The world of maxillofacial surgery is changing. At the helm of this incredible industry is none other than Cameron Clokie. He is the chief executive officer of a regenerating medicine company known as Induce Biologics International. The primary focus of this endeavor is to come up with innovative solutions for all musculoskeletal reconstruction.
Bloomberg revealed that Cameron Clokie has been in the academic dentistry for more than 30 years. During this time, he was also in the clinical practice. In the year 1998, it was such a delight for him to be named as the head of the oral as well as maxillofacial surgery.
Consequently, he was appointed as the professor of oral and maxillofacial surgery at the University of Toronto. He held this position until his retirement in the year 2007. On a personal level, is known for paying attention to detail and his love for ingenuity. He’s also active in the social media.
Various companies choose him to be a member of the board or sit on the scientific advisory board due to his vast knowledge. Cameron Clokie has written and published many papers on the subject of regenerative medicine. He has been invited to give lectures about bone reconstruction and the future of dentistry in many gathering both in the national and international level. His knowledge has helped him to develop alliances with business. He has integrated his knowledge to commercially viable business opportunity.
Just like any other work with a goal to be achieved, the purpose of Cameron’s work is to come up with bio implants aimed at replacing the need for autogenous bone graft. He is based in Toronto, Ontario where he focuses on facial reconstruction and bone regeneration. Learn more about Cameron Clokie: http://www.ideacity.ca/speaker/cameron-clokie/
Mr. Russel is one of the patients who at one time was under the care and treatment of Dr. Cameron. He lost his jaw tissue to a benign tumor in the year 2003. His jaw was reconstructed by adding a growth protein to gel then modeled it into the shape of the missing jaw. Mr. Russel only spent two days in the hospital. He left with a small scar.