Proclear Toric XR 6 pack by CooperVision
Proclear Toric XR provides a more comprehensive astigmatism range than most contact lenses. Each day a cleaning routine is required. After each wear, store your lens in the disinfecting solution your health care professional recommends. Discard the lens at the end of the 30 period. They are an excellent solution for some complex prescriptions. Generally, worn by regular wearers for their cost-effectiveness compared to a daily disposable contact lens. Monthly disposable contact lenses have less buildup than previous decades’ traditional non-disposable lenses.
Toric (Astigmatism) Contact Lenses
A Proclear Toric XR contact lens is shaped in a particularly way to give you crisper and sharper vision than a non toric contact lens. Toric contact lenses sits on you eye in a certain way to correct for different curvatures in your cornea and/or in your lens. Correct fitting by your eyecare professional is essential. A small marker engraved into the lens will need to be observed to ensure that your contact lens in inserted in correct orientation.
Contact lens pros and cons.
Contact lenses have excellent cosmetic and functional advantages. Firstly, they provide the most expansive field of view of all corrective eyewear and are ideal for sports where glasses may get broken or dislodged. Secondly, they allow the easy application of makeup. Thirdly, people can see themselves in the mirror with ease. And Finally, they don’t fog like spectacles, particularly with face mask wearers—also ideal for people who work in hot, cold, or variable temperatures throughout the day. For example, they provide steam-free vision correction from the ski slopes to the hot kitchen. Accordingly, there will be no more marks or indents from your weighty glasses on your nose! And you can wear non-prescription sunglasses at any time!
CooperVision is part of the CooperCompanies Group and is one of the world-leading contact lens companies. Primarily, the company provides the broadest range of soft contact lens prescription options to suit nearly every patient’s vision, comfort, and budget requirements. Furthermore, their product range includes contact lenses for:
- Shortsightedness (Myopia)
- Longsightedness (Hyperopia)
- Loss of focusing ability after 40 years of age (Presbyopia)
- Blur due to the shape of the eye structures (Astigmatism)
- UV protection
- Dry eye
Moreover, eye care professionals use CooperVision for contact lens wearers in over 130 countries. Importantly, they aim to minimise their environmental impact by operating sustainably and ethically. Coopervision aligns with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDGs) to protect the planet and ensure peace and prosperity by 2030. To learn more about Contact Lenses by Cooper Vision click here.
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