Biofinity toric 3 pack contacts are monthly disposable contact lenses that offer convenience and hydration while providing crisp, clear vision to people with astigmatism. These contacts are manufactured by CooperVision and employ the proprietary Aquaform Comfort Science Technology for comfort and Optimized Toric Lens Geometry for stability and clarity.
Biofinity toric 3 pack contact lenses are prescribed for astigmatism – a refractive error that causes blurred or distorted vision due to the uneven curvature of the cornea or less. They feature a unique toric design that adapts seamlessly to the eye for a stable fit and minimal lens movement.
Biofinity toric 3 pack contacts are made of Comfilcon A, a soft silicone hydrogel material with 48% water content. It also has high oxygen permeability keeping the eyes white, healthy, and comfortable all month long. Biofinity 3 pack contacts are visibility-tinted for easy handling and come as three soft contacts immersed in buffered saline. Save money on Biofinity toric contacts when you order at WebEyeCare.
Biofinity toric 3 pack contacts have a monthly replacement schedule, so you can wear them daily for 30 days before replacing them with a fresh pair. They should be stored in the recommended solution every night and cleaned before every use.
Biofinity toric monthly contact lenses are also approved for occasional sleeping or extended wear and you can wear them continuously for up to 29 nights. Sleeping in contact lenses reduces oxygen supply to the eye, so you should use Biofinity toric for extended wear only with a doctor’s supervision.
Biofinity toric 3 pack contacts offer stability and lasting comfort with the following features:
Aquaform Comfort Science Technology locks water into the lens for all-day comfort. It confers a natural wettability on the lens so wearers can stay hydrated without using additives or surface treatments. It also delivers superb oxygen transmission, keeping the eye clear, white, and healthy.
Contact lenses for astigmatism must be oriented perfectly for stability and visual acuity. Optimized Lens Geometry is a design process that produces contact lenses with predictable, stable vision in standard or extended range astigmatism prescriptions.
The unique back surface curvature reduces eye movement for stability, while the smooth continuous surface minimizes lens-eyelid interaction. A large toric optic zone provides clear vision over an extensive range of powers, and the uniform thickness across the lens simplifies the fitting process.
Biofinity toric 3 pack contacts are perfect for those who want to correct astigmatism with a lens that combines advanced features with premium comfort. They have a wide prescription range and are suitable for people with severe astigmatism who do not want to wear thick glasses.
Their exceptional stability also makes them excellent for people who partake in sports or other activities that make them blink or move their eyes around quickly. As extended wear contacts, Biofinity 3 pack toric contacts are suitable for professionals with unpredictable schedules like paramedics and military officers.
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Biofinity Toric are monthly disposable lenses that you can wear for up to 30 days before replacing with a new pair. You have to store the contacts in the approved solution each night and clean them before you insert them.
Yes. Biofinity toric contacts are approved for overnight wear, and you can sleep in them for up to 29 nights with a doctor’s approval. Your doctor must first determine that you can tolerate wearing contacts for long periods. Wearing contacts longer than recommended can strain your eyes and put you at risk of severe infections.
Toric is a term for contacts uniquely designed to correct astigmatism. These contacts have a torus shape, which creates different refractive powers on the vertical and horizontal orientations. Astigmatism is a refractive error that causes blurred, distorted vision due to the uneven curvature of the cornea or lens. Individuals with astigmatism can enjoy clear vision with toric contact lenses.
Toric lenses are thicker than regular lenses and may be more complicated to fit in. They must sit in one place on the eye and cannot rotate. New wearers may also need more time to adjust to their toric lenses.
How many boxes of contacts you need for a year depends on your contact lens type and prescription. A Biofinity toric 3 pack box contains three lenses per eye, so you need eight boxes for a year’s supply.