Too often, people mistakenly believe they can’t wear contact lenses because they have astigmatism. The truth is, today there are plenty of excellent options for correcting astigmatism with contact lenses.
Toric contacts, like all contact lenses, need to be prescribed by your optometrist who can choose the lenses that are right for your vision, and fit them for your eyes.
Toric contact lenses have a middle axis, like the Earth’s equator, that keeps your line of vision clear. Since toric contact lenses have a particular orientation, they need to stay on your eye in a correct way. Manufacturers design toric contact lenses with features to help the contact lenses to stay on your eyes.
Uncorrected astigmatism can make you to experience poor night vision. Halos and glare, especially when driving at night, are common. The main advantage of wearing toric contact lens is that they provide sharper vision because the astigmatism is corrected as compared to a regular soft contact lens.
Certain brands of toric contact lens available in Vision Space.
DAILY CLEAR TORIC
MONTHLY CLEAR TORIC
BIWEEKLY CLEAR TORIC