How Dr. Cameron Clokie Became A Top Surgeon In Toronto

Dr. Cameron Clokie is an entrepreneur and surgeon who lives in Toronto, Canada. He founded his company, Induce Bioligics Inc., and serves as its Chief Executive Officer on BizCommunity.com. He is an oral and maxillofacial surgeon with a specialty in musculoskeletal reconstruction. He has been in the industry for 30 years and has established himself as a leader in the industry.

In 1985, Dr. Clokie graduated with his degree as a Doctor of Dental Surgery. He earned his Ph.D. in 1992 from McGill University, specializing in bone regeneration and dental implants. His skill in this field has led to him being a sought-out expert in surgical management of the jaw, serving as both a teacher and clinician. Additionally, he has published several papers in his field and lectured around the world, talking about oral healthcare, oral and maxillofacial surgery, and other dental issues.

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During his career, Dr. Cameron Clokie has worked in both academic dentistry as well as private practice. During his career, he has been the Head of Oral Maxillofacial Surgery at the University of Toronto. He also served as a professor at the University of Toronto until he retired from academics in early 2017. He has been a prominent board member at a number of other private companies and has served time on scientific advisory boards.

Dr. Cameron Clokie’s innovation in dental surgery has resulted in him holding or waiting for approval of 25 US and international patents. As an expert at bone healing, he has devised methods to coax broken or missing bones to regrow. One of his patients, Peter Russel, lost part of his jaw to cancer. Dr. Clokie was able to regrow the bone and now the 60-year-old patient’s jawline looks like it did when he was 30. Dr. Clokie’s method uses a protein which can cause a patient’s own stem cells to become bone tissue. He is a the forefront of research into this method of regrowing bone to help patients. He also used this method to regrow the jaw bone of a 20-year-old patient who had also lost part of her jaw, this one to the removal of a benign tumor.

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