Privacy Policy

Hounds Road Dental Website Privacy Policy (in accordance with GDPR May 2018)

The Privacy Policy of Hounds Road outlines how we safeguard and preserve your privacy while communicating with us and or visiting our website. Along with our Terms of Use, this Privacy Policy explains how we collect and use your personal data when you that you provide to us or when are visiting our website.

This privacy policy is updated regularly (Insert date:  Last Update)

Information we collect:

We collect your name and contact details such as phone number and email address through website enquiry form.

We also collect details of your visit on the website pages by use of cookies (Cookies provide us statistical information for use of improvement in the website and for analytics.). Such statistical data does not identify you personally or for that matter any personal details. After visiting our website, the cookies get stored on your computer. All computers have ability to decline the cookies. This can be easily done by changing the browser settings which allows you to decline the cookies. You can even delete the cookies by using the settings menu from your browser settings. In case if you choose to decline the cookies, you may not be able to browse and access certain parts of website. We do not have any control over cookies used by our advertisers which are downloaded automatically once you click the advertisement on our website.

How we use your information:

The information that you share is collected and stored and is used primarily to contact you in relation to your enquiry and is not used for marketing or advertising purposes. We may seek your preference for how we contact you about your dental care such as by email.

Transfer of your personal information outside UK:

We do not transfer your personal information outside UK.

Your rights:

  • You have right to withdraw your consent to the use of your personal information.
  • You have right to access your personal information and to be informed about its use.
  • You have right to rectify your personal information.
  • You have right to have your personal information erased (for example, information about your dental treatment)
  • You have right to restrict the use of your personal information (for example, sending you reminders for appointments or information about our service)
  • You have right to object to the use of your personal information.
  • You have right to complain to a supervisory authority.

For more information on Data Protection Privacy Consent for Patient please click here to download the pdf form.