1. You are wearing the wrong prescription
Your eye doctor is able to give you the examination schedule for your eye health, but a clear rule of thumb is if you’ve been wearing a prescription for over a year, you need a new test to ensure the health of your eyes.
2. Your glasses do not fit
If you purchased a frame just for the style but find it falling down your nose, or pressing into your temple, it’s time for a change. Frames have sizes that can guide you to find your best fit. Learn more from our Find Your Perfect Fit page.
3. Your frames are missing pieces
Missing arms and nose pads that are missing or moldy affect not only your comfort but also your vision; when a frame isn’t sitting correctly you won’t be seeing through the optimal prescription point in your lens.
4. The lenses are damaged beyond repair
Even if you invested in coatings, over time they can become scratched or even begin to peel. In some cases we can retreat your lenses, but when lenses are damaged beyond repair it's always best to get a new pair of glasses.
5. It’s time for a style update
Most of us have multiple shoes and bags, but only one pair of glasses. New shapes, materials, and styles can update your wardrobe and provide a showcase for your eyes. We love helping you find something to update your look!
Ready to start finding your new glasses? Contact Us