Repair & Maintenance

Eyewear Repair & Maintenance In Red Deer

When you come to our clinic at Eyewear Experts, we do our best to repair your glasses with our eyewear repair services in Red Deer. We provide a range of services to maintain your glasses, including frame adjustments, nose pad realignment, nose pad replacement, and screw replacement. Our team offers minor repairs at no charge at all!

At Eyewear Experts, we understand the inconvenience of having damaged eyewear. After all, you need them to see clearly while you work, play, and everything in between. Visit us today, and we’ll take care of your eyewear repair and maintenance needs as soon as possible.

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Red Deer’s Trusted Eyewear Experts

Proper eyewear repair and maintenance are crucial for ensuring that your glasses or contacts remain effective and comfortable. We can help extend the life of your glasses or contacts and ensure clear vision and healthy eyes.

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Frames Repair & Maintenance

If your frames are damaged, we can help. Eyewear Experts provides frames repair and maintenance to extend the life of your eyewear. Please note that general wear of your glasses can deteriorate the frame and may mean that you might have to buy another one.

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Sunglasses Repair & Maintenance

We not only have a great selection of sunglasses, but we also do all kinds of services and repairs on them. We have the necessary experience and skills to get the job done, no matter which brand of sunglasses you may be experiencing an issue with.

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Contact Lens Maintenance

Are your contact lenses no longer fitting as comfortably as they should? Eyewear Experts is your go-to optician for contact lens repairs, maintenance, and accessories. We know what you require and can help you decide on the right contacts and cleaning solutions.

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What to Expect With Eyewear Repairs & Maintenance

Eyewear repair and maintenance help ensure that your glasses or contacts remain effective and comfortable to wear. With eyewear repairs and maintenance in Red Deer, you can expect to keep your glasses or contacts in good condition, ensuring clear vision and comfortable wear.

  • Repairs – If your glasses are damaged or broken, taking them to an optician or eyewear repair specialist can help fix the issue. They can replace broken frames, nose pads, or screws, or adjust the fit of your glasses to ensure they sit properly on your face.
  • The repair process can usually be completed quickly, often within a few hours or a day or two, depending on the extent of the damage.
  • Maintenance – Regular maintenance is important to keep your eyewear in good condition. Cleaning your glasses or contacts with a gentle lens cleaner and soft cloth can prevent scratches, smudges, and other damage that can affect your vision.

Tips to Prevent Eyewear Damage

When you use your eyewear every day, some wear and tear are normal. However, there are some steps you can take to prolong the life of your eyewear. After all, eyewear is not cheap! We want to help you make the most of your investment and ensure that you enjoy your eyewear for years to come.

When you make an appointment with us at Eyewear Experts, our staff can provide you with expert tips and advice on how to take care of your frames or contact lenses. Here’s how to take good care of your eyewear.

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Keep Your Eyewear Clean

Use a gentle lens cleaner and a soft cotton/microfibre cloth to clean your glasses. Avoid using abrasive materials or chemicals, as they can damage the lenses. Be sure to use the recommended contact lens solution to keep your contacts clean.

Properly Store Your Glasses

Store your glasses in a protective case when not in use. This helps prevent scratches, bends, or other damage. Avoid leaving your glasses in extreme temperatures or direct sunlight, as this can cause warping or discoloration.

Take Your Damaged Eyewear to Us

If your glasses are bent, twisted, or broken, it’s important to take them to an optician or eyewear repair specialist. Attempting to fix them yourself could cause further damage.