Regenerative medicine is quickly becoming one of the most famous fields of medicine today because of the uthopic nature that it has, and for the novelty that it represents for the future of the healthcare industry.
Most doctors and researchers believe that it proves to be one of the most important pieces of our medicine today, but, of course, that is not to diminish the other parts of the industry as a whole. The entire medicine field needs each of the parts, be it a study that treats the happiness of the patients, or a research that develops cure for cancer, or even regenerative medicine, that promises to regrow damaged tissue back to their full potential. All parts are equally important, and Cameron Clokie, a very renowned and well-studied doctor and researcher on the field, stated himself the important of every piece in the large world of medicine.
For Dr. Cameron Clokie, Who is, at the University of Toronto, a Professor of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, an essential subject in regenerative medicine, the field is still in its infant stages.
For being one of the first doctors to tackle the treatments of regenerative medicine by regrowing tissues and bones that were damaged by traumas or tumors, Cameron Clokie watched the afterbirth of the regenerative medicine.
The therapies are becoming more advanced by the week, and more researchers are joining the quest of finding the best materials to incite regrowth in the damaged tissues of patients. Studies have started to find new alternatives, some better and some for more fringe cases, to be used in these therapies and to have additional options for patients that are allergic to the more mainstream materials.
Dr. Cameron Clokie knows what it means to regrow the tissue of a patient, as he is a professor and a scientist who performed the therapy in patients as well.
Being the current Head of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery since he acquired the position in the year of 1998, right now Cameron Clokie has achieved more than five years of experience in the field.
This is not the only specialization of the doctor, as he is also a student of academic dentistry and clinical practice and has studied oral surgeries and dentistry extensively.
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