Unless a health-related reason for the limitation is noted in the patient's medical
records, contact lens prescriptions shall not have an expiration date of less than
twelve (12) months from the date the prescription is authorized or the last date of
the contact lens evaluation by a licensed optometrist, osteopath, or physician, whichever
date is later. In no event shall a contact lens prescription be valid twelve (12) months after
the date of authorization by a licensed optometrist, osteopath, or physician.
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