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Alcon offers the widest spectrum of products in eye care. Our Vision Care portfolio offers award winning daily disposable, monthly replacement and colour-enhancing contact lenses, as well as contact lens care products for comfortable and convenient vision correction options.

AIR OPTIX® NIGHT&DAY® AQUA

Description 

A monthly silicone hydrogel contact lens that is safe and effective for up to 30 nights’ continuous wear1*

Who should wear AIR OPTIX NIGHT&DAY AQUA?  

For patients who:

  • Work in environments where extended wear is important2
  • Want to nap in their lenses during the day
  • Choose to sleep in their lenses for up to 30 nights continuously*1
Features Benefits
Highest level of oxygen transmissibility of any currently available contact lens1

High breathability ensures maximum oxygen transmission and takes into account that no two corneas respond alike1**

Safe and effective for up to 30 nights continuous wear1*

The most breathable soft contact lens for patients who lead busy lives, and nap or sleep in their contact lenses2

SmartShieldTM technology

Ultra-smooth lens surface designed to defend against daily deposits for comfortable wear all day long3,4

Superior lipid deposit resistanceoffers consistent comfort from day 1 to day 303,4,5

Oxygen Transmissibility and extended wear explained

  • lotrafilcon A is a state-of-the-art material that offers the highest level of oxygen transmissibility of any available soft contact lens1**
  • In a three-year clinical study, wearers of AIR OPTIX NIGHT&DAY AQUA experienced improvement in signs and symptoms of corneal health6***
     

SmartShield technology

  • AIR OPTIX SmartShield technology creates a hydrophilic environment that delivers better lipid deposit resistance than any other 2-week or monthly silicone hydrogel lens4,8
  • Tear film de-stabilisation may occur with lipid deposition, this can reduce lens wettability and impact lens comfort9,10

 

Product information

Material lotrafilcon A
Water Content (%) 24
Dk/t 175 @ -3.00D
Tc (mm) 0.08
TD (mm) 13.8
BOZR (mm) 8.4 and 8.6
Power range (steps)

+6.00 to -8.00 (0.25D); -8.50 to -10.00 (0.50 D)

Handling tint

Yes

Available Packs 

Lenses only: 3 month pack

Value Packs:

OPTI-FREE® PureMoist® 3 month round bottle Value Pack:

2x300ml + 1x90ml with 2x3 month AIR OPTIX NIGHT&DAY AQUA packs

OPTI-FREE® Express® 3 month Value Pack:

2x355ml with 2x3 month AIR OPTIX NIGHT&DAY AQUA packs

AOSEPT® PLUS with HydraGlyde® 3 month Value Pack:

3x360ml with 2x3 month AIR OPTIX NIGHT&DAY AQUA packs
Replacement frequency

1/12

Design

Front surface: Aspheric. Back surface: Aspheric

* Not everyone can wear lenses for a full 30 nights.

** Dk/t 175 @-3.00D

***Versus low Dk/t lenses.

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1. Versus any available soft contact lens based on the ratio of lens oxygen transmissibilities; Alcon data on file, 2009, 2010.

2. Alcon data on file, 2012.

3. Eiden SB, Davis R, Bergenske P. Prospective study of Iotrafilcon B lenses comparing 2 versus 4 weeks of wear for objective and subjective measures of health, comfort and vision. Eye & Contact Lens. 2013;39(4):290-294.

4. Nash W, Gabriel M, Mowrey-McKee M. A comparison of various silicone hydrogel lenses; lipid and protein deposition as a result of daily wear. Optom Vis Sci. 2010;87:E-abstract 105110.

5. Tighe BJ. A decade of silicone hydrogel development: surface properties, mechanical properties and ocular compatibility. Eye & Contact Lens. 2013;39:4-12.

6. Bergenske P, Long B, et al. Long-term clinical results: 3 years of up to 30-night continuous wear of lotrafilcon A silicone hydrogel and daily wear of low-Dk/t hydrogel lenses. Eye & Contact Lens. 2007; 33(2):74-80.

7. Based on in vitro thickness measurement of thickness profiles of unworn lenses; Alcon data on file, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2015. 7. Alcon data on file, 2012.

8. Nash WL, Gabriel MM. Ex vivo analysis of cholesterol deposition for commercially available silicone hydrogel contact lenses using a ‑uorometric enzymatic assay. Eye Contact Lens. 2014;40(5):277-282.

9. Keir N, Jones L. Wettability and silicone hydrogel lenses: a review. Eye Contact Lens. 2013;39:100-8.

10. Carney FP, Nash WL, Sentell KB. The adsorption of major tear film lipids in vitro to various silicone hydrogels over time. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 2008;49:120-4.

11. Luensmann D, Srinivasan S, Yu M, Yang J, Jones L. The impact of cosmetics on the physical and optical performance of silicone hydrogel contact lenses. Cont Lens Anterior Eye. 2012;35(Supp 1):e6.