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Talk about your light temples. The client of Michael Davis, OD, of Opti-Care in Eldersburg, MD used wires to keep his glasses connected to his ears.
“Introducing the mummy frames: A customer’s solution to an allergic reaction to plastic frames that she says melted a little while wearing them driving home (not our frame).” Debbie Helfet‎ from Opticians on Facebook
“My friend just informed me that her mom needs help with her frame. I honestly admire her dedication in finding a twig with those measurements.” ‎ Chelsey Pernesiglio‎ on Opticians on Facebook
"Can anyone top this?  #gauntletthrowndown ..." Dave Beecher from Opticians on Facebook
“My friends, I present to you the ink-pen temple. It writes better than the pen I had on my desk.” Rebecca Mellema on Opticians on Facebook
“Patient 3D printed his own frame. I must say, it wasn’t half bad. Nose pads and all. Held together with some zip ties. He mounted his old lenses in it because he wanted to.” Trenton Southard‎ from Opticians on Facebook
“Patient 3D printed his own frame. I must say, it wasn’t half bad. Nose pads and all. Held together with some zip ties. He mounted his old lenses in it because he wanted to.” Trenton Southard‎ from Opticians on Facebook
“Yep... it’s a paint brush handle. I must admit, I’m pretty impressed by his adjustment.” Dena Swanson Nelson from Opticians on Facebook
“I’m all for encouraging your children’s creativity, just don’t expect a warranty if the frame breaks. Yes, that is papier-mâché on the glasses.” Stephanie Morrison from Opticians on Facebook
“Just when you think you've seen it all.” From Angela Sanchez Tawater‎ from Opticians on Facebook
“Someone brought this in for me to fix... gotta love the creativity in that temporary fix.” Donald Trumpet from Opticians on Facebook
A Walk on the Wire Side … and More of Your Clients’ Craziest MacGyver-Style Client Repairs