Jason D. Bullajian

Jason D. Bullajian, MD is a Board Certified eye doctor, Lasik surgeon, and Cataract Surgeon serving McKinney and Frisco Texas since 2000.

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Throughout his distinguished career which spans nearly 20 years, Dr. Jason Bullajian has performed over ten-thousand cataract and refractive surgery procedures and he remains on the cutting-edge of medical, surgical and technological advances in eye surgery. Notable among Bullajian’s many achievements, he was the first cataract surgeon in Collin County to perform all-laser cataract surgery using the LenSx Laser platform. He was the first surgeon in Collin County to successfully implant the iStent inject glaucoma implant.

A native Texan, fluent in both English and Spanish, Bullajian was born and raised in Corpus Christi where he graduated from the Mary Carroll High School Honors Program in the top two percent of his class.
After undergraduate training, where he was one of the first few to graduate with Distinction from Baylor University’s Honors Program, his love for academics and education led him to a brief career teaching high school chemistry and physics, and junior high science. While in residency at the University of South Carolina at Columbia, Bullajian attained the distinction of being the first resident physician in the university’s residency program history to perform LASIK eye surgery. He was also selected by the chairman of the department to be Chief Resident. This honor enabled him to share his skill, experience, knowledge and love of medicine by teaching other residents about eye disease, cataract surgery and LASIK.

After completing his residency, Bullajian returned to Texas. He founded Texas Vision & Laser Center in McKinney in 2000, and opened a second location in Frisco in 2012. When not caring for patients, Bullajian enjoys water skiing, snow skiing, playing golf and tennis, scuba diving, playing the guitar and spending time with his wife and their three children.
October 10, 2020
October 10, 2020

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BS – Chemistry with emphasis in Biochemistry: Baylor University (Honors program with Distinction)
MD – Texas Tech University Health Science Center (Lubbock)
Internship – Internal Medicine: University of South Carolina (at Columbia)
Residency – Ophthalmology: University of South Carolina (at Columbia)
Special Emphasis – Cataract and Refractive surgery


Board Certified: American Board of Ophthalmology
Collin County Medical Society
Fellowship of the American College of Surgeons
Texas Medical Association
American Academy of Ophthalmology
American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons

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May 3
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April 7
Demystifying the Pain Perception in LASIK Eye Surgery: What to Expect Squinting at street signs, struggling to decipher the menu at your favorite dimly lit restaurant, or the constant juggle between your prescription glasses and sunglasses—these are just a few signs you're probably all too familiar with. And with each inconvenience, the irritation mounts, nudging […]
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February 1
Ever squinted at a whiteboard and found the lines look more like a blurry, wavy ocean than straight lines? Or start the day with a clear vision, only to have it devolve into a blurry mess by the end? If you're nodding along, you might have astigmatism and not even know it. But don't worry—you're […]
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