Eyeglass Repair

Eyeglass Repair

If your eyeglasses are broken or damaged, it may be worthwhile to try to have them repaired before you invest in a new pair. If the frame is broken or bent, or if the lenses are cracked, you will likely need to take the glasses to an optician for repair. Our expert opticians will evaluate the condition of your glasses and advised you of the repairs needed. If repairs are not advised, they will guide to your best alternatives.

When to repair or replace eyeglasses

Eyeglasses are prone to getting scratched and damaged. Opticians can always repair cracked lenses and bent frames; however, if the frames are inexpensive it may be worthwhile to just buy a new pair.

It's normal to have light scratches on eyeglass lenses. When the scratches begin to interfere with vision, the lenses should be repaired or replaced immediately. The same goes for damaged frames. If the frame no longer sits properly on the nose or ears, it should be repaired or replaced as soon as possible.

One thing to keep in mind is that your prescription may need to be updated even if your glasses are not damaged. If you find that your vision is becoming blurry and it has been awhile since your last eye exam, it may be time to get a new prescription and a new pair of lenses.

Repairing eyeglass lenses

Scratches on eyeglass lenses are unavoidable. If your lenses are deeply scratched, you will need to visit your optician to have the lenses replaced. We will educate you how to properly care for and clean your lenses to prevent scratches on them.

Repairing eyeglass frames

Eyeglass frames can become damaged from accidents or just normal wear and tear. One of the most common problems is a loose screw. Our opticians will gladly tighten or replace screws on the spot. If an eyeglass frame is bent, cracked, or broken, it will be necessary to bring the frame to our optician for repair or to purchase a new pair of eyeglasses. We can often replace the same frame for you if the lenses are in good condition.

50% off 2nd Pair of Glasses

When you purchase a 2nd complete pair of glasses on the same day as the 1st complete pair of glasses, our office will apply a 50% discount to the lesser pair.

This discount may not be used in addition to any other discount or insurance benefit.

***Please keep in mind that we offer complimentary adjustments to your frame for life. We also warranty most frames if broken due to manufacturer’s defect.

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  • "Very friendly and courteous personel. Doctor took the time to explain every thing that was done in a very professional manner."
    Petra R. Los Angeles, CA

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