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Introducing the world’s first and
only water gradient contact lens.
Water Gradient Contact Lenses
DAILIES TOTAL1® Water Gradient Silicone Hydrogel (SiHy) contact lenses represent a new era of comfort. They are the first water gradient silicone hydrogel daily disposable contact lenses featuring an increase from 33% to over 80% water content from core to surface. This innovative contact lens has the highest surface lubricity
and the highest breathability (or oxygen transmissibility) of any leading daily disposable contact lens
, delivering exceptional comfort that lasts to the end of the day.
At the core
At the core, DAILIES TOTAL1® Water Gradient SiHy contact lenses have a water content of 33%, which allows exceptional oxygen transmissibility - the highest of any daily disposable contact lens with a Dk/t of 156 (Dk/t @ -3.00D)vi.
Between the core and surface, DAILIES TOTAL1® lenses have a transition zone where the water content changes from 33% to over 80%.
At the surface
At their surface, the new contact lenses have a water content of over 80% - nearly the same as the surface of the cornea. The highly wettable, lubricious surface helps minimize friction and interaction with the eye’s delicate tissue.
Dailies Total 1
Dailies Total 1
Extraordinary Surface Water Content and Exceptional Breathability
View DAILIES TOTAL1® Water Gradient Contact Lenses or other DAILIES® Brand Contact Lenses package inserts with important use and safety information.
*High oxygen transmissible lenses, Dk/t=156 @ -3.00D
**Percentage of wearers agreeing with the statement "I prefer these lenses to my previous contact lenses" among those with a preference.
† Eye exam may be required. Professional fees may apply. At participating offices.
†† Percentage of wearers agreeing with the statement "With these lenses I sometimes forget I have them on.
‡ Results may vary.
i Based on critical coefficient of friction measured by inclined plate method; significance demonstrated at the 0.05 level; CIBA VISION data on file, 2011
ii In a clinical study with 80 subjects; CIBA VISION data on file, 2011
* Dk/t = 156 @ -3.00D
vi Based on the ratio of lens oxygen transmissibility; CIBA VISION data on file, 2010
vii Based on critical coefficient of friction measured by inclined plate method; significance demonstrated at the 0.05 level; CIBA VISION data on file, 2011
§§ Dk/t at center of -3.00D lens based on manufacturer-published values.
1 In a clinical study with 80 patients. Alcon data on file, 2011.
2 Angelini TE, Nixon RM, Dunn AC, et al. Viscoelasticity and mesh-size at the surface of hydrogels characterized with microrheology. ARVO 2013;E-abstract 500, B0137.
3 Based on the ratio of lens oxygen transmissibilities among daily disposable contact lenses. Alcon data on file, 2010.
4 Based on an ongoing survey in Europe of 24 ECPs fitting 280 patients in DAILIES TOTAL1® contact lenses. Alcon data on file, 2012.
5 Based on 3rd Party Industry Report, MAT March 2013; Alcon data on file.
6 In a randomized, subject-masked clinical study, N=40. Alcon data on file, 2011.
7 Thekveli S, Qiu Y, Kapoor Y, Kumi A, Liang W, Pruitt J. Structure-property relationship of delefilcon A lenses. Cont Lens Anterior Eye. 2012;35(suppl 1):e14.
8 Alcon data on file, 2011.
Ask your eye care professional for complete wear, care and safety information.
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1594 Flatbush Ave
1594 Flatbush Ave
11122 Flatlands Ave 11122 Flatlands Ave Brooklyn, NY 11207 Phone: (718) 257-9393
2011 Church Ave 2011 Church Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11226 Phone: (718) 469-3311 Fax: (718) 928-7262
743 Church Ave 743 Church Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11218 Phone: (718) 871-5152 Fax: (718) 871-7369
Flatbush Optical has two locations in Brooklyn, one near Brooklyn College the other on Church St. near Prospect Park and Coney Island Ave. Serving the neighborhoods of East Flatbush, Prospet Park South, Mapleton, Brownsville, Crown Heights, Flatlands, Mill Basin, Bergen Beach, and Garrison Beach.
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