toric lens

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to·ric lens

a lens in which both meridians are curved but not to the same degree.
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Conversely, a patient with irregular astigmatism may well achieve a better visual result with a rigid toric lens than they do in spectacles.
8220;By offering the TRULIGN Toric lens, we have increased the choices that our cataract patients can consider that allow them to not only replace their clouded lens, but significantly enhance their overall vision,” added Dr.
The toric lens market segment now accounts for about 18% of all U.
Others may consider the patient's astigmatic correction to be too low to require a toric lens or suppose that astigmatism can be masked with spherical lenses.
The first AcrySof([R]) Toric lens was introduced in 2005 and quickly became the leading toric lens on the market, due to its predictable power outcomes and excellent rotational stability.
So what is it about modern toric lens designs that have led to greater usage and success?
The new tool aims to support fitting of the 'clariti' family of toric lenses which include the world's only silicone hydrogel, daily disposable toric lens, a reusable option and a custom-made reusable XR lens.
Three of the new styles, the Bianca(TM), Oasis(TM) and Clash(TM), feature Spy's new 8x4 base ARC(R) toric lens technology.
The AcrySof(R) Toric lens is based on the AcrySof(R) single-piece IOL design and acrylic material platform.
The brokerage cited BOL's decision to delay the launch of Purevision Toric until the fall as a reason for the lift, noting that it was prudent since the spherical market is nearly seven times larger than the toric lens market.
In this situation, a back surface toric lens will be fitted to negate the irregular corneal topography.
market and the PureVision Toric lens in Europe, it is currently reevaluating the timing of the U.