So here's the sitch.
I have a patient that typically wears grooved rimless frames, and likes a more minimal look. With this in mind I lead them towards a drill mount (silhouette). They like them, its a good look. They decide to order them. The chassis goes to the lab and come back, and the patient picks them up, frames are adjusted, everything is great. 4-5 days later the patient comes back in and they can't stand to wear them because of the bushings.

Has anyone had patients mention that they are unable to wear their glasses due to seeing the mounting for drill mounted frames? I'm curious if I need to start mentioning this when going into a rimless frame for the first time. Only reason I ask is cause they made it seem like it was my fault since I didn't mention they might notice them.

Thanks in advance for any advice!