Your patients with astigmatism need contact lenses with different optical powers in different meridians. And those meridians must be oriented in just the right way and remain stable to correct their vision. While lens movement on the cornea is important for healthy contact lens wear, too much movement with toric lenses can diminish the quality of vision for your astigmatic patients.

Thanks to our Optimized Toric Lens Geometry™, CooperVision’s toric lenses provide your astigmatic patients with the visual acuity and stability they need.

How it works

Optimized Toric Lens Geometry results in a multifaceted toric lens that’s designed to provide predictable, consistent visual acuity, lens stability, fit and comfort in standard or extended range prescriptions.

  1. Uniform horizontal ISO thickness
    • Improves lens stability and reduces rotation for better visual acuity*
  2. Smooth, continuous ballast
    • Maximizes comfort* during eyelid interaction
  3. Larger toric optic zone
    • Provides clear visual acuity*
  4. Optimized ballast toric design
    • Provides a stable, comfortable fit*

In addition, a unique back surface curvature reduces on-eye movement to support stable lens positioning and dependable fit.

* This study compared the made to order (MTO) lens design of the Biofinity® XR toric and stock Biofinity® toric lens in the core range over 6 hours of lens wear.