The great name of Oral and Maxillofacial cannot be mentioned without tagging Cameron Clokie. He is an Oral and Maxillofacial surgeon as well as a professor of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the University of Toronto.
Dr. Clokie is a licensed and a certified surgeon with the knowledge and desired skills in surgery. He graduated with a Doctor of Dental Surgery from the McGill University. Learn more about Cameron Clokie: http://prairiesnewstribune.com/canada/toronto-dentist-cameron-clokie-talks-up-new-technology-available-to-oral-surgeons/3427
He holds a Ph.D. in Bone Regeneration from the same institution. Mr. Clokie’s doctorate degree in bone regeneration focuses on dental implants during the interface period. He successfully completed his fellowships and special training. He is a holder of various educational certificates as well as a doctorate in Philosophy.
Cameron Clokie is the owner and the Chief Executive Officer of Induce Biologics Incorporation. The medical facility focuses on providing regenerative solutions for the musculoskeletal reconstruction. Apart from just practicing medicine, Mr. Clokie is also a writer. He has published various reports, papers, and articles on bone reconstruction and regenerative medicine both national and international use.
The oral and maxillofacial surgeon is a holder of 25 patents some of which are existing and others pending. He has used the patents to partner with businesses, an act that has enabled him to turn his skills and expertise in regenerative medicine into money.
Dr. Cameron Clokie brought to light the technique of doing surgery on tumors in the jaw bones. The complex technique entails making the stem cells to grow into bone tissues in adults by using proteins.
He first carried out the surgery to a man who had lost more than seven centimeters of his jaw bone in 2003. The man’s jaw bone was able to grow again after the surgery. Since its invention, the surgical technique has only been successfully applied to eight patients.
Bloomberg revealed that Dr. Clokie has provided lectures to many students across various universities in oral and maxillofacial surgery, bone regeneration, the future of dentistry and related topics.
In 1998, he was named the head of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the University of Toronto. The scientist retired in 2017 from the teaching profession and as a professor from the same institution.