I recently bought two new pairs of full-framed, anti-reflective glasses\ndue to the vision in my right eye becoming slightly worse (I'm\nnearsighted, don't know my perscription offhand). The edges of only\nthe right lens in both pair of glasses reflect light sharply, like a\nmirror, into my eye, rather than the light being diffused softly along\nthe edges of the rim. This effect is especially noticeable and\ndistracting in dark settings with light sources in view. For example,\nif I'm watching TV, I can see most of the image on the screen along the\nbottom and top edges of the right lens. This makes watching TV or\nlooking at my monitor almost unbearable.\n\nI took the first pair back to the place I got them and they said that\nthey have never heard of this before and have no idea about how to fix\nit. I then went to my optometrist and another optical store to see if\nthey had any idea, but they were just as clueless. Defeated, I decided\nto simply buy another pair of glasses from the second store, but these\nalso suffer from the same problem!\n\nCould the lens' edge polish or edge rolling cause this and why would it\nbe in just the right lens? If it is the polish, should I get a new lens\nthat is completely unpolished?