Alcon’s Dailies Total1 water gradient contact lenses provide superior breathability and comfort*1 to meet the demanding needs of today’s contact lens wearers. Patients experience both the benefits of high oxygen transmissibility and a lubricious surface gel with the world’s first and only water gradient contact lens.2
The unique chemistry of the lens material allows the water content to increase from 33% at the core to almost 100% at the outermost surface.2-4 Dailies Total1 also features phosphatidylcholine, which is eluted into the tear film and may help address contact lens related dryness through lipid layer stabilisation.5 A modulus of 0.01MPa at the outermost surface allows the lens to mimic the softness of the corneal epithelial cells.2 With excellent comfort ratings, your patients will experience a lens that feels like nothing.**6
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*Compared to habitual contact lenses.
**Percentage of wearers agreeing with the statement “while wearing my contact lenses I sometimes forget I have them on”.
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- Alcon data on file 2013
- Dunn A, Uruena J, Huo Y. Lubricity of Surface hydrogel layers. Tribol Lett. 2013;13(2):371-378
- Alcon data on file, 2014