Breakthrough Documentary Connects the Dots between Oral Health and Complete Wellness

Partners in Complete Health today announced its film “Say Ahh,” the world’s first documentary on oral health, is now available to the public, including non-dental and non-medical communities. Featuring doctors, patients and a few minor miracles, “Say Ahh” takes an informative, patient-friendly approach to explaining the oral-systemic connection and its impact on the health and lives of millions of Americans.

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the world's first documentary on oral health

Say Ahh

The American public generally is unaware of the profound connection between the mouth and the body. “Say Ahh” is an attempt to raise awareness and connect the dots.

Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) April 09, 2014

Partners in Complete Health today announced its documentary on oral health “Say Ahh” is now available to the public, including non-dental and non-medical communities. “Say Ahh,” the world’s first documentary on oral health, takes an informative, patient-friendly approach to explaining the oral-systemic connection. The film has been screened in dental and medical communities across the country since its release in late 2012.

“Say Ahh” follows the true stories of six families as they discover the real-life impact that their oral health is having on their lives. The message: mouth and body are connected and the source of getting people to achieve and maintain good health can be found in the mouth.

Gary Kadi, chairman of Partners in Complete Health says the American public generally is unaware of the profound connection between the mouth and the body. “Say Ahh” is an attempt to raise awareness and connect the dots.

“This movie is quite personal for me. Growing up in a family where both my parents had gum disease, I’ve supported the businesses of dental offices for years,” said Kadi. “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. Also, join our Facebook and Twitter communities at https://www.facebook.com/sayahhthemovie and @garykadi.

About Partners in Complete Health:

Partners in Complete Health is a non-profit organization committed to helping dentists understand the science behind “Complete Health Dentistry” and the connections between dental health and overall physical health. For details about the film and how to host a screening in your community, visit http://www.sayahhthemovie.com.

For more information, contact Partners in Complete Health at 480-361-9955 or through info(at)partnersincompletehealth(dot)org.


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