Mule Christopher M DDS Inc

Mule Christopher M DDS Inc
Mule Christopher M DDS Inc is listed in the Dentists category in Salinas, California. Displayed below is the only current social network for Mule Christopher M DDS Inc which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Mule Christopher M DDS Inc on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 77.

Contact information for Mule Christopher M DDS Inc is:
632 E Romie Ln
Salinas, CA 93901
(831) 424-0678

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Mule Christopher M DDS Inc has an overall ZapScore of 77. This means that Mule Christopher M DDS Inc has a higher ZapScore than 77% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Salinas, California is 38 and in the Dentists category is 25. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Christopher M. Mule' DDS, Inc. added 3 photos and a video.
Thank you Dr. Mah for treating us last weekend to a wonderful lunch of Dim Sum. Great experience, good food, and fun people! The Asian market next door had some very interesting items!

Anyone interested in Giants tickets for Saturday v. the Braves. 4 club level tickets and a parking pass for $200. Great deal and great seats!

Christopher M. Mule' DDS, Inc. added 2 new photos.
New rebate for the newest Oral B toothbrush. $30 off until the end of June. We sell it at our cost and extend even more savings to you. Normally the toothbrush retails for $160-$200 and our price is $99, plus the rebate and you get it for $69!!! Great deal! Come on down or call 831 424-0678.

Many people worry about going to the dentist. You may be very nervous and may actually feel sick to your stomach. Some people become so nervous that they just don't go to the dentist. But this can lead to serious problems, including infected gums and teeth, difficulty chewing, and lack of self-confidence because of bad teeth or bad breath. To help get over being nervous about the dentist, it is helpful to first understand why you may be nervous. Reasons include: Having had a painful or bad experience at the dentist, including insensitive comments made during your visit. The smell of the office or seeing or hearing the dental tools (such as the sound of a drill) may bring this back. Feeling helpless or out of control. Being confined to the chair and not being able to speak and communicate may cause this. The precautions your dentist takes, such as wearing a mask and gloves, may add to this feeling. Being embarrassed about the condition of your teeth. Hearing about others' bad experiences at the dentist or being influenced by how TV, newspapers, or magazines portray them. Fearing the unknown, including the procedures your dentist uses. To help feel less nervous about a dental visit, try the following: Talk about your fears. Tell your dentist that you are nervous, and try to explain why. This way your dentist can do everything possible to put you at ease. Ask your dentist about what is going to happen and why. If you understand the steps of getting a filling, for example, you may feel less nervous about it. Ask your dentist to tell you when he or she is moving from one step in a procedure to another step. Make your dental visit at a time when you are not rushed or under pressure. An early morning, late afternoon, or Saturday may be the best time, as you may not have to worry about missing school or work. If the sound of a drill bothers you, ask your dentist if he or she has music and headphones. If not, bring your own audio player and headphones. Agree on hand signals to communicate pain, discomfort, or the need for a break. Use relaxation techniques. As you sit in the chair, try deep breathing or thinking about a favorite activity or place. Don't be afraid to switch dentists. If you talk to your dentist and feel that he or she is not listening or not making an effort to help you feel at ease, try another dentist. Tell your friends about your fears, and ask them about their dentists.

Another great dental day in Mrs. Garibay's kindergarten class!! Thank you for the opportunity. Glad we could help. The kids always ask such intelligent questions. 😃❤