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5 reasons to prescribe toric contact lenses


Fitting toric contact lenses is good for your patients as well as your practice.

This infographic reminds of you five reasons you should keep torics top of mind for patients with 0.75 D of cylinder and above.

Related: 5 reasons ODs don’t fit toric contact lenses

1. Improved visual acuity

Offer patients better vision

2. Cutting-edge technology

Show your patients you’re fitting the latest designs

Related: Educate your patients about astigmatism

3. Higher level of care

Patients know you are providing what they need

4. Increased patient loyalty

Solving patients’ needs ties them to your practice

5. Improved bottom line

You are compensated for extra time and fitting expertise…if you charge for it

Get more content on toric contact lenses by visiting our Toric Contact Lens Resource Center

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