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Getting to Understand Cameron Clokie, Ontario’s Reconstruction Surgeon

Crunchbase has it that Dr. Cameron Clokie is a serial entrepreneur, a scientist as well as a maxillofacial and oral surgeon. That aside, he is the founder and CEO of induce biologics a medical company that deals with the provision of innovative and focused solutions used for multi-skeletal reconstruction.

For over thirty years Dr. Clokie has been involved in clinical practice and academy dentistry. His dedication earned him the professor of maxillofacial and oral surgery before his retirement from academics.

He has made different publications both internationally and nationally in regenerative medicine and bone reconstruction. What’s more, he is a proud owner of over twenty-five international patents which has made it easier for him to make strategic partnerships with different businesses around the world.

Clokie reconstruction surgery has had a tremendous impact on patients who have been part of this procedure.

In fact, the surgery takes advantage of a protein that can re-design an adult stem cell into a bone tissue. The procedure can also reset the jaws skeletal clock which makes it easier for the coaxing bones to grow just like a newborn. According to Dr. Clokie, his procedure is a significant step for researchers who are looking into the new development in tissue regeneration.

The methods used in today’s reconstruction surgery are painful since they involve stealing muscle, fat, and bone from one portion of the body and filling gaps in another.

In one of the conferences hosted by Clokie, he explores the effectiveness of his procedure by comparing a case of two patients who underwent reconstruction surgery using different methods.

One of the patients Ms.McFarlane had to undergo an intensive 19-hour operation which left her admitted for two weeks in a hospital. She is also scheduled to go for a second surgery in which surgeons are expected to use her hip bone to reconstruct her mandible before false teeth can be implanted.

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