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clariti 1 day toric 30 Pack

$45.00
- 11%
$40.00
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clariti 1 day toric 90 Pack

$115.00
- 8%
$105.00

Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism

$56.00
- 5%
$53.00

Air Optix for Astigmatism

$69.00
- 7%
$64.00

Biofinity Toric

$73.00
- 8%
$67.00

Avaira Toric

$53.00
- 5%
$50.00
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Avaira Vitality Toric

$54.00
- 5%
$51.00

Focus DAILIES Toric 30 Pack

$42.00
- 7%
$39.00

Focus DAILIES Toric 90 Pack

$94.00
- 16%
$79.00

Frequency 55 Toric

$77.00
- 5%
$73.00

Frequency 55 Toric XR

$163.00
- 8%
$149.00

Biomedics 55 Toric

$62.00
- 11%
$55.00

ClearSight 1 Day Toric

$46.00
- 10%
$41.00

Proclear Toric

$63.00
- 9%
$57.00

Proclear Toric XR

$121.00
- 5%
$114.00

Proclear Multifocal Toric

$168.00
- 5%
$159.00

PureVision Toric

$69.00
- 10%
$62.00

Purevision 2 for Astigmatism

$72.00
- 11%
$64.00

Soflens Toric for Astigmatism

$40.00
- 7%
$37.00
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Toric Contact Lenses Available Online

If you suffer from astigmatism, you might think that contact lenses aren't an option. While that may have been true in the past, advances in corrective lens technologies have introduced toric lenses that offer more comfort, stability, and clearer vision.

What are Toric Contacts?

Unlike traditional spheric lenses, geometrically shaped toric contact lenses work by creating different focusing powers perpendicular to one another at each orientation. Essentially, this corrects the specific formation of the cornea that leads to astigmatism, giving you crisper, clearer vision.

Biomedics, Acuvue, Proclear, and PureVision are just a few of the brands that offer toric lenses. You'll find them in 1-day disposable varieties, 1-week styles, and even monthly lenses, and you'll see them in some of the materials you're used to, like conventional hydrogel, breathable silicone hydrogel, and rigid gas permeable.

Contact Lenses for Astigmatism

Every set of eyes is unique, so it's important to see your eye doctor to get a prescription for the exact brand and prescription that will work best for you.