A: The contact lens fee is determined by the complexity of your prescription and by the type of lenses required for your specific needs.
A contact lens prescription is valid for 2 years (unless a doctor approves/recommends otherwise).
As mandated by federal law, the doctor will check the general health of your eyes and determine the proper fitting of the contact lenses you require every 12 months, in order for the prescription to be valid.
Most Insurance plans will not cover the fitting fee, as they consider contacts to be cosmetic. But if they are your preferred choice, get them!