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A: The best types of contact lenses for people with mild astigmatism often are either rigid gas permeable contact lenses (also called GP lenses) or hybrid contact lenses (lenses with a GP center surrounded by a soft peripheral zone). Both GP and hybrid contacts often provide sharper vision for mild astigmatism than soft lenses.What is the difference between Acuvue 2 and Oasys?
One of the biggest differences between Acuvue 2 and Oasys is the length of time that the user can wear them. Acuvue 2 is worn daily for two weeks and taken out at the end of each day. Oasys can be worn either two weeks daily or one to two weeks of daily wear with up to six consecutive nights without being taken out.How often to replace Acuvue Oasys contacts?
Acuvue Oasys is a two weekly lens therefore you change the lens every two weeks rather than every month. This ensures you avoid that dry eye and slightly uncomfortable feeling towards the end of the month that many contact lens wearers often experience when wearing monthly lenses.Can soft lenses be used for astigmatism?
There are three types of contact lenses that can help people with astigmatism: Toric contact lenses are soft lenses developed just for people with astigmatism. They look similar to regular soft contacts but have different powers at different meridians. The design enables them to rotate to the correct orientation for your specific eyes.