AIR OPTIX® plus HydraGlyde® for Astigmatism

MONTHLY CONTACT LENSES FOR PEOPLE WITH ASTIGMATISM

  • Consistent comfort from day 1 to 3011
  • Constant protection from irritating deposits for long-lasting comfort14
  • Long lasting moisture13

 

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ABOUT AIR OPTIX® PLUS HYDRAGLYDE® FOR ASTIGMATISM

CONSISTENT COMFORT FROM DAY 1 TO 3011

Contact lenses should feel comfortable for the entire time you are wearing them. Thanks to the HydraGlyde® Moisture Matrix, your lens will be continuously hydrated throughout the day for long-lasting comfort16. In fact, 9 out of 10 wearers agree that AIR OPTIX® contact lenses provide overall comfort throughout the day17.

 

CONSTANT PROTECTION FROM IRRITATING DEPOSITS FOR LONGER WEARING COMFORT14

Dryness and discomfort should never be part of your contact lens-wearing experience. That’s why AIR OPTIX® contact lenses feature SmartShield® Technology that helps protect your lenses from irritating deposits for long-lasting comfort, all month long14.

 

LONG LASTING MOISTURE16

No matter where your day takes you, you need contact lenses that are comfortable and help your eyes feel hydrated all day long. AIR OPTIX® plus HydraGlyde® contact lenses benefit from HydraGlyde® Moisture Matrix technology, which helps keep the lens continuously moist for lasting hydration throughout the day16.

TIP: Use OPTI-FREE® PureMoist® or AOSEPT® PLUS with HydraGlyde® to care for your AIR OPTIX® plus HydraGlyde® contact lenses and add extra hours of comfortable wear§, §§, 22,32-34.

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  • People with astigmatism
  • People new to contact lenses
  • Wearers of monthly replacement lenses looking for consistent comfort all day, every day11,12


CONSULT A PROFESSIONAL

If you have any questions about whether AIR OPTIX® plus HydraGlyde® for ASTIGMATISM contact lenses are right for you, please consult your optician.

 

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YOU MIGHT BE WONDERING

    Astigmatism is a common and usually minor eye condition that causes blurred, distorted or ‘fuzzy’ vision. It usually occurs when the cornea isn't a perfectly curved shape. The more irregularity in the eye, the more likely you are to need corrective lenses to help you focus better.

     

     

    Monthly toric contact lenses are the same as regular monthly contact lenses, but with one key difference: they are contact lenses for people with astigmatism. Astigmatism is a refractive error in which light is not evenly focused by the eye on the retina. That results in blurred vision. Your symptoms may remain unnoticeable and undetected if you have a mild astigmatism.

     

    Monthly contact lenses need to be cleaned after wearing with a contact lens care solution, and stored in a contact lens case.

     

    You need to ensure that your hands are thoroughly washed and dried. Place the contact lens on your forefinger. Pull down the lower lid with the middle or ring finger on the same hand, while using your other hand to hold the upper lid firmly open. Look directly at the contact lens or in a mirror, then place the lens directly on the centre of your eye. After positioning the contact lens, slowly let go of the lower, then the upper eyelid. Blink, then the contact lens should be in place.

     

    It’s normal for your vision to change over time and over the decades. Please consult your optician to have your eyes checked regularly. A yearly check-up is recommended.

     

    Yes, your contact lenses should feel comfortable in your eyes. Your optician will measure your eye and recommend the correct type of lens. You can also see what other wearers say about wearing contact lenses. If you experience discomfort, please see your optician.