Brian Chung is an optometrist who holds a BSc. (Hons) Optometry. He is a certified orthokeratology practitioner with over 8 years’ experience in Orthokeratology.
Brian set up AeroV in 2015 to bring quality Orthokeratology and eye care services to the community. With the myopia epidemic in Singapore, there is a need to control myopia and minimise visual impairment as a result of myopic degeneration (potentially blinding changes in the eye that result from high myopia). The ageing population also presents a heavy burden on the eye care service providers in Singapore.
AeroV has an excellent track record in controlling myopia progression in the children who have used the lenses.
Member – American Academy of Orthokeratology and Myopia Control
Honorary Treasurer – Singapore Optometric Association (2015)
Councillor – Singapore Optometric Association (2013 – 2017)
29-30/09/2015 The 1st SOA Conference as Organizing Committee
5-6/10/2016 The 2nd SOA Conference as Organizing Committee
27-28/09/2017 The 3rd SOA Conference as Organizing Committee
06/06/2015 Channel 8 Interview as Honorary Treasurer, Singapore Optometric Association
13-14/11/2014 5th ASEAN Optometric Conference as Organising committee
Ketti is a student optometrist currently pursuing her final year in the Diploma of Optometry in Singapore Polytechnic. She will be having her internship with AeroV for the next 12 weeks and she aims to learn what is needed to be competent in the industry as well as what is needed to serve patients to the best of her abilities.
With a great passion in optometry, she strives to give the best services she can with all her clinical skills and knowledge.
Shazwan is a third-year Optometry student from Singapore Polytechnic, who has a great interest in the field of Health Sciences. During his 12-week internship with AeroV, he aims to put his clinical skills and knowledge about the eye into practice.
With a zeal to learn, he seeks to provide his best services to each customer. He also believes that Orthokeratology is not only a great way to give clear vision throughout the day without wearing spectacles, but is also an effective method in reducing myopia progression.