I called to reorder just last week. Since it's been more than a year, my insurance will pay for my next "6-month" supply, which I hope will last me another year or so. Sacrificing my eye health in the name of saving a few bucks? Hardly. I'm simply following the advice I received from Keith Baratz, M.D., an associate professor of ophthalmology at the Mayo Clinic. If a contact lens is approved for continuous day and night wear for 2 weeks, he said, it can last twice as long if you wear it only during the day.
ABC News by Bill Phillips and the editors of Men’s Health