Minimize side effects arising from corneal damage!
All laser LASEK is a procedure during which the corneal epithelium is removed with an excimer laser,
and vision is corrected before the cornea is covered with a protective lens.
1. Removal of the epithelium
2. Laser removes tissue by multiple pulse photoablation to change the shape of the cornea.
3. Bandage contact lens inserted.
B&VIIT was the first in Korea to introduce LASEK
Having begun by introducing LASEK to Korea in 1999, we have been further developing improved surgical methods based
on ceaseless clinical research in collaboration with university hospitals and specialized research institutions.
The lowest amount of corneal removal in the world! Optimized for high myopia and astigmatism.
The highest speed in the world! Fortified safety through 7-dimensional eyeball tracking.
B&VIIT customized laser LASEK
B&VIIT performs surgical procedures that drastically supplement the shortcomings of LASEK,
including pain and corneal opacity, by applying clinical expertise based on extended research in the development of more desirable procedures.
Advantages of All-laser LASEK
Possible to minimize associated side effects since the area of the cornea cut-out is small.
Appropriate for those who engage in an extensive range of activities, since it is sturdy against external impacts.
Disadvantages of All-laser LASEK
Greater pain and slower recovery in comparison to LASIK.
Corneal opacity can occur, and long-term postoperative care is required.
“Upgrade the LASEK procedure through EYECLE LASEK, only with B&VIIT!”
EYECLE LASEK : Culmination of B&VIIT’s research
M- LASEK : B&VIIT’s own procedure with mitomycin, customized to the client
Which vision correction surgery is appropriate for me?
Small Incision Lenticule Extraction
Laser Assisted in situ Keratomileusis
Laser Sub-Epithelial Keratomileusis
Phakic Intraocular Lens
Combination of the advantages of LASIK and LASEK
Less pain and faster recovery!
Strong against external impacts
Minimize corneal damage
Those wanting quick recovery
Those with severe dry eyes
Those needing correction of myopia or astigmatism
Those with difficulties in taking leave from work
Those sensitive to pain
Those needing correction of astigmatism
Those with more than 500㎛ corneal thickness
Those with very thin corneas or very small eyes
Those with severe dry eyes
Those engaged in activities that impart impact upon the eyes
Those who cannot undergo laser eye surgery due to ultra-high myopia or astigmatism
Those with very thin corneas
Those with great fear of surgery
Need to pay attention to avoiding impact immediately after surgery
Requires 3~6 months of care
Requires regular check-up and caution to prevent impact
Next day of surgery, 1 month postop, 6 months postop
Next day, 4 days postop, and long term care for 3~6 months required
Every week for 1 month, and regular check-up required