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Toric Contact Lenses - Solution to Astigmatism

Are you a patient of Astigmatism? Do you know it may also be caused by an irregularly shaped lens? A lens with a different focal length and optical power in two orientations, which are perpendicular to each other, is known as a Toric lens. These contact lenses offer you the potential for fluctuating vision which means that they move and rotate a bit in your eyes which makes the eyes feel more comfortable. These Toric lenses from Lenskart are available on discount and can also be disposed after a month or a year.

Comfortable and Easy to Handle

Toric lenses do not strain your eyes, are easy to handle and give comfortable feather touch to your precious eyes. Being slightly thicker, these are a little heavier at the bottom. Lenskart.com offers you these lenses by the means of online shopping.

  • Unisex design makes them an option for both men and women
  • Water content ranging between 42% to 55% allows more passage of oxygen in your eyes
  • Resist protein buildup because of which your eyes stay comfortable all day long and night as well

Most Affordable Online Shopping Destination

Toric contact lenses range between Rs. 563 and Rs. 2,430 per box and offer you optimum vision clarity and comfort. Brands such as Cooper Vision Lenses, Aryan Lenses, Bausch and Lomb and Acuvue Lenses offer a variety of Toric Lenses. You can shop for this extensive range of Toric lenses at Lenskart.com with discount varying between 13% to 40%. Online shopping is the key here. So men & women grab your pair today.

Similar Types of Contact Lenses

Toric Lenses

There are several types of contact lenses that are designed for specific purposes. Apart from correcting vision, they are worn for functional and cosmetic reasons. A toric lens is a cylindrical lens that is mainly used by people who suffer from astigmatism. There are two different powers and focal lengths in the horizontal and vertical positions in a toric lens, which help reduce inconsistent vision caused by astigmatism.

Toric Contact Lenses Meaning

Toric lenses are soft contact lenses that are made of regular hydrogel materials and silicone hydrogel. They are different from regular contact lenses which are spherical in shape and help with vision problems related to myopia and hypermetropia. Toric lenses help in vision correction with astigmatism. Spherical contact lenses have the same power on all sides of the lenses while toric lenses have different powers in the horizontal and vertical positions. Usually, toric lenses have heavy bottoms so that they do not rotate with the blinking of the eyes. It also takes longer to fit toric lenses because of their complex design.

Brands of Toric Contact Lenses

Different manufacturers make toric contact lenses in different sizes and they are difficult to fit. It becomes important to find the right size and the brand of toric lenses that are specific to who wears them. Some of the best brands of toric lenses are Bausch & Lomb, Alcon, Acme, Cooper Vision and Johnson & Johnson among others.

Bausch & Lomb Soflens Toric Contact Lenses are designed to fit all those who have astigmatism. These monthly disposable contact lenses have a diameter of 14.5 mm and base curve of 8.5 mm. They are worn in all waking hours and they should be removed while sleeping.

Johnson & Johnson's Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism are daily disposable toric contact lenses. The diameter of each lens is 14.5 mm and the base curve is 8.6 mm.

Coloured Toric Contact Lenses

There are different types of toric lenses for astigmatic patients. Toric lenses are also available as coloured lenses. These lenses are not only intended for correcting vision, they also help enrich one's eye colour!

Toric Contact Lenses for Astigmatism

Astigmatism is a refractive error of the eye because of an uneven shape of the cornea. If this refractive error is not corrected, it causes headaches, eyestrain and blurred vision. Earlier regular contact lenses were not able to help people with astigmatism. Nowadays, toric lenses can help people with this condition.

Cataract surgery and Toric Contact Lenses

A cataract is a clouding of the natural lens of an eye. It is most common among adults who are above 50 years old. This condition develops gradually and prevents light from entering the retina. There are also residual effects of astigmatism after a cataract surgery. Toric lenses can help correct vision problems with these different conditions: astigmatism and cataract surgery.

Toric Contact Lens Problems and Side Effects

Toric contact lenses have their own advantages and disadvantages. Even though toric lenses help with astigmatism, they may not be able to cope with blurry vision from time to time. After cataract surgeries, these lenses can help with far sightedness but one may still need to wear eyeglasses for near vision. Sometimes, even with a perfect fit, toric lenses will move around the eye and the horizontal and vertical alignments of the lenses will change, causing inconsistent vision.

Worth of Toric Contact Lenses

Toric lenses are designed differently, with heavy bottoms that help in eye movement. These lenses can be worn for a long period of time - up to a year - before they are replaced. They are also available in a wide range of colours. Toric lenses not only come as yearly disposable lenses, they are available in monthly, weekly and daily disposable options.

Multifocal Toric Contact Lenses

A multifocal contact lens is a type of toric contact lens that helps people suffering from presbyopia along with astigmatism. A bifocal contact lens is also considered a multifocal contact lens. Presbyopia is a condition where one loses the ability to focus on things near to the eyes. Things at a distance, however, appear fine with this condition.

Daily and Disposable Toric Contact Lenses

Toric lenses are also available as disposable contact lenses that can be used on a monthly basis. Daily disposable toric contact lenses are convenient to use as they do not need to be cleaned from time to time; they need to be replaced every day. Daily disposable contact lenses do not collect any lens deposits that can become harmful to the eyes, and so, they remain a healthy option.