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8 OUT OF 10

Nearly 8 out of 10 patients surveyed experienced an overall reduction in end-of-day dryness with DAILIES TOTAL1TM contact lenses vs. their habitual lenses3


Nearly 9 out of 10 patients agreed that DAILIES TOTAL1TM contact lenses are so comfortable they feel like nothing3



Water Gradient MATERIAL

    • Gradual transition from 33% water content at the core to nearly 100% at the outer surface1,2*
    • Enables a combination of high breathability**and outstanding comfort4
    • Nothing touches the eye but a thick cushion of moisture1-2


    • Releases phosphatidylcholine, an ingredient found in natural tears5
    • Helps reduce aqueous evaporation due to lipid layer breakup5
    • Provides hydration support, even on patients’ longest days4,6
smar tears
*Based on in vitro measurements of unworn lenses.
**Dk/t @ -3.00D = 156

In an in vitro study, DAILIES TOTAL1TM contact lenses provided superior lens-surface moisture stability compared to other brands.7-9*

Thanks to SmarTearsTM Technology and Water Gradient material, DAILIES TOTAL1TM contact lenses demonstrated longer lens-surface moisture breakup time.7-9*

Give your patients the total comfort they deserve with the exceptional performance of DAILIES TOTAL1TM contact lenses.

*Based on an in vitro study wherein wettability was measured using the iDDropSystem. All lenses were tested in an identical manner, soaked in a PBS (phosphate-buffered saline saline solution) for 16hours+/-2hours(pc0.001).

References: 1. Thekveli S, Qui Y, Kapoor Y, et al. Structure-property relationship of delefilcon A lenses. Cont Lens Anterior Eye. 2012;35(Supp1):e14. 2. Angelini TE, Nixon RM, Dunn AC, et al. Viscoelasticity and mesh-size at the surface of hydrogels characterized with microrheology. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 2013;54:E-abstract 500. 3. Perez-Gomez I, Giles T. European survey of contact lens wearers and eye care professionals on satisfaction with a new water gradient disposable contact lens. Clinical Optometry. 2014;6:17-23. 4. Maissa C, Nelson J, DeCenzo-Verbeten T, Kramer D, Martin A. Evaluation of the Lubricity of Delefilcon A Daily Disposable Contact Lens (DAILIES TOTAL1TM) After Wear. Poster presented at the American Academy of Optometry (AAOpt) Annual Conference, November 12-16, 2014, Denver, CO. 5. Pitt W, Jack D, Zhao Y, Nelson J, Pruitt J. Loading and release of a phospholipid from contact lenses. Optom Vis Sci. 2011;88(4):502-506. 6. Michaud L, Forcier P. Comparing two different daily disposable lenses for improving discomfort related to contact lens wear. Cont Lens Anterior Eye. 2016;39(3):203-209. 7. Tucker B, Leveillee E, Bauman E, Subbaraman L. Characterization of the Surface Properties of a Novel Daily Disposable Silicone Hydrogel Contact Lens. Poster presented at the 2019 American Academy of Optometry Annual Conference, October 23-26; Orlando FL. 8. IDDrop Comparative Study DACP and BioTrue ONEday Report; Alcon data on file, 2019. 9. IDDrop Comparative Study Oasys 1 Day and TruEye; Alcon data on file, 2019



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