'Say Ahh' documentary showcases the connection between oral health, overall wellness

April 14, 2014

Partners in Complete Health has announced its new documentary, “Say Ahh,” is making its public debut.

Partners in Complete Health has announced its new documentary, “Say Ahh,” is making its public debut.

“Say Ahh,” the world’s first documentary on oral health, explains the connection between oral and systemic health using a patient-friendly, informative approach.

The film follows the true stories of six families as they discover the impact their oral health has on their lives. Featuring doctors, patients and a few minor miracles, the film aims to raise awareness of the connection between the mouth and body, and show how some tragic stories could have been prevented. It has been screened by dental and medical communities across the country since its release in late 2012.

“The movie is quite personal for me,” said Gary Kadi, chairman of Partners in Complete Health. “Growing up in a family where both my parents had gum disease, I’ve supported the businesses of dental offices for years. What I witnessed is many dental professionals as the unsung heroes of healthcare – arresting health complications through proactive and preventative treatment rather than reactive. With this approach, these medical professionals were saving lives and money and creating a solution to our healthcare situation.”

For more information on “Say Ahh,” visit http://www.sayahhthemovie.com or find them on Facebook and Twitter: https://www.facebook.com/sayahhthemovie and @garykadi.