Clinical studies show BL’s Lo-Torque design delivers better rotational recovery

Bausch & Lomb today announced that the company’s Lo-Torque® lens design demonstrates significantly better rotational recovery, which can lead to more consistent vision, compared with Acuvue’s accelerated stabilization design. These findings from two clinical studies were presented at Academy 2009, the American Academy of Optometry annual meeting in Orlando, Fla.

Rotational recovery is defined by how quickly a contact lens returns to the desired orientation following a disruption such as eye rubbing. Exceptional rotational recovery is fundamental to providing stable vision for toric lens wearers, and can be an important factor in lens wearer satisfaction. According to a recent survey, more than 80 percent of soft toric contact lens wearers in the U.S. have experienced a rotational recovery issue such as blurred or fluctuating vision…[Read the Full Article Here]


~ by clearvisioneyecare on November 17, 2009.

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