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Safilens launches fusion 1day vista, the first daily contact lens for asthenopia

Fusion 1day Vista

Munich, January 2018 – Making its debut at Opti is fusion 1day vista, the latest, sensational innovation from Safilens.

fusion 1day vista is the first daily contact lens for asthenopia and features an ingenious design called D-Stress, based, in turn, on the acclaimed afocal lens design patented by Safilens and initially introduced in the presbyopia segment. The new D-Stress geometry offers greater depth of field and is custom-designed to reduce eye strain commonly associated with daily activities that exacerbate proximal vision, like the prolonged use of digital devices typical of many people’s lives today. The controlled release of natural substitutes for the tear film from the lens to the eye surface ensures long-lasting comfort in dry environments, like air-conditioned offices or when blinking is reduced in frequency or is incomplete (symptoms of CVS – Computer Vision Syndrome).

"The aim of this design" - explains Alessandro Filippo, R&D manager for Safilens - "is to ensure an anti-fatigue effect; that is, to alleviate the symptoms of eye strain, such as dry eye and headache and, at the same time, prevent them, ensuring less accommodation stress and comfortable focus throughout the entire day."

fusion 1day vista adds another dimension to the family of daily contact lenses that incorporate the advantages of the revolutionary Safilens patented fusiontechnology™ system. And that’s not all. After fusion 1day (spherical), fusion 1day presbyo (for presbyopia) and fusion 1day astigma (for astigmatism), with fusion 1day vista, Safilens is the first company in the world to develop a daily contact lens for asthenopia and to introduce a fourth segment to the daily contact lens market. In true Safilens tradition, this lens proves to be a real game-changer for the contact lens industry, confirming, once again, the ongoing commitment to research and innovation and the pioneering spirit of the Italian company.

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