Traveling is a lot of fun most of the time. However, with it comes plenty of preparation otherwise your trip will be disastrous.
Tooth care preparation while planning a trip is a must-do according to Dr. Cameron Clokie. One of his quick tips on doing this is ensuring you pack your tooth care essentials: toothbrush, toothpaste, bottled water, floss, toothpicks, and sugar-free gum. Read more: Dr. Cameron Clokie Gives His Quick Tips for Tooth Care While Traveling
To keep bacteria at bay, he recommends ensuring your toothbrush is dry before packing it. He also advises packing in doubles lest you lose any of your luggage while traveling. Additionally, he encourages you to stay vigilant about all you eat in addition to using drinkable water to brush your teeth, especially if you are going to third world countries.
Clokie is a world renowned surgeon, scientist, and entrepreneur whose expertise in oral and maxillofacial surgery has seen him create a name for himself within the industry. His time in academia saw him teach dentistry and clinical practice for 30years before retiring in 2017.
By the time he was retiring, he was a Professor of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the University of Toronto, Canada. His time in academia also saw him write and publish many papers and make presentations on bone reconstruction and regenerative medicine at both the local and international level.
Dr. Clokie is currently the CEO of Induce Biologics Inc. which focuses on musculoskeletal regeneration in the field of regenerative medicine. His brilliance in this field has seen him file 25 existing or pending patents in the USA.
Using top-notch entrepreneurial skills, he has developed strategic alliances with various businesses for the advancement of the industry. Dr. Clokie’s knowledge, ingenuity, and innovation in regenerative medicine have led to the use of BMP protein in growing bone tissue from adult stem cells.
Using this technique of tissue regeneration, patients who had lost their jaws to tumors have re-grown them back. Medical practitioners hailed this advancement as a “game-changer” in the industry.
Dr. Clokie is currently looking at ways of reducing the cost of the procedure by inserting the human gene of the protein into goat embryos for mass production. He is doing this in collaboration with several US biotech firms.
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