Known for his positive contributions to the lives of dentists and dental teams across the globe, Gary Kadi has been a devoted advocate for the whole of the dental community, their families, and their patients for over 19 years.
A speaker, author and researcher, Gary re-energizes, interrupts the status quo, and shares discoveries and interests far beyond helping dentists implement systems and raise their profit margins. He is inspired everyday by the courage and personal successes of dentists and team members with whom he has the privilege of working and getting to know.
After years of studying the reoccurring challenges of team, finance, and patient issues facing dentists for years he had a breakthrough. It came in understanding the business model dentists were fighting to fix was created by a non-business practitioner who could throw up a shingle and be successful. He discovered the source of getting dentists off the drill, fill and PPO treadmill.
In 2008 while watching the first “Hangover” movie and hearing the line “You’re not a doctor, you’re a dentist” he then discovered his life’s mission of “altering America’s health by transforming the way the public relates to dentistry.”
He created NextLevel Practice to implement the Complete Health Dentistry™ business model where teams willingly embrace and implement change, patients respect their treatment regiments, invest in their health, and doctors enjoy practicing the way they envisioned at dental school graduation.
The team-driven Complete Health Dentistry™ business model takes any practice that is stagnating and turns the situation around very quickly in complete alignment with the practice’s values. Doctors and their teams are re-inspired by re-relating their role in patients’ TOTAL HEALTH.
Gary Kadi is also chairman of Partners in Complete Health, an organization committed to helping dentists understand the science behind “Complete Health Dentistry” and the connections between dental health and overall physical health. In 2013, he took the first step in mobilizing the Complete Health movement by producing Say Ahh, the world’s first documentary on oral health through Partners in Complete Health.