How Clear Lens Exchange Helps You Achieve Sharper Focus
Clear lens exchange surgery can improve your vision and make it easier to see things clearly. See how this cutting-edge procedure works at our clinic.Read
Is LASIK Eye Surgery Safe for Vision Correction?
LASIK eye surgery in Fayetteville, AR can treat common vision problems. Learn about the safety of laser vision correction surgery at our clinic.Read
After Losing Three-Fourths Vision, Patient Drives 28 Hours For Glaucoma Care
Made in the USA: American Eyewear
Making a Difference One Frame at a TimeRead
LASIK Offers Patient Freedom from the Struggle of Wearing Glasses and Face Mask
Tired of Your Glasses Fogging Up While Wearing a Face Mask? Vold Vision Patient seeks LASIK to stop the problem.Read
It’s Time for Back-to-School Eye Exams
Starting the New School Year Ready for SuccessRead
Make Sure Your Child’s Eyes & Their Brain Are Talking
Early Detection Key to Treating AmblyopiaRead
Kiss Contacts Goodbye! Say Hello to LASIK!
Why you should decide to ditch your contacts and enjoy the freedom of LASIKRead
November Team Member Spotlight- Ellie
Learn More about EllieRead
Former Arkansas Razorback, Now Vold Vision Optometrist
Learn More about Dr. David HurdRead
October Team Member Spotlight- Johnnie
Learn More about JohnnieRead
Local Nurse and Fisherman First in Arkansas and Among Country's First to Receive
High Patient Satisfaction Reported Showing a 99% Approval RateRead
September Team Member Spotlight- Tresa B.
Learn More about our Apprentice Optician Tresa B.Read
Northwest Arkansas Welcomes First Pediatric Ophthalmologist
Thousands of Kids Across Region Can Now Receive Care Closer to HomeRead
What Frame Best Compliments Your Face Shape?
Selecting the right glasses or sunglasses to accentuate the shape of your face can be a bit challenging.Read
Hello 40’s and Hello Changes to Your Vision
The more birthdays we celebrate, the more we may notice changes in our vision.Read
August Team Member Spotlight- Nikki G.
Learn More about our Optical Technician Nikki.Read
When should you child start having eye exams and how often?
Even without apparent vision problems, the AOA still recommends starting eye exams at six months old.Read
Importance of Back-to-School Eye Exams
Studies show children may not recognize vision problems.Read
First Ophthalmologist in United States Receives ReLEx® SMILE
Dr. Krishna Surapaneni became the first ophthalmologist in the United States to receive the revolutionary ReLEx® SMILERead
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