High oxygen availability and moisture for extended wear
If you truly value convenience, you should definitely consider giving the Biofinity family of lenses a try. Made of a state-of-the-art, extremely oxygen permeable material, they are approved for as many as seven days and six nights of continuous wear, which means you can simply put them on Monday morning and just get on with your life for the rest of the week, enjoying crystal clear vision wherever you are and whatever you do.
Manufactured by CooperVision, a company famous for its innovative solutions and excellent product quality, Biofinity are available in several design versions, including a special line created for patients with particularly severe vision problems.
Most people choose the regular Biofinity line, which can correct low to moderate myopia and hyperopia (powers from -12.00D to +8.00D). Featuring CooperVision’s proprietary Aquaform technology, the lenses are fresh and moist all day long and your eyes remain bright and healthy no matter how much work you do and how bad conditions around you are. However, probably the biggest advantage of Biofinity is how much oxygen they allow to pass through to the cornea, which makes it safe for you to wear them overnight, a practice strongly discouraged in the case of ‘normal’ lenses.
Biofinity Toric contact lenses are designed for patients with astigmatism. Made of the same fantastic silicone hydrogel material, these contacts are manufactured in a wide range of cylindrical powers and feature CooperVision’s Optimized Toric Lens Geometry, which gives them two crucial advantages. Firstly, they guarantee perfectly stable vision by minimizing movement when you blink. And secondly, it makes the contacts exceptionally smooth.
Patients over the age of forty may be interested in Biofinity Multifocal, a contact lens line created to treat presbyopia. In contrast to regular lenses, multifocal ones include not one but multiple optic zones, allowing their wearers to see clearly at various distances, similarly to what bifocal/multifocal glasses do. The difference is that these contact lenses provide more natural vision and can be worn for a whole week without even a short break.
Biofinity XR and Biofinity XR Toric belong to a lens family that can meet the needs of patients with the most advanced myopia, hyperopia or astigmatism. They can correct refractive errors ranging from -20.00D to +15.00D, which usually require wearing very thick glasses, distorting vision and negatively affecting appearance. According to CooperVision, the XR line covers approximately 99% of contact lens users’ demands and offer the same comfort and convenience as regular Biofinity contacts.