Cameron Clokie Making Positive Changes In The Dental Industry

Cameron Clokie graduated as a Doctor of Dental Surgery in 1985. He studied at McGill University where he received his Doctorate in the regeneration of dental implants. He currently specializes in bone regeneration and construction. Cameron Clokie acts as the CEO of Induce Inc. The company produces bio-implants for the purpose of reducing the need of harvesting bones needed for reconstruction. Induce, Inc. is also committed to reducing the need for additional surgeries. Thanks to Cameron Clokie, Induce was able to produce a bone morphogenetic protein that helps existing bones grow again in small children.

Dr. Clokie believes that serious health conditions can be preventing through regular and thorough oral care.

Cameron also pays it forward by providing others with his experience and expertise. He has conducted several lectures around the world, speaking to a variety of different audiences. During his lectures he discusses the future of regenerative medicine. He goes in-depth in the field of bio-implants, maxillofacial and oral surgery. Cameron Clokie has also worked for the University of Toronto as a professor and Head of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. His expertise is continually sought after and he remains an advisor on several boards.

Dr. Clokie provides several tips on how to keep your teeth healthy when on the go. You should always keep a secondary toothbrush, toothpaste and water bottle handy in case you aren’t near a bathroom. To prevent bacteria from landing on your brush, make sure it is always dry. You can use a blow dryer to make sure your toothbrush is completely dry. He realizes it is not always convenient when on the go, to brush your teeth in between meals. This is why you should also carry dental floss, toothpicks and mouthwash. All of these options will clean in and around the areas of your teeth before you are able to brush.

Cameron Clokie is determined to improving bio-implants and making them affordable to all. Currently, medical insurance doesn’t cover the procedure and it can cost upwards of $5,000.

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