Order toric contact lenses online at Mister Spex UK
At Mister Spex you’ll find a vast selection of toric contact lenses. You can identify toric contact lenses by the package labeling “for astigmatism” or “toric”. These special contact lenses for astigmatism are available as daily, weekly or monthly lenses. Popular daily contact lenses for astigmatism are 1-Day Acuvue Moist for Astigmatism 30 pack from Johnson&Johnson, Focus DAILIES Toric 30 pack from Ciba Vision or Soflens Daily Disposable Toric from Bausch & Lomb.
Weekly toric contact lenses are only offered by Johnson&Johnson, of which you will find ACUVUE OASYS for Astigmatism 6 pack and ACUVUE ADVANCE for ASTIGMATISM 6 pack in our selection. Popular among monthly toric lenses are Air Optix for Astigmatism 3 pack from Ciba Vision, ACUVUE OASYS for Astigmatism 6 pack from Johnson&Johnson and the Biofinity Toric 6 pack from Cooper Vision.
Advantages when ordering contact lenses at Mister Spex UK
Mister Spex offers cheap contact lenses for every individual requirement or occasion. Next to our top prices we offer you an excellent customer support and service:
• Free delivery from £29 and returns
• 30-day returns policy
• Free Service Hotline 0800 472 54 57
If you have any questions you may contact our free service hotline and talk to opticians, who will be glad to answer any questions or concerns you might have.
1. What exactly are toric contact lenses?
Toric lenses are suited to correct far-sighted or near-sighted astigmatism. Having an astigmatism means that your cornea has an irregular or toric curvature. This optical defect leads to blurred vision, as the eye cannot focus the outgoing light rays of the observed object into one point on the retina, preventing the creation of a sharp image. Fortunately, this defect can be corrected by lenses for astigmatism.
2. What causes an astigmatism?
Several light refracting media of the eyeball may be involved in the creation of an astigmatism. In most cases it is the cornea, which isn’t completely circular but instead curved torically. This difference of the degree of curvature leads to different refractive powers of the meridians. When the meridians are perpendicular, one speaks of a regular astigmatism – this is the most common type of astigmatism. In the case that the principal meridians are not perpendicular, this is referred to as an irregular astigmatism.
3. What are the symptoms of an astigmatism?
You might suffer from an astigmatism, if you perceive objects as distorted or blurry. Furthermore, you might experience eyestrain, headaches, eye discomfort or squinting in order to see things clearer. These symptoms do not necessarily mean you have an astigmatism, as they might also be caused by other visual impairments. However, in this case we do strongly recommend you visit an ophthalmologist or optician for an eye exam.
4. How do toric lenses correct the astigmatism?
Contact lenses for astigmatism compensate the curvature of the cornea and thus enable clear vision without distortions or blurriness. An important factor for ideally correcting the curvature is the stable position of the lens on the eye. This is ensured by several systems, such as stabilizing zones or different distributions of thickness throughout the lens, like applied by Biomedics. In response, a torically (cylindrically) curved film of tears is formed between the lens and the cornea, compensating the refractive power of the eye.
During the individual manufacturing of toric lenses not only the diopter value is important, but also the axis and cylinder values of the astigmatism. It is very important that you visit an ophthalmologist or an optician to get an eye exam and to receive these values and most importantly to prevent eye damage from choosing the wrong toric lens for your needs.
5. Is there a difference between toric contact lenses and contact lenses for astigmatism?
No – both terms refer to the same type of contact lens.
Buy cheap toric contact lenses at Mister Spex UK and save up to 40%
Should you suffer from an astigmatism, then you’ve arrived at the right place. Our contact lens shop offers lenses for every requirement and will guide you to the best contact lenses for astigmatism to suit your needs. Whether Bausch&Lomb, Cooper Vision, Johnson&Johnson or Ciba Vision – At Mister Spex you’ll find contact lenses for astigmatism from almost all common manufacturers.
Simply choose your desired brand or your usual product in the filtering options on the left hand side of our shop. As soon as you’ve found your desired lens, you may add your values and add your contacts to your shopping cart. Your package will then be dispatched within the next 24 hours. Delivery and returns are fast and trackable. Not surprisingly, this easy purchasing process and service has made Mister Spex to Europe’s favourite online optician.