Leah Burke, an optician at Hawks Besler & Rogers Optometry in Overland Park, snaps a lens back into a frame after adjusting it for a customer. Burke’s office offers free adjustments to its patients if they buy their glasses online. Other shops are charging fees for adjustments to glasses purchased elsewhere.
Leah Burke, an optician at Hawks Besler & Rogers Optometry in Overland Park, snaps a lens back into a frame after adjusting it for a customer. Burke’s office offers free adjustments to its patients if they buy their glasses online. Other shops are charging fees for adjustments to glasses purchased elsewhere. Andy Marso amarso@kcstar.com
Leah Burke, an optician at Hawks Besler & Rogers Optometry in Overland Park, snaps a lens back into a frame after adjusting it for a customer. Burke’s office offers free adjustments to its patients if they buy their glasses online. Other shops are charging fees for adjustments to glasses purchased elsewhere. Andy Marso amarso@kcstar.com

As people buy more eyeglasses online, opticians adjust — and make adjustments

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