Your lenses are scratched
Your prescription has changed
You want to upgrade to tinted or transitions lenses
You've got vintage or designer frames that you want prescription lenses for
You'd rather not spend money on new glasses & have the old ones sitting in a drawer somewhere even though the frames are perfectly fine.
Or all of the above!How does it work?
Your old lenses will be removed from the frames, and an optical edging machine - like this one - will be used to trace the shape of your frames, and grind down new lenses to fit perfectly.
Some things to consider
The age and quality of your frames (things to look out for include brittleness in plastic frames - the process of removing and reinserting the lenses may include some manipulation of the frames, possibly involving heat; this shouldn't be a problem for most frames but if you're not sure you can always check first).
The style - sometimes you want a change, but you can also breath new life into vintage styles by replacing the lenses.
Frames or sunglasses that are too curved may not be eligible for reglazing.
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