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Certified Ophthalmic Technician

Beth graduated from Indiana University School of Optometry with an A.S. in Optometric Technology and also completed the Optician Concentration Track. She has also been a Certified Ophthalmic Technician with the Joint Commission of Allied Health Personnel in Ophthalmology. She has experience in the lab, frame room, and exam room. In our office, you will find Beth prepping the patients with all preliminary testing and ancillary testing.

When Beth is not at work, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends. Beth has 3 children and her husband coaches the women's Butler basketball team. Beth is from Bedford, Indiana.


Most people between the ages of 40-45 start to have difficulty seeing up close. This is called Presbyopia and slowly progresses until about the age of 65. This is a normal change due to the lens in the eye hardening and losing flexibility.

Vuity is 1.25% pilocarpine. This is not a new drug. It has been on the market for decades and is used to temporarily shrink the pupil size. It is now being rebranded as a drop that can help improve near vision. How does this work? By shrinking the pupil size, physics tells us this can increase our depth of focus. This drop will not CURE presbyopia. It can improve it while the drop is active and the near blur will return when the dose wears off after approximately 4-6 hours. This drop is recommended for individuals ages 40-55.

Dosage: one drop in each eye once per day. Side effects: possible brown ache or a mild headache. The cost at this time is about $80-90 per month at most pharmacies and insurance does not apply.