According to WebMD, contact lenses for astigmatism are specially shaped lenses intended to correct the refractive errors caused by astigmatism. Soft toric lenses can correct mild astigmatism, and special rigid lenses can... More »

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There are colored toric contacts available for people with an astigmatism, according to the Free Contact Lenses Guide. However, some people with astigmatisms that are very bad may not be able to wear colored lenses or an... More »

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Fresh Look and Air Optix Colors offers corrective colored contacts and colored contacts for nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism. CooperVision Expressions offers corrective colored contacts, but it is unclear ... More »

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Some tips for wearers of toric contact lenses are to be sure to obtain the proper fit of lenses and to wear the appropriate type of lens for the type of astigmatism to be corrected. Toric lenses have special areas of thi... More »

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Blackout contacts are soft contact lenses that cover the natural color of the iris in black, causing the iris and the pupil to seem to blend together. The opaque color of the lenses helps to keep the natural color of the... More »

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Progressive contact lenses, also called bifocal or multifocal lenses, are contacts that combine prescriptions for farsightedness and nearsightedness into one lens. There are several different methods for combining differ... More »

A person who successfully wore contact lenses prior to cataract surgery is normally able to use contacts following the procedure. A new prescription for the contact lenses is likely necessary. Hard lenses, soft lenses an... More »