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Dr. Cameron Clokie Pioneers a Bone Regeneration Technique

Dr. Clokie is a surgeon, scientist and an entrepreneur. He serves Induce Biologics Inc, as CEO. Induce Biologics, Inc, is a medical company that is involved with regeneration of medicine and innovative options for musculoskeletal reconstruction.

For the longest time, Dr. Clokie was in a clinician and was involved in academic dentistry. In 1998, he was named the Head of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. The University of Toronto declared him Professor of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery until his retirement in academics in 2017. Learn more about Cameron Clokie:–clokie/c12024915

Dr. Clokie has served many companies Advisory Boards in various positions. He has published numerous papers and made several national and international presentations on bone reconstruction and regenerative medicine and the future of Dentistry.

Cameron holds 25 US and international patents – both pending and active. Most of them are related to bone healing. Dr. Clokie uses his knowledge and expertise to help businesses transform into viable enterprises.

Dr. Clokie’s Work on Peter Russel

Peter Russel is one of the only eight patients in Canada to undergo a bone regeneration procedure that could redefine reconstructive surgery. Peter is more than grateful for the success of the treatment. Read more: Cameron Clokie Speaks to Regenerative Medicine and Our Team – Induce Biologics

Cameron Clokie came up with a technique that made it possible for the Jaw’s skeletal clock to grow the way they do in a baby. He used a protein that could transform human stem cells into bone tissue.

These procedures are done at Toronto General Hospital and Mount Sinai Hospital. It is a significant milestone for medical researchers who have been trying to find the possibility of tissue regeneration for the longest time.

Before this, doctors only had the option of performing the painful procedure of stealing fat, bone, and muscle from one body part to fill up another; a nine-hour operation that requires the patient to stay in the hospital for weeks. With the new technique, the patient takes only a few nights in the hospital.


Cameron Clokie got his Doctor of Dental Surgery in 1985. He finished his specialty training in 1990 and then a Ph.D. in bone regeneration from McGill University in 1992.

Dr. Clokie is a respected name in the field of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, frequently sought after to teach of administering dental surgeries.