Micrometer scale resolution full-field optical coherence tomography (FF-OCT) is developed for imaging human graft corneas. Three-dimensional (3-D) images with ultrahigh resolution (respectively, 1 and in the axial and transverse directions), comparable to traditional histological sections, are obtained allowing the visualization of the cells and the precise structure of the different layers that compose the tissue. The sensitivity of our device enables imaging the entire thickness of the cornea, even in edematous corneas more than thick. Furthermore, we provide tomographic 3-D images of laser incisions inside the tissue at various depths without slicing the studied corneas. The effects of laser ablations can be observed, along various optical sections, directly in the bulk of the sample with high accuracy, providing information on the interface quality and also imaging tiny changes of the tissue structure. FF-OCT appears to be a powerful tool for subcellular imaging of the corneal structure and pathologies on the entire thickness of the tissue as well as interface quality and changes in the collagen structure due to laser incisions on ex vivo human cornea.