Web Site User Privacy Rights
At Bangor Dental Care, we respect the privacy and value the trust of all our online users – patients, families, donors, the media, and others. We do not collect any kind of personal information unless voluntarily provided by the users. We do not share or sell the information provided by our users.
Information Collection and Use
Web log file data
We collect some basic Web log file data about site visitors. This information includes domain names, Web site traffic patterns, and server usage statistics. This information is used for site management and administration and to improve the content and overall performance of our site.
Third-Party Service Providers
BDC may engage reputable third-party vendors to help us manage our Web sites and allow us to better service our patients and visitors. We never share with third parties any personally identifiable information you provide when requesting information except as required by law.
Links to other sites
This site has links to other sites we think may be of interest to our visitors. Their purpose is to provide visitors with convenient access to other sites that might interest them. A link to another site does not imply an endorsement of the site’s content or services.
We are not responsible for the privacy practices of sites not owned by BCD. We encourage you to be aware of that when you leave our site and to read privacy statements at any sites that collect personally identifiable data.
BDC does not collect your e-mail address unless you voluntarily submit it to us or choose to communicate with us via e-mail. We do not sell or rent any e-mail addresses.
How we use the information
BDC uses the information you provide to fulfill your online request, facilitate customer service and inform you of our programs and events.
We do not rent, sell or otherwise provide visitors’ personal information to third parties, such as marketers.
It is possible that we could be forced to disclose personally identifiable user information in response to a search warrant, subpoena, or court order; that can happen to any organization keeping records. Disclosures may also be appropriate to protect our legal rights and the security or integrity of our Web site, or to avoid liability. Those kinds of disclosures are highly unlikely, but possible.