(M)Biomedics Toric

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Biomedics Toric contact lenses. Also known as Ultraflex Toric. These are comfortable contact lens designed for those with astigmatism. Each box of contacts contain 6 contact lenses. Biomedics Toric from CooperVision is the perfect solution for contact lens wearers with astigmatism.

More than ever, patients with astigmatism demand a stable, reliable lens, and these easy to use monthlies are ideal. Light and soothing from the very first wear.

These contacts have a water content of 58% and 28Dk/t oxygen permeability, and a smooth surface that deters the build-up of proteins and lipids. With a UV filter incorporated, Biomedics Toric is ideal for all day wear in any light, although they should not be used in place of sunglasses. UV protection may help to prevent the formation of cataracts in later life, and the subtle Visitint technology has a pale blue tint that allows wearers to easily see the lens when it’s out of the eye. A comfortable and reliable hydrogel lens for patients with astigmatism.


  • Lens Type: 1-2 week disposable soft contact lenses.
  • Package Content: 6 soft contact lenses in sterile bufffered saline solution.
  • Water Content: 55% H2O
  • Material: 45% polymer (ocufilcon D)
  • Manufacturer: CooperVision


How To Put In Contact Lenses
  1. Wash hands thoroughly and dry them well
  2. Open CL case and use fingertip to put CL in non-dominant hand
  3. Rinse lens with multi-purpose CL solution. Never use water.
  4. Put lens on top of the index or middle finger of your dominant hand
  5. Check to make sure the lens isn’t damaged and that the correct side is facing up. Edges of the lens should turn up to form a bowl not flip out
  6. Hold upper eyelid open with your non dominant hand while looking in the mirror
  7. Hold down you lower eyelid with your middle finger of your dominant hand while looking in mirror
  8. Place the lens on your eye. You can look in front of you or up toward the ceiling while putting the lens in
  9. Close eyes slowly and blink a couple times so the lens settles into the appropriate place
To Take Your Lenses Out
  1. Look up and pull down your lower eyelid with your middle finger.
  2. Using your index finger, slide the lens down to the white part of your eye.
  3. Pinch the lens between your fingers and remove it from your eye.
  4. Fill the empty lens case with solution.
  5. Wet each side of the lens with solution.
  6. Rub each lens for 20 seconds with your finger
  7. Rinse each side of the lens for 10 seconds with steady stream of solution
  8. Place lens in case and tighten the lid and leave overnight for at least 6 hrs


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