Cameron Clokie spearhead a successful bone regeneration procedure in Canada

According to Bloomberg, Dr Clokie is a scientist, an oral and maxillofacial surgeon and a serial entrepreneur. His career majors in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. He obtained his Doctor of Surgery (DDS) in 1985 and completed finished the specialty in 1990.

Then he later received a doctorate (Ph.D.) in bone regeneration. Clokie is currently the CEO of Biologist Inc., which is a regenerative medicine company focusing on creative solutions for musculoskeletal reconstruction.

For three-decade, he is part of academic dentistry, and clinical practice and the recent achievement is being named the head of Oral and Maxillofacial surgery in 1998.Apart from that, he was also a professor of oral and Maxillofacial surgery at the University of Toronto.

Several patients in Canada have benefited from the bone regeneration. He uses a protein that can seduce adult stem cells into becoming bone tissue. That has helped him in pioneering a technique that to reset the jaw’s skeletal clock.

The most significant procedures were in Toronto general hospital and Mount Sinai. This procedure is a vital milestone for the researcher who has interest in tissue regeneration. Read more: Dr. Cameron Clokie Gives His Quick Tips for Tooth Care While Traveling

It is because the current methods of rebuilding body parts usually rely on a painful process of stealing fat, and muscle from one site to fill the gap in another section. The procedures will help in overcoming all this pain.

Patient’s experience

A golfer known as Peter Russell had an experience with the system introduced by Cameron Clokie. Within a short period after the surgery, Mr. Russell has regrown seven centimeters of bone along the bottom right of his jaw. He had lost the tissue to a benign tumor in 2003.

Mr. Russell is among the eight patients in Canada who have successfully undergone a method of bone regeneration. His case is contrary to that of Mc Farlane. Two years ago a benign tumor swelled from the right side of McFarlane’s jaw.

If left untreated, the rare and aggressive jaw-tissue growth, which is known as ameloblastoma, can balloon to distort the face filling the airways to the point of choking the patient to death. Learn more about Cameron Clokie:–clokie/c12024915

The patient underwent a traditional surgery because her large tumor also involved the joint. She was not a candidate for the new method because her large tumor also affected the joint.

1 Comment

  1. Elianna Elliott

    Very massive progress has gone on while I have worked away and now I have to try and catch up with what is happening all around. Best quality of will some how come back to the front stage again with the theme in mind. Progress can always be so pervasive and I think it should help everyone to be smarter with medical knowledge.

Comments are closed, but trackbacks and pingbacks are open.