Precision1 for Astigmatism 90 Pack contacts are soft toric contact lenses prescribed for correcting astigmatism, a refractive error caused by an irregular curvature of the eye. The uneven shape affects how light enters the eye leading to distorted or blurry vision. Precision1 toric 90 Pack contacts are daily disposables created through years of expertise to provide consistent, clear, stable vision.
Precision1 contacts for astigmatism keep your vision stable and employ the innovative SMARTSURFACE Technology to ensure all-day hydration and a lasting feel of comfort. They are made from Verofilcon A, a soft silicone hydrogel material with high oxygen permeability and a visibility tint for easy handling. Precision1 toric 90 pack contacts support a stable tear film for superior vision and comfort.
Precision1 astigmatism contact lenses also offer Class 1 UV blocking, the highest level of UV protection you will find in any contact lens. They come packaged in boxes of 90 sterile, soft contact lenses immersed in buffered saline with polymeric wetting agents.
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Precision1 for Astigmatism 90 Pack contacts are daily disposables meant to be used and discarded at the end of the day. They are not approved for overnight wear or multiple uses. Wearing Precision1 astigmatism contacts more than once can cause the buildup of bacteria and deposits that can lead to eye infections.
Precision1 contacts for astigmatism contacts provide stable vision and comfort with the following features.
Alcon’s proprietary SMARTSURFACE technology provides superior comfort and lasting hydration using a permanent microthin moisture layer and a unique manufacturing process involving liquid baths and polymers that prevent the contacts from drying out.
This technology embeds more water at the surface (over 80%) than at the core (51%), keeping the core highly breathable and the surface extremely moist. SMARTSURFACE supports a stable tear film that delivers lasting performance and comfort all day.
Precision1 astigmatism contacts offer Class 1 UV blocking, the highest level of UV blocking in any contact lens. It can shield your eyes from up to 90% UVA and 99% UVB rays. They are useful for high-exposure environments like mountains and beaches, especially when combined with other protective eyewear.
Precision1 90 pack contacts are daily disposables, ideal for individuals with busy schedules who may not have the time to clean or care for their contacts. These toric contacts are also a great option for people with astigmatism who want to switch from glasses to contacts or desire a more comfortable contact lens brand.
Precision1 toric contacts with SMARTSURFACE Technology for enhanced moisture retention are also perfect for people who work in dry, challenging environments. Their Class 1 UV blocking technology also makes them an excellent option for people who spend a lot of time outdoors.
Yes. Astigmatism contacts have a unique toric design that can add to manufacturing costs. Contact lenses for astigmatism, especially those with a high prescription, have higher price points than regular contact lenses.
The lowest astigmatism prescription is between 1 to 2 diopters. Astigmatism prescriptions are measured in diopters, a measurement of the reciprocal focal length of the eye. A perfect eye has a measurement of zero diopters and will not require any correction.
A prescription between 1 to 2 diopters is considered mild astigmatism; between 2 and 3 diopters is moderate astigmatism, between 3 and 4 is severe, while anything above 4 diopters is regarded as extreme astigmatism.
The astigmatism scale is a metric for determining the severity of astigmatism. The scale is calibrated in diopters and runs from 0 to greater than 4. The astigmatism scale indicates the severity of astigmatism as mild (1 to 2 diopters), moderate (2 to 3 diopters), severe (3 to 4 diopters), and extreme (greater than 4 diopters).
Astigmatism is corrected using toric contact lenses, spherically-shaped lenses that create different refractive or focusing powers on the vertical and horizontal orientations. The refractive strength of toric contact lenses increases or decreases as you move around the lens.