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New monthly toric announced by CooperVision

The contact lens is designed to enable more patients to experience the health benefits of silicone hydrogel

CooperVision Avaira

CooperVision will add a new toric contact lens to its Avaira Vitality monthly portfolio in April.

The contact lens company explained that the lens is designed to enable more patients to experience the health benefits of silicone hydrogel at an affordable price.

It uses the same design as CooperVision’s Biofinity and MyDay toric contact lenses – optimised toric lens geometry. 

CooperVision added that the Avaira Vitality toric has a high water content and class one UV filter to block more than 90% of UVA and 99% of UVB rays. 

Head of marketing and professional services at CooperVision, Mark Draper, said: “Its performance speaks for itself, meeting the needs of today’s patients and practitioners by delivering a remarkable level of consistency – particularly important for astigmatic patients.”

The contact lens is available in an extended range of sphere powers from +8.00D to -10.00D, with cylinder options of -0.75, -1.25, -1.75 and -2.25 and axes from 10° to 180° in 10° steps. Avaira Vitality toric lenses have a base curve of 8.5mm and a diameter of 14.5mm.

For further information, visit the CooperVision website. 

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