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These lenses are ultra efficient at retaining water, so all day long you experience a wet contact lens that resists drying and protein deposits. Perhaps most importantly, Biofinity Toric contact lenses fit you correctly. Those with astigmatism know how important a properly fitting, high performance silicone hydrogel contact lens can be, and these lenses won’t disappoint.
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High marks. Strong performance. Extraordinary range.
Biofinity® toric and Biofinity® XR toric feature Optimized Toric Lens Geometry™ and Aquaform® Technology, combined with an extraordinary range of parameters that allows you to fit virtually all your astigmatic patients in a proven, premium, innovative contact lens. It’s no wonder Biofinity® is the most prescribed monthly toric lens on the market†.
Optimized Just for Patients With Astigmatism
If you have astigmatism, your eyesight may be blurry or distorted when looking at both near and far objects. CooperVision Biofinity® toric contacts can correct this vision problem with a lens you can wear for up to seven days in a row—all with a premium level of comfort.
Biofinity toric contacts feature Optimized Lens Geometry. It’s a multifaceted design that ensures your lenses will be stable, accurate and comfortable. Near and far, you’ll enjoy clear vision that fits your unique needs.
A Healthier Lens-Wearing Experience
Thanks to our exclusive Aquaform® Technology, Biofinity toric lenses allow plenty of oxygen to pass through to your eyes. And their natural wettability won’t rinse off. You’ll enjoy excellent vision with a soft, comfortable lens that’s healthier for your eyes.
For optimized astigmatism correction and premium, extended-wear comfort, ask your eye care professional about Biofinity toric contact lenses (pronounced “Bi-OH-fin-itee”)
The toric ballast design ensures the eyelid exerts an equal force on each side of the lens, and the ballast band has consistent thickness along each horizontal axis, from the top to the bottom of the lens.