Enhances your vision quality by minimising optical imperfection* commonly found in eyes.1
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The surfaces of your eyes are not perfectly spherical. There are natural imperfections in the curvature of each eye’s cornea and lens that can reduce your vision quality.2,3 Your eye care professional calls this spherical aberration.
These naturally occurring imperfections can cause incoming light rays to focus on multiple points. This can create a blurred image, especially in low light conditions, because the eye’s optical system does not have a single point of focus.
Thanks to the Aberration Neutralising System™, the lens’s front surface design is customised for your prescription to help neutralise the impact of spherical aberration in the eye. As a result, incoming light rays converge for better focus and sharp vision.
Designed for a single point of focus and sharp vision
The Aberration Neutralising System™ at work
Where you can find this technology:
To correct your near-sighted or farsighted vision, ask your eye care professional about CooperVision contact lenses with the Aberration Neutralizing System™.
* Spherical aberration
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2. Kingston AC, Cox IG. Population spherical aberration: associations with ametropia, age, corneal curvature, and image quality. Clin Ophthalmol. 2013;7:933-938.
3. Richdale K. Improving the quality of our patients’ vision: aspheric lens designs: aspheric contact lenses can decrease spherical aberrations and improve visual quality. CL Spectrum. 2011;26:38,40-41.