- 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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