- •Comparison of lens orientation and rotational recovery of soft toric lenses.
- •Study toric lenses: PureVision, Air Optix, Biofinity, Acuvue Advance and Proclear.
- •Appropriate fitting based on lens orientation and reorientation speed with all lenses.
- •Best performance with the optimized ballast method used in the design of Biofinity.
- •The lowest rotation from the vertical position and the lowest reorientation speed.
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