Using the website
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You may view pages, download information and print pages from our website.
Registration and accounts
To be eligible to attend our meetings you must be either a registered dentist, retired dentist, a dental student, member of the dental team or employed in the wider dental industry.
You have the option to register for an account on our website during checkout.
In the event of unauthorised use of your account we recommend that you contact us. You can also request a new password or request the deletion of your account so that you can set up a new one.
User IDs and passwords
If you register for an account with our website you will be asked to generate a user ID (we recommend your email address) and password.
You must keep your password confidential. You can re-set your password by visiting the My Account page.
You are responsible for any activity on our website which arises from your failure to keep your password confidential. Bookings and payments not made by you during this time may not be refunded.
Cancellation and suspension of accounts
We reserve the right to suspend or cancel an account at any time in the event of unauthorised use.
You may cancel your website account at any time. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we will remove you from our list.
We undertake not to share our users’ details with any third parties unless we have sought your prior agreement.
Members are granted access to restricted areas of the website. If it is found that members have misused this right or shared private information with outside parties then the Society reserves the right to suspend their membership.
This website is owned and operated by the BDA West of Scotland.
You can contact us by writing to us at:
BDA West of Scotland
12 Newcraigs Drive
or email email@example.com
We together with our licensors, own and control all the copyright and other intellectual property rights in our website and the material on our website.
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