Originally Posted by Chenzo
I charge $20, sometimes $10 if you also get a shop tune. Straightening of the edge is rather archaic, you prolly wouldn't want to watch if you value your skis highly. Kinda like knee surgery.
I assume by archaic you mean a hammer and chisel to push edge out. I am not concerned at all from a cosmetic standpoint, I want the ski to be functional. The good news is that the damage cannot be seen from the top sheet, this is why I did not notice until after skiing.
I appreciate all the responses, glad to know it can be repaired. I have lined up someone to take a look this week, he is has decades of repair and tuning experience and stated he has repaired much worse damage.