Toronto Based Leading Oral Surgeon Dr. Cameron Clockie

Dr. Cameron Clockie is the Chief Executive Officer of Induce Biologics Incorporated. Induce Biologics is a regenerative medicine company that is focused on musculoskeletal reconstruction. Based out of Toronto Canada, Induce developes bioimplants for bone regeneration. Learn more about Cameron Clokie: and–clokie/c12024915

In addition to founding Induce Biologics, Dr. Clockie is a maxillofacial and oral surgeon. In 1985 Dr. Clockie received his DDS (Doctor of Dental Surgery) and continued his education with specialty training in 1990 and in 1992 he earned his PhD from McGill University. He has internationally lectured and written many published works on various oral healthcare topics.

In 1998 Dr. Clockie was named the Head of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and he was a Professor of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the University of Toronto. Dr. Clockie currently has over twenty five internation and US pending patents that are related to bone healing.

With his extensive knowledge of maxillofacial and oral surgical management, Dr. Cameron Clockie is highly sought after for his advice and medical treatment. Recently Dr. Clockie performed a innovative surgery on Peter Russel.

Peter is a 60 year old man who lost jaw tissue in 2003 due to a benign tumor. Through treatement by Dr. Clockie, Mr. Russel has been able to regrow seven centimeters of jaw bone in the last two years. Dr. Clockie used a protein that can coherce adult stem cells into turning into bone tissue. This newly developed technique coaxes bones to grow as if they were growing in an infant child.

Dr. Cameron Clokie stated that they are able to “reintroduce the embryonic state of bone generation” this has resulted in identicle jaws being completely regrown in patients. The regrowth proceedures are currently performed at Mount Sanai Hospital and Toronto General Hospital. These regrowth options are not available for everyone suffering from tumors.

In a simliar case, a patients tumor also grew onto their joint and it required a 19 hour surgery as well as a stay in the ICU and follow up oral surgeries. Mr. Russels’ case was a simple four hour surgery that required only a two day stay in the hospital.

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