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Prescriptions for eyeglasses commonly are good for two years from the date that the prescription is written. The opthamologist that does the exam can make it refillable for a shorter or longer time if they need to.
People who often have ocular changes or have eye problem will often not have as long as "normal" people before their prescriptions expire.
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