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We Carry All The Brands, Along With Unbelieveable Contact Lens Prices. If You Cannot Find The Brand Or Type You Wear, Please Do Not Hesitate To Contact Us. We Are Here To Help.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What if I don't have an up-to-date contact lens prescription?

Modern Day OptX offers an in-office 5-minute contact lens vision exam for $40. The prescription is sent to you via email by an Ophthalmologist. Just bring with you an old/expired contact lens prescription with your B.C. and DIA listed.

Do I need a contact lens prescription to place an order?

Yes, all orders require a valid prescription from a doctor, including your name; the date of prescription expiration; the doctor’s name; and, for the lenses themselves, power, base curve, manufacturer, diameter, and material.

What happens if my prescription changes?

Send back the unopened undamaged boxes of contact lenses you ordered through us back for credit and we’ll ship you out the appropriate contact lens prescription. – Valid only if purchased within 90-days. 

How long is my prescription valid for?

A minimum of 1 year, and 2 years in many states. Your doctor may place a shorter expiration time on your prescription, but only if there are documented medical reasons for doing so. If your prescription has an expiration date, you may want to ask your doctor to explain the medical reasons he/she has placed such a restriction on your prescription.

My doctor is requiring me to return for a follow-up visit before releasing the prescription. Is this legal?

 

Yes. The doctor may want to evaluate your eyes with the trial (fitting) lenses in place prior to releasing the prescription. He/she may also require you to pay for the fitting in full prior to releasing the prescription

 

 

My Doctor refuses to release my prescription unless I sign something. Is this legal?

No. Your doctor may not require you to sign any form of release or waiver prior to confirming your prescription.

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