Dr. Cameron Clokie is a US based surgeon who practices both oral and maxillofacial surgery. He is also a sequential entrepreneur and scientist. He works with a regenerative treatment company known as Induce Biologics where he serves as the Chief Executive Officer. The company innovates medication solutions for reconstruction of musculoskeletal. Clokie has also served as a professor for over ten years.
In 1998, Clokie was made the Head of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. Throughout his over 30 years career, Cameron has been involved with a lot of clinical practice and academic dentistry.
Crunchbase has it that Cameron Clokie has previously served as the Professor of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the University of Toronto. He held this position until 2017 when he retired from academics. While at the University of Toronto, Clokie came up with the first technique of its kind to restore severely injured jaws.
The technology uses a protein that seduces stem cells into developing bone tissue in an adult. The process which involves coaxing bones causes the damaged bone or tissue to grow again as it is in newborns. Today, he holds over twenty-five international and United States patents. Most of these patents are related to bone healing. Learn more about Cameron Clokie: https://twitter.com/CameronClokie and https://www.dentevents.com/speaker-profile/dr-cameron–clokie/c12024915
One of Clokie’s first clients in jaw skeletal regeneration was Peter Russel. The 60-year-old lost his jaw tissue to a jaw tumor in 2003. After undergoing Clokie’s reconstructive surgery in Canada, Peter’s life is back to normal with a newly grown 7 centimeters of bone along his jaw’s bottom right.
In Russel’s case, Cameron and his team regrew a similar bone identical to the one he lost to the tumor. This development is a significant step in regenerative surgery since it will save patients the process of having another part of their body lose fat, muscle or bone to restore an injured part. These bone and tissue regeneration treatments are available at Mount Sinai Hospital and Toronto General Hospital.
Other than practicing bone reconstruction and regenerative medicine, Cameron has held both international and national presentations on the same. He has also created strategic agreements with other companies to convert his knowledge into a commercially viable business.