Dr. Cameron Clokie: The Maxillofacial Reconstruction Guru

About Dr. Cameroon Clokie

Dr. Cameron Clokie is not only a surgeon and scientist but also a professor, and entrepreneur. He attained his Doctor of Dental Surgery in the year 1985. Thereafter, at McGill University, Dr. Clokie received a Ph.D. in bone regeneration in relation to interface development.

The renowned doctor is also the CEO of Induce Biologics Inc., which is a company that deals in regenerative medicine and is dedicated to finding innovative solutions for musculoskeletal reconstruction. Dr. Cameron has successfully built relations with companies related to bone healing where he shares his knowledge.

He has contributed to many publications and presentations on a national and international level. The presentations are mainly about bone reconstruction and regenerative medicine.

Dr. Cameron Clokie’s Career in Toronto

In 1993, at McGill University, Cameron Clokie formed a bone research group. This group was actively involved in the assessment and development of new bone regenerative technologies.

Bloomberg revealed that Dr. Cameron Clokie then moved to the University of Toronto, that is in 1998, where he has been the Head of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and then made the Professor of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery in the same institution until his withdrawal from academics in the year 2017. He runs a successful clinical practice in Toronto, Ontario, that specializes in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.

In reconstruction, Dr. Cameron uses a protein that can cause an adult stem cell to become a bone tissue. This procedure manipulates the bones to regenerate as they would in a newborn baby. Learn more about Cameron Clokie:  https://www.facebook.com/Dr-Cameron-Clokie-1711496149080699/ and http://inducebiologics.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=46&Itemid=18

Involvement in Outreach work in Canada

Dr. Cameron’s main purpose is to come up with bio-implants that will in the long-run replace autogenous bone grafts. In Canada, he has worked with eight patients who he has seen undergo bone regeneration, a method that could transform the face of reconstructive surgery.

An example is the case of one Mr. Russel and Ms. Janine who are tremendously grateful to the doctor for helping them reconstruct their jaws.

Dr. Clokie presented these two cases in a U of T conference where Dr. Molly Shoichet, the Canada Research Chair in Tissue Engineering, noted that it is an important innovation in bone growth.