What are cookies?
A cookie is a small text file that is saved on a user’s computer or other device and that enables the monitoring of users visiting our website. Cookies do not in any way damage a user’s computer or personal files. They cannot be used to propagate viruses, and they do not grant access to any files stored on a user’s hard drive. Cookies make using our services easier and the content and marketing displayed more relevant for individual users.
You cannot be identified based on the data collected by cookies, but information received from you in other contexts can be combined with cookie data. For example, if you have given us your e-mail address on our website e.g. when making an appointment or subscribing to our newsletter, we can combine your data across devices and browsers. In this case, data will be collected and processed in the manner described in the Oral customer information statement.
What kind of cookies do we use?
Oral also applies usage data collected with cookies in directing marketing and specific content for different browsers. Oral may create target groups based on browser behaviour and present these groups with marketing and other content likely to interest them. For this, Oral uses partner services such as Adform, Google AdWords, Fonecta, Facebook and LinkedIn. If you do not wish for marketing to be directed to you according to your interests, you can disallow directed marketing either completely or selectively using the YourOnlineChoices web service.
Our site uses social media-integration, e.g. the Facebook like-button, with content coming in directly from Facebook. Facebook, Google, Twitter and other similar service providers may collect user data according to their current terms and conditions of use. Oral is not responsible for any content or use of such third party websites.
You can clear out your cookie history in your browser settings. In this way, any previously saved cookies and online behaviour profiles based on them will be removed. However, this does not prevent new cookies from being saved on your browser.