Accurate, safe, error-free, all-laser procedure!

All-laser LASIK is a surgical method that involves opening the cornea with a femtosecond laser and correcting vision with an excimer laser before closing up the cornea.

  • 1. Flap made by a femtosecond laser with a circumferential incision of approximately 20mm.
  • 2. Laser removes tissue by multiple pulse photoablation to change the shape of cornea.
  • 3. Flap placed back to its original position.

B&VIIT only performs only all-laser LASIK rather than less expensive blade LASIK in order to ensure greater safety and higher quality of vision for our clients.


  • Uses a blade for cutting the cornea and laser for vision correction.
  • Has high prevalence of bleeding, pain, and complications.

All-laser LASIK

  • Entire procedure is performed by laser.
  • Substantially reduced prevalence of bleeding, pain, and complications.

B&VIIT’s customized laser LASIK

We offer customized LASIK surgery, appropriate for each individual’s eye condition through use of the latest laser equipment.

Advantages of All-laser LASIK

  • Since the corneal epithelium is not removed, the potential side effects of corneal opacity is reduced.
  • Less pain and faster recovery.

Disadvantages of All-laser LASIK

  • Corneal thickness must be right for production of corneal flap.
  • Must take precautions to prevent external impacts immediately after surgery.

“Make sure to check if it is All-laser!”

VISU LASIK – Low stimulation LASIK with enhanced accuracy
VisuMax, the only laser that enables Visu LASIK and SMILE

Which vision correction surgery is appropriate for me?


Small Incision Lenticule Extraction

All-laser LASIK

Laser Assisted in situ Keratomileusis

All-laser LASEK(PRK)

Laser Sub-Epithelial Keratomileusis


Phakic Intraocular Lens

Characteristic 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
Pain and
  • Little pain and discomfort
  • Recovery by the next day
  • Mild discomfort
  • Recovery period of 3~4 days
  • Very little pain
  • Recovery by the next day
Postoperative Care
Postoperative Check-up
Pain and Downtime

If required, medical certificate will be provided for the postop check-up overseas.