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Technologies and Performance

Blink Stabilizied® Design

Published on Apr 7, 2022
4 Minutes Read

To create a better vision experience for your patients with astigmatism, the scientists at Johnson & Johnson Vision were inspired to create a blink-stabilized design for astigmatism. This EYE-INSPIRED Innovation works naturally with eyelids and harnesses the power of the blink to help keep the lens in the correct position during head tilts, blinks, and extensive eye movements.

Proprietary technology that realigns quickly and naturally with every blink.1

Utilizes four unique stabilization zones that work with the eyelids to help keep the lens in place with each blink.1

Designed for:

  • Stable, Clear Vision: Visual acuity as good as spectacles+,1
  • Speed: Quickly orients and stabilizes within minutes of insertion and realigns naturally with every blink1
  • Sphere-Like Ease1

     

 

There is nothing traditional about ACUVUE® BLINK STABILIZED® DESIGN.

**Symmetry with respect to the vertical plane.2,3
*Vertical heterophoria possibly caused by prism dissociation due to the presence of induced optical prism is a relevant factor for practitioners to consider when fitting toric contact lenses for monocular astigmats or those requiring a mix of toric soft contact lens designs. Clinical studies have not been done to fully characterize the clinical effects of differences in base down prism among different contact lenses.

 

If your patient is ready to experience ACUVUE® for ASTIGMATISM Contact Lenses, choose the optimal lens power and fit by using the ACUVUE® for ASTIGMATISM Contact Lens Calculator. This in-practice tool provides product information, recommendations, and a reference guide to help practitioners successfully calculate a patient’s trial fitting.

Try the ACUVUE® for ASTIGMATISM Contact Lens Calculator now

 

ACUVUE® for ASTIGMATISM contact lens parameter chart

+Based on Visual Acuity using a standard eye-chart.
**Symmetry with respect to the vertical plane.2,3
*Vertical heterophoria possibly caused by prism dissociation due to the presence of induced optical prism is a relevant factor for practitioners to consider when fitting toric contact lenses for monocular astigmats or those requiring a mix of toric soft contact lens designs. Clinical studies have not been done to fully characterize the clinical effects of differences in base down prism among different contact lenses.

 

1.  JJV Data on File 2020. ACUVUE® Brand Contact Lenses for ASTIGMATISM - Overall Fitting Success, Orientation Position, Rotational Stability, and Vision Performance.
2.  Jackson D, Bedell HE. Vertical heterophoria and susceptibility to visually induced motion sickness. Strabismus. 2012;20(1):17-23.
3.  dutoit R, Ramke J, Brian G. Tolerance to prism inducing by readymade spectacles; setting and using a standard. Optom Vis Sci. 2007;84(11):1053-1059.
4.  JJV Data on File 2020. ACUVUE® Brand Contact Lenses for ASTIGMATISM - Overall Fitting Success, Orientation Position, Rotational Stability, and Vision Performance. 
5.  Jackson D, Bedell HE. Vertical heterophoria and susceptibility to visually induced motion sickness. Strabismus. 2012;20(1):17-23. 
6.  dutoit R, Ramke J, Brian G. Tolerance to prism inducing by readymade spectacles; setting and using a standard. Optom Vis Sci. 2007;84(11):1053-1059.

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