HOW WE COLLECT INFORMATION
Our web server automatically recognizes each visitor’s IP address, which can be associated with your Internet service provider. This does not provide us with personally identifiable information.
You can visit our website without revealing any information about yourself. Our site does not track, collect, or distribute personal information about you (such as name, address, e-mail address, telephone number, and product preferences) unless you voluntarily input this information, such as when contact us via digital forms present on this site. Any information you enter will be used by us only as described in the “How we use information” section of this statement.
We use electronic records to compile statistics about how collectively our visitors interact with our website. These statistics contain no personal information. By voluntarily providing us with information about yourself, you are consenting to our use of it in accordance with this policy.
HOW WE USE INFORMATION
We use the personally identifiable information we collect for internal purposes such as improving our products and services, and sending you e-mail (at your request only) about topics you have specified or questions you have asked.
When you request information from us, the information you provide may be shared with third parties so that they may fulfill your request.
Unless otherwise required by law or if pertinent to a judicial or governmental investigation, personally identifiable information is not shared with other organizations or persons. Should we ever need to make an exception, we will say so at the point where you are giving the information.
Information submitted or provided to us by a website user or any person or entity regarding us or our products or services, including but not limited to ideas for new products or services or modifications to existing products or services, shall be deemed to be non-confidential and we shall be free to reproduce, use, disclose and distribute such information to others without limitation or attribution.
Cookies are small text files that websites store on your computer’s hard drive. When they are supplied from our site, they contain information you have given us and are intended to be a convenience to you. They eliminate the need to enter your name and e-mail address in certain forms on our site. They may also record how often you visit our website, or what pages you looked at, so that we may distinguish how many unique visitors we have, how often we are visited, and how many pages are viewed by each visitor.
You may have the opportunity to access other sites from this website, by clicking on either a text link, video or other external link. Please be aware that when you leave this site, you will enter sites outside the control of Harmony Dentistry, and the privacy policies of those sites are likely to differ from ours. We suggest contacting these sites for relevant information about their data collection policies.