How often can you get glasses with insurance?
While individual plans vary, and you should check with your plan for specifics, most vision insurance plans cover part or all of the cost of new lenses for glasses or contacts every 12 months. Frames are typically covered every 24 months, but again, plans vary, so check with yours if you're not sure.
How long does it take to get glasses?
Expect to wait 7–10 business days to get new prescription glasses following your eye exam, though quicker turnaround times are possible (especially with expedited shipping). And remember, once you get your prescription from an eye exam, you can use it to order glasses at any optical retailer (online or in person).
How many times can you get new glasses?
Optometrists recommend updating to new glasses every one to three years as needed. However, there might be various factors suggesting it is time to change our old prescription for new ones. Wearing old prescriptions with the belief they are still functional for eyesight is a common misconception.
How often should you get a new glasses prescription?
Eyeglass prescriptions are valid for one to two years, depending on the optometrist. Once a prescription expires, people must get a new one to get new glasses. This allows the optometrist to examine the eyes and check for vision changes.
How often can you get glasses with VSP insurance?
A total allowance up to $300.00 is available every other calendar year1. This allowance can be used for exam, lenses, lens options, frame, contact lenses and contact lens fitting and evaluation fees. Members cannot utilize both in-network and out-of-network services during the same benefit period.
Can you get glasses in 2 days?
Need glasses in a hurry? With our Fast Frame option, you can order glasses today and have them delivered to your doorstep in just 2-3 business days.
Can I get glasses immediately?
Yes, it's possible to get an eye exam and prescription glasses on the same day. But unless it's an emergency, you might want to wait a few days and get the best eyeglasses for your needs. Not all glasses are available in "an hour" or on the same day as your eye exam.
Why does it take 2 weeks to make glasses?
The lens-making process starts with a large lens mold, which is then shaved down to fit your exact prescription proportions. Throw in extra lens coatings like UV-protective, anti-reflective, photochromic and scratch-resistant coatings — plus the time it takes to be delivered — and you've got a roughly 2-week process.