Most of the people are wrongly convinced that only glasses correct Astigmatism. Today, contact lenses are equally good and some patients even find contact lenses providing more benefits over glasses. Astigmatism is a refraction error caused by an irregularly shaped cornea. Unlike spherical contacts, toric contact lenses are cylindrical in shape that help light rays… Continue reading Can I wear Toric Contact Lenses to Correct Astigmatism than Glasses?
Toric contact lenses are special contacts manufactured for patients with Astigmatism. They differ in the shape than spherical contacts because they are cylindrical. Toric contacts need special fitting as they are meant for eyes that are irregularly shaped. Toric lenses feature varying focal lengths to help maintain visual acuity at all angles. What is Astigmatism… Continue reading How do Toric Contact Lenses Work?
Astigmatism is a medical condition that is identified by an irregular shape of cornea and blurred vision. In patients with Astigmatism, retina fails to create a single focal point hence objects appear distorted. Since contact lenses float and are designed to rotate, regular contacts are unable to provide clear vision hence toric contacts are needed.… Continue reading Corrective Contacts for Astigmatism: What are Toric Contact Lenses?
More than 30 million people in United States alone wear contact lenses. What excuse do you have to neglect the blessings of these tiny plastic devices that have been a popular mode of vision correction for this huge population? Contact lenses may be uncomfortable for many but this must not call for a drop out.… Continue reading Understanding Contact Lenses for a Comfortable Fitting