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There are two types of hard-to-fit astigmats. The first type is people, in whom a toric lenses rotate too much , causing blurred vision. Another is the person with very high astigmatism. An eye-care practitioner who has experience fitting a wide variety of toric lenses should be able to find a lens that provides a stable fit and good vision. Besides soft lenses that can be custom made for your specifications, there are rigid toric contacts for optimum visual clarity. Today you can also find weekly and monthly disposable varieties, frequent replacement varieties and even colored or multifocal types . There are even recreational toric contacts that enhance eye-color. Eye specialists can custom-make any kind of lens to fit any type of astigmatism.

The specially featured toric lenses available now are multifocal lenses for people who have astigmatism, which requires a ballasted and un-spherical lens and also presbyopia, which requires both near and distant visual correction. Most of the multifocal varieties can be found in rigid lenses which aren't disposable, but some optometrists also offer soft toric multifocal lenses and even disposable ones. If you are interested in these options, ask your eye practitioner for an initial examination to see which of your personal specifications can be met. If you want daily disposable toric lenses , these are also now available. For example, Focus Dailies Toric' contacts are designed to meet the needs of people with astigmatism and a high prescription, and they come in even more prescription powers than before, so more people with astigmatism can enjoy the advantages of daily disposable contacts. Replacing your lenses every day is both convenient and the best option for educing the risks of eye infections and other problems. This is a hygienic solution that has the added bonus of increasing visual acuity and comfort. You can find toric daily disposables from prescription powers that range from +4.00 to -6.00 in quarter-diopter steps, as well as -6.50 to -8.00 in half-diopter steps.

 
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