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Our In-House Lens Finishing

Did you know that we’ve had our own lens finishing lab since the 1990’s? This enables us to “finish,” ie; grind the edges of the lens(es) to fit into your frame. If you want to reuse your frame to acquire new lenses for, you won’t have to give them up while the lenses are on order. You can just bring your  frames in when the lenses are ready, and John Guild, ABOC, will use our Santinelli LEX 1000 Edger to tailor your lenses for a snug and correct fit. This also gives us  control over the quality of work done on your lenses, vs. being captive to an outside lab.