For anyone who wears glasses, broken frames are a familiar annoyance. Whether it’s from dropping them on the floor, accidentally stepping on them, or perhaps having them broken during sports, a set of broken glasses can significantly limit your vision. Depending on the severity of your broken frames, you can salvage them through some tips for lenses replacement. This article will go through various ways to fix broken glasses with lens Oakley. We’ll explore different scenarios, such as how to fix broken glasses, arms, broken frames, and broken nose pads. So read on and find out how to improve your broken glasses!
What you should never do
There are a few things you should never do when you have broken glasses. First, never try to superglue your glasses back together. That will not work and will make a bigger mess. Second, don’t put your glasses in the freezer in an attempt to fix them. It also will not work and could potentially damage your glasses further. Finally, don’t try to bend your glasses back into place. That can permanently damage the frames and lenses of your glasses. If you follow these simple tips, you’ll be on your way to getting your broken glasses fixed in no time with Oakley replacement lenses!
If the frame around the lens breaks
We offer various services to help you repair your glasses, including frame and replacement. Our experts can assist you if you need help finding the right frame for your face. If you have a broken frame, our store can help. We also offer a wide selection of replacement eyeglass frames.
You must first assess the damage if you have a broken frame around your lens. If the frame is cracked or bent, it must get replaced. You can buff it with a polishing cloth if it is scratched.
Once you have determined that the frame needs to get replaced, the next step is finding a replacement. Measure your old frame, so you know what size to get. Once you have your new frame, it’s time to assemble it. Then, insert the lenses into the frames and secure them with screws.
If the arm breaks
If the arm of your glasses breaks, you will need to take the glasses to a local eyeglass repair shop. The optician will likely need to replace the entire arm, a relatively simple process. However, if the lens gets cracked, you will also need to have the lens replaced. That is a more complex process and can be pretty costly. If your arm breaks, our store will be happy to help you. We have a wide variety of sizes and shapes of glasses to choose from, so you’re sure to find a pair that fits you well. We also carry a variety of brands so that you can find the perfect pair of glasses for your style.
If the nose pads break
If the screws that hold the nose pads in place have come loose, tighten them with a screwdriver. If the screws are missing entirely, you can buy replacement screws at most hardware stores.
To replace the nose pads, first, remove the old ones by gently prying them off with a flathead screwdriver. Then, align the new nose pads with the holes in the glasses frame and press them into place. You can buy replacement nose pads at most optical stores or online if the nose pads get broken.
If your nose pads break, our store can help you find a replacement or repair them. We have a wide selection of nose pads to choose from, and our experts can help you find the right fit for your glasses. We can also repair your nose pads if they are damaged.