Ever heard of the wonderful and amazing Cameron Clokie? He is an oral and maxillofacial surgeon from Toronto, Canada. First and foremost, he is the Chief Executive Officer of Induce Biological Inc. This company focuses on regenerative medicine solutions for musculoskeletal reconstruction on patients.
For over 30 years, Clokie has been involved in the academic dentistry and also clinical practice where he interacts and educates his patients and students. He received his DDS (Doctor of Dental Surgery) in 1985 and finished his specialty training in 1990. He then acquired his PhD in bone regeneration from McGill University in 1992. Learn more about Brad Reifler: http://www.ideacity.ca/speaker/cameron-clokie/
Today, Clokie is the Professor of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the awesome University of Toronto. He teaches and conducts the full practice of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. He is always excited to teach students who are interested in the same field and always like to answer questions whenever students are confused about a certain term or concept in class. Read more: Cameron Clokie DDS, Ph.D.: Executive Profile & Biography
He is always eager to teach students to think outside the box and to not be afraid of trying new methods. Clokie has made himself known due to his innovation in strategically handling surgical management of jaws.
When it comes to handling jaws, Cameron Clokie knows the proper surgical method and will act appropriately depending on the situation of the operation. For example, if a patient has a horrible shattered jaw, Clokie will surgically and strategically plan out the patient’s diagnosis and operation before interacting with the patient.
One amazing method includes Cameron Clokie utilizing a unique growth protein soft gel that will liquefy when placed in the freezer and then he takes out into a much warmer temperature making it solid. He then shapes the gel into the proper size and proportion of the patients jaw and mouth.
He uses X-Ray to see where to put the modified piece of solid gel so that the patient does not feel any pain and making the possibility of a speedy recovery in no time. He places it inside the patient’s mouth so that the jaw can take form again like it used to be and then ultimately healing quicker than expected.
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