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Biofinity Toric Contact Lenses Use Water Retention Technology

If you just feel the negative effects of wearing toric contact lenses, such as itching or dryness, you may want to consider changing to a different brand. One possibility is the Biofinity Toric contact lenses, a brand of CooperVision.

These diurnal lenses (which is also called as dognlinser in Norwegian language) can be used both for everyday wear or alternatively for six nights of continuous wear. The materials used to build the lenses can make-or-break when it comes to how good they feel and how well they perform.

Biofinity Toric lenses are made of a substance called comfilcon A, which allows a very large amount of oxygen to be transmitted through it and directly into the eye. It's a lot of things when it comes to the good health of your eyes, and also contributes to helping you feel better lenses throughout the day.

A comfilcon material is also treated with a special process that CooperVision Aquaform call. This technology takes water-loving nature of the lens and jack it by creating hydrogen bonds with water molecules. These bonds attract water into the lens, keep them wet for long periods of time and help you get to experience a soft wear comfortable you are looking for.

CooperVision is very confident in its ability to provide outstanding wear experience with this lens is that it is conducting a study comparing patients with patient preferences among the leading contenders Biofinity Toric and Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism. The study assessed the patient's wishes on a variety of factors.

 

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