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Rebecca Miller, OD Rebecca Miller, OD completed her undergraduate training at Purdue University. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology, graduating with honors. While at Purdue, she was awarded the prestigious Howard Hughes grant for her research in Biology. In addition, Dr. Miller was selected to travel to California to work on the development of prescription Dry Eye medications. Medical Missions were an integral part of her education at Purdue, including medical mission trips to Costa Rica, Zimbabwe, and Ecuador. She enjoyed experiencing different cultures, learning new languages, and providing eye care to the underprivileged.

After completing her undergraduate degree at Purdue University, Dr. Miller attended InterAmerican University of Puerto Rico earning her Doctor of Optometry degree, graduating with honors, and receiving the Best Thesis award in her graduating class. During her four years at InterAmerian University, Dr. Miller was elected to serve as the American Optometric Association’s Student Liaison, which allowed her to represent Optometry students at national and international meetings. In addition to wanting to be an optometrist, Dr. Miller wanted to learn a second language, and studying in Puerto Rico afforded her this opportunity.

After completing her Optometric training, Dr. Miller and her husband moved to North Texas where she has been privileged to serve patients for nearly a decade. She chose to become an Optometrist, because she wanted the opportunity to help patients as they face vision and ocular health changes throughout life. One of her main objectives is to provide patients with education to understand the options available for Refractive Surgery. Having been a LASIK patient herself, Dr. Miller understands the ‘patient journey’ well. Dr. Miller looks forward to meeting with prospective patients to create customized solutions for their ocular health needs. Her customized treatments include care for Complex Dry Eye, Glaucoma, Cataracts, and Ocular Disease. Treatment plans focus on maximizing the eye’s natural ability combined with cutting edge technology. Treatments include natural therapies, prescription medications, and surgical solutions.

Dr. Miller enjoys sharing her experience and expertise with Optometrists around the country, hosting Continuing Education courses several times each year and contributing articles to Optometry and Ophthalmology Journals. When she is away from clinic, she enjoys family time with her husband and two young boys. They reside in McKinney, Texas and enjoy being involved in their community, church, and schools.

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Rebecca Miller, OD

Rebecca Miller, OD completed her undergraduate training at Purdue University. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology, graduating with honors. While at Purdue, she was awarded the prestigious Howard Hughes grant for her research in Biology. In addition, Dr. Miller was selected to travel to California to work on the development of prescription Dry Eye medications. Medical Missions were an integral part of her education at Purdue, including medical mission trips to Costa Rica, Zimbabwe, and Ecuador. She enjoyed experiencing different cultures, learning new languages, and providing eye care to the underprivileged.

After completing her undergraduate degree at Purdue University, Dr. Miller attended InterAmerican University of Puerto Rico earning her Doctor of Optometry degree, graduating with honors, and receiving the Best Thesis award in her graduating class. During her four years at InterAmerian University, Dr. Miller was elected to serve as the American Optometric Association’s Student Liaison, which allowed her to represent Optometry students at national and international meetings. In addition to wanting to be an optometrist, Dr. Miller wanted to learn a second language, and studying in Puerto Rico afforded her this opportunity.

After completing her Optometric training, Dr. Miller and her husband moved to North Texas where she has been privileged to serve patients for nearly a decade. She chose to become an Optometrist, because she wanted the opportunity to help patients as they face vision and ocular health changes throughout life. One of her main objectives is to provide patients with education to understand the options available for Refractive Surgery. Having been a LASIK patient herself, Dr. Miller understands the ‘patient journey’ well. Dr. Miller looks forward to meeting with prospective patients to create customized solutions for their ocular health needs. Her customized treatments include care for Complex Dry Eye, Glaucoma, Cataracts, and Ocular Disease. Treatment plans focus on maximizing the eye’s natural ability combined with cutting edge technology. Treatments include natural therapies, prescription medications, and surgical solutions.

Dr. Miller enjoys sharing her experience and expertise with Optometrists around the country, hosting Continuing Education courses several times each year and contributing articles to Optometry and Ophthalmology Journals. When she is away from clinic, she enjoys family time with her husband and two young boys. They reside in McKinney, Texas and enjoy being involved in their community, church, and schools.