When you separate the frames, you will see that only the upper couple of inches (at most) are combed together. The comb is usually very soft and won’t have a huge amount of honey in it. Depending on the time of year, there may be some drones in it, and of course you will lose those, but it won’t hurt the hive.
I have dealt with this a lot of the years, and I just lift the frames. You have to be a bit careful, so that the protruding comb doesn’t tear the face of the frame comb as you lift. However, Langstroth boxes have gaps at the outer edges, so you can just shift the edge frame into that gap, and then lift without damaging the comb face. Some people tidy up that bridging comb with a hive tool. I usually leave it, as the bees just rebuild it. However if I need wax, for example for priming new Flow frames, I scrape it off into a ziplock bag and save in the freezer.