What is the difference between Biofinity toric and toric XR?

What is the difference between Biofinity toric and toric XR?

Biofinity toric lenses have a good range of cylinder power (-0.75 to -2.25 D) and therefore correct the most common range of astigmatism. Biofinity XR toric lenses have even higher amounts of cylinder power (up to -5.75 D), which means they can correct even higher amounts of astigmatism.

Are Biofinity XR toric for astigmatism?

Optimized Toric Lens Geometry™ provides predictable, consistent visual acuity, lens stability, fit, and comfort. And thanks to nearly 33,000 parameter options with Biofinity XR toric, you can provide vision correction for 99.9% of your patients with astigmatism.

Can you sleep in Biofinity Toric XR contacts?

It is not recommended to sleep in your contacts unless you have been prescribed lenses that are specifically designed for this purpose. For example, Biofinity contact lenses have been approved for up to 6 nights/7 days of extended wear.

How long can you wear Toric contact lenses?

Toric silicone hydrogel lenses designed for up to 30 days of overnight wear.

Are toric lenses more expensive?

1 Toric contact lenses are more expensive than the soft contacts used to correct nearsightedness and farsightedness. Toric lenses are to be replaced twice monthly.

Are Biofinity toric XR monthly?

Biofinity Toric XR – Monthly – Contact Lenses.

Who makes toric XR lenses?

Proclear Toric XR (Extended Range) are the extended parameter range of Proclear Toric – the lenses designed for patients with higher levels of astigmatism and a higher range of powers.

Are Toric contact lenses more expensive?

Are all contacts for astigmatism Toric?

Certain specialty contacts are also available specifically for astigmatism. People with mild astigmatism usually tolerate toric lenses (soft contacts) well, but rigid gas permeable or hybrid contacts may be able to offer even sharper vision.

How often do you change Biofinity toric lenses?

Biofinity® toric lenses are designed for daily wear for 30 days, which means they should be removed, cleaned and stored each night. If approved by your optician, they can also be worn continuously for 29 nights.

How long can you wear toric contact lenses?