near, intermediate, and distance vision. These lenses are made for people with presbyopia and astigmatism. It can be found in Biofinity Multifocal and Biofinity XR Toric Multifocal contact lenses.
The digital zone optics filters block out harmful blue light that helps reduce the risk of eye strains and fatigue. This is exclusive to the Biofinity Energys contact lenses.
These have a wide range of powers to meet the individual needs of people with higher prescriptions. Biofinity XR, Biofinity Toric XR, and Biofinity XR Toric Multifocal contact lenses are designed using this technology.
Biofinity brand contact lenses have been made to address multiple vision conditions. These include:
Myopia: Also known as nearsightedness, this is a common eye condition in which objects that are farther away appear blurry. All versions of the Biofinity line of contact lenses, including Biofinity, Biofinity Toric, Biofinity Multifocal, Biofinity Energys, and Biofinity XR, can correct this vision issue.
Hyperopia: Commonly referred to as farsightedness, this is an eye condition in which near objects appear blurry. All of the Biofinity contact lenses, including Biofinity, Biofinity Toric, Biofinity Multifocal, Biofinity Energys, and Biofinity XR, correct this vision impairment.
Astigmatism: Astigmatism is an eye condition that causes blurry or distorted vision at all distances and is caused by the way light reflects off the back of the eye. Biofinity Toric, Biofinity Toric XR, and Biofinity XR Toric Multifocal contact lenses are designed to correct astigmatism.
Presbyopia: This is an eye condition that mainly affects people over the age of 40 and is used interchangeably with multifocal. Having multifocal vision leads to difficulty seeing near objects. Biofinity Multifocal and Biofinity XR Toric Multifocal contact lenses are designed to address presbyopia.
Digital Eye Strain: This occurs due to prolonged exposure to harmful blue light. The Biofinity Energys contact lenses prevent this by blocking the blue light.
Yes, these are one of the world's leading contact lenses. This is due to their soft hydrogel silicon material as it offers high oxygen permeability and water retention.
This brand of contact lenses is exclusively monthly wear lenses. The daily time duration for which you can wear these contacts depends on your lens type and your doctor's approval. Although, these contact lenses are approved for extended wear for up to six nights or seven days, it is best to discuss optimal wear times with your eye care provider. As with all extended wear lenses, these should be removed every night and cleaned before each use.
It is never recommended to wear contact lenses in any body of water. Unless previously approved for extended wear by your eye care provider, you should remove your contacts before entering the shower to avoid contamination from microorganisms present in the water.
This will depend on the usage and the amount in each box. Generally, one box of 6 lenses is enough for a 6-month supply if the lenses are changed out & disposed of on a monthly basis.
Contact lens prescriptions are provided by your eye care provider after being fit for and trialing the lenses prescribed. Each prescription consists of a power or sphere, base curve, and diameter with the addition of a cylinder, axis, or add power depending the type of vision correction needed. Reading your contact lens prescription entails understanding the abbreviations on the prescriptions and what they mean.
Most people can wear monthly contact lenses with ease, however, if you suffer from dry eyes, allergies, or frequent and severe eye infections, a daily wear lens may be more ideal.
No. Glasses and contact lens prescriptions are different. Since contacts rest directly on your eyes and glasses sit farther away, about 12 millimeters from your eyes, the strength of the prescription will vary. In addition, there are parameters taken into consideration with contact lens prescriptions that are not included in glasses prescriptions. These include base curve, diameter, contact lens brand, material, or type.
Monthly disposable contact lenses are recommended to be worn for up to 30 day with regular cleaning. These lenses have been approved for extended wear times of six days and seven nights after consultation with your eye care provider.
The main difference between these two versions is that Biofinity XR offers contacts for more severe vision correction and stronger prescriptions.
Yes, these contacts are comfortable to wear. This is because they are made from hydrogel silicon which allows high oxygen permeability and water retention making them ideal for all-day wear.
Yes. Biofinity monthly contact lenses are approved for extended wear of up to six days and seven nights. It is important to consult your eye care provider prior to using these lenses in this manner.
For optimal lens care, follow these steps:
Biofinity Toric lenses are designed specifically to correct astigmatism, so it is not advisable to use them if you don’t have astigmatism. Wearing toric contacts if you don’t have astigmatism can lead to unwanted vision problems.
The cost of Biofinity lenses depends on which type of lenses you're prescribed. One box of lenses can range anywhere from $29 to $135 with the more expensive lenses being the made-to-order, custom contacts with extended range.
When being prescribed contact lenses, your eye care provider will assist you in the learning process to ensure you are comfortable with inserting and removing them on your own.
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
It is not recommended that you swim or shower with your lenses on. This is because any type of water can lead to the growth of dangerous bacteria.
Color blindness is a genetic condition that cannot be corrected with contact lenses. There are glasses however, that can help color blind people filter colors.
Yes, these contacts may be a good candidate for dry eyes because they have relatively low water content. Contacts with a low water content dry less on the eye than contacts with a high water content. These contacts are also good for dry eyes because they feature Aquaform Technology, which locks in water so you can enjoy all-day comfort.
While you can wear contact lenses while playing sports, it is highly recommended that you use protective eyewear as well depending on the type of sport you are playing.
No, they do not offer different color options.
Yes! Makeup can be worn with contact lenses if done so properly so as to avoid chance of infection or irritation.
Here are some makeup and lens wearing tips:
Common allergic reactions to contact lenses are listed below.
Hydrogel contacts stay moist longer than silicone hydrogel contacts, like Biofinity contacts. However, you can't wear them to bed, and they may become less comfortable after many hours of wear. These contacts are exceptionally breathable, but they may be less comfortable on sensitive eyes.
As of today, there are no known risks with wearing contact lenses while pregnant. It is always best practice to consult your doctor before using any product during your pregnancy. It's important to note that some women may experience allergic reactions or changes in vision or symptoms that could affect their pregnancy.