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EyeLove Family Eye Care & Optical – Your Trusted Fayetteville Optometrist

At EyeLove Family Eye Care & Optical, we are proud to be your choice optometrist office servicing the greater Fayetteville area. Our experienced optometry team is here to help maintain your eye health and offer the most advanced vision correction options available. We are happy to treat patients of all ages in our welcoming and relaxed optometry office. Whether it’s time to schedule your annual eye exam or you’re interested in learning more about LASIK eye surgery, our skilled and friendly team is here to help.

Services Offered by Our Fayetteville Optometrist

With a unique one-on-one approach to patient care, we are happy to provide a wide range of eye health and vision care services, including:

Comprehensive Eye Exams               

Most of our patients can benefit from a complete eye exam once per year, although some may need them more frequently. During your eye health and vision exam with our skilled Fayetteville optometrist, we will ask questions about any symptoms you may be experiencing and assess your overall health. We will then complete several eye function tests, vision testing and take a closer look at your overall eye health.

Contact Lens Exams and Fittings

Many of our Fayetteville patients rely on the ease and convenience of contact lenses to help correct their vision problems. Our friendly and experienced team will be happy to help you explore the different contact lens options available to you and ensure a comfortable fit. Have you been told that you’re hard-to-fit in the past? We may be able to help, so please don’t hesitate to schedule a consultation with us today!

Eyeglasses and Prescription Sunglasses

Eyeglasses are arguably the most popular vision correction options for patients of all ages. Whether you’re looking for a durable pair of children’s frames or you’re interested in adding a new pair of fashion frames from your favorite name brands, we’ve got plenty of great options to choose from. Additionally, we can help you customize the perfect pair of prescription sunglasses as well.

LASIK Consultations

We are happy to take care of both your pre- and post-operative care, as well as refer you to a high-quality surgeon in the area. We can help prepare you for surgery and will also take care of all of your follow-up appointments to ensure you’re healing properly.

Contact EyeLove Family Eye Care & Optical Today

One of the things that set our team apart from others is our commitment to ensuring the comfort and satisfaction of every one of our patients. Whether that means working to find the right appointment times or helping you understand your vision insurance coverage, we’re always happy to help. Call (479) 521-6460 or contact us online today to schedule an initial consultation.



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