- NEW: greater protection with a Class 1 UV filter4
- NEW: enhanced with higher water content4
- Preferred by patients overall by 15 to 12
An effortlessly superior1 lens that provides long-lasting comfort
cAir® 2-week contact lenses offer everything your patients love about Avaira® and more.
For comfort, vision quality and ease of handling, new cAir® scored significantly higher than Avaira® for patient preference2 and overall is preferred 15 to 1.2 In fact, 94% of subjects said that they would likely switch from Avaira® to cAir®.2 Plus, cAir® comes enhanced with higher water content and greater Class 1 UV protection.4
All this is available at the same affordable price as Avaira®
Class 1 UV protection4 for added peace of mind
Ultraviolet (UV) radiation can be harmful to eyes, with the potential to cause cataracts and other damage.6 That’s why cAir® offers Class 1 UV protection that blocks more than 90% UVA and 99% UVB4 offering greater protection for your patients’ eyes.
Silicone hydrogel is the healthiest soft contact lens material5
The third generation of silicone hydrogel material used in cAir® is inherently wettable with no surface treatments, and uses naturally wettable building blocks to improve compatibility between silicone and hydrophilic domains. This, combined with the higher water content of cAir® ensures a high performing, comfortable lens. Hydrogel contact lenses minimise or eliminate hypoxia-related signs and symptoms during lens wear.
A seamless refit
cAir® contact lenses have excellent fitting characteristics, making refitting Avaira® patients simply effortless with no additional chair time.
Offer your patients the excellent performance and superior comfort1 of cAir® contact lenses. The advantages are effortless.
1.When compared in a head-to-head study against Avaira® lenses. 2.After 2 and 4 weeks of wear. Data on file. 3. After 1, 2 and 4 weeks of wear. Data on file. 4.Warning: UV-absorbing contact lenses are not substitutes for protective UV-absorbing eyewear, such as UV- absorbing goggles or sunglasses, because they do not completely cover the eye and surrounding area. Patients should continue to use UV-absorbing eyewear as directed. 5.With higher oxygen permeability than hydrogel materials, silicone hydrogel contact lenses minimise or eliminate hypoxia-related signs and symptoms during lens wear. 6.http://www.aoa.org/patients-and-public/caring-for-your-vision/uv-protect...
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