Information About Vision Services

For most people, vision is a crucial part of their everyday life. Fortunately, the experienced team at Vold Vision is here to make your ocular health a top priority. From routine exams to mitigate the risk of eye conditions or diseases going unnoticed to LASIK surgery and clear lens exchange (CLE), we can perform a number of services to ensure the short- and long-term vision and safety of our Fayetteville, AR patients. Additionally, we offer treatments for cataracts and glaucoma, as well as the cornea and retina. Contact our office today to schedule a consultation with a member of our team.

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Vold Vision stands as the gold standard for laser vision correction, not only in Arkansas, but throughout the country, through pioneering treatments.

ReLEx SMILE is a laser eye vision treatment that focuses on the cornea, using a tiny keyhole incision to improve vision within a matter of minutes.

LASIK surgery is a proven type of laser correction that can be used in order to correct conditions, including myopia, hyperopia, and astigmatism.

An advanced form of photo-refractive keratectomy (PRK), laser assisted epithelial keratomileusis (LASEK) reduces the need for contacts or glasses.

Our patients often have questions about laser vision correction surgery. We've compiled this list of FAQs to answer some of the most common questions.

Just like laser surgery and glaucoma, Vold Vision offers specialized programs for cataract sufferers, including surgeries that return clear vision.

A healthy eye has a clear lens, like a camera lens, which brings light into focus. A cataract is a clouding of that lens, located behind the pupil.

A cataract occurs deep inside the eye, causing vision to slowly degrade. Vold Vision offers numerous cataract treatments to help restore lost vision.

Dr. Vold and his team of leading eye surgeons have paved the way in glaucoma treatment with the advanced, life-changing technologies of MIGS.

iStent is a minimally invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) that helps decrease eye pressure to the optic nerve thus helping to reduce vision loss.


XEN, a form of MIGS, uses an implanted stent the size and softness of an eyelash to help lessen pressure in the eye, which reduces glaucoma symptoms.

A diagnosis of glaucoma covers a wide range of eye diseases which are the result of damage to the optic nerve and can lead to vision loss.

While glaucoma can result in vision loss over time, Dr. Vold and his team of board-certified ophthalmologists offer numerous advanced treatments.

Eye exams for infants and pre-school children can help strengthen visual development, as well as diagnose any developing eye conditions and issues.

Children and teenagers should receive regular eye exams and visual screenings to make learning easier and so developing problems can be treated.

Periodic Vold Vision 360-Eye Exams carefully look from the front to the back of the eye to detect vision problems, eye disease and health problems.

Eye injuries can be scary, but most can be treated. They can consist of scratches, puncture wounds, caustic splashes or caused from common objects.

Eye diseases run the spectrum from minor to debilitating but can also be treated and hopefully prevented with education and support at Vold Vision.

Vold Vision’s board-certified ophthalmologists in Northwest Arkansas offer affordable access to comprehensive and affordable vision solutions.

The retina is a thin membrane lining the rear of the eye that converts light into nerve impulses sent to the brain for healthy visual acuity.

The retina is the innermost layer of your eye. It is sensitive to light and processes visual information by sending images to the brain via the optic

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