Patient information

Patient Information, Implant & Esthetic Center

Each time you contact us, we register personal information about you. Personal data are required to provide a good, safe and safe dentistry. Personal data is also used to follow up our activities and to get a picture of our patients’ dental health. The two laws governing the handling of personal data in our operations are the Patient Data Act and the Data Protection Regulation.

How do you treat my personal information?
We are obliged to keep a patient record for each patient. For example, the patient record may include personal data such as the background to care, information about diagnosed diagnosis, performed and planned actions, and when and who has made the note in the journal. Your personal information is needed and treated to provide a good and safe care, as well as for business and quality monitoring. Part of the personal data must also be reported to the National Health Data Register and the Social Insurance Agency. We have the right to register your personal data in the patient records and health records even if you have not given us your consent.

As a patient with us, you have the opportunity to book time via our website, via email or phone. To provide you with this service, we will collect your name, email and telephone number. The processing of your personal data is necessary in order to fulfill the agreement with you and to fulfill legal obligations that concern us as a healthcare provider. The contact information is stored in our patient record system in accordance with the provisions of the Patient Data Act.

How long do we keep your personal information?
There are clear rules in the Patient Data Act and the Data Protection Regulations for how to preserve or delete your personal information. According to these regulations, for example, personal data in a journal document shall be kept for at least 10 years after the last personal data was brought into the document.

Who gets access to your personal information?
Dental care is strictly confidential for data on patient health status or other personal circumstances. Therefore, we will not disclose your personal information unless we are required to do so as a result of laws and regulations (eg to the Social Insurance Agency, the National Board of Health and Welfare) or if you have received your explicit consent to such disclosure.

This does not exclude us from using vendors who process your personal information on our behalf in accordance with written agreements and our instructions. The supplier who accesses your personal information is not given a right to use your personal information for purposes other than the purposes stated in this patient information.

What rights do I have?
Take note of the patient record
As a patient, you are entitled to access the data contained in your patient record. You are also entitled to receive a copy of all or part of the patient record.

Get your personal information corrected or deleted
If you have a different opinion in relation to what is in your patient record, or think that a statement is incorrect, you have the right to have this included in your patient record. To get a task removed from your patient record, you must contact the Inspectorate for Care and Care (IVO) at to get this done.

Get information about accessing your patient record
All readings of electronic patient records are recorded, this is called logging. As a patient you have the opportunity to get an extract from the log, that is, a list of those who have looked at your personal information.

Block data in your patient record
Before making information available to other healthcare providers through coherent reporting, you should be informed of what coherent records involve. Please note that in order for other healthcare providers to process your information, your consent is required. If you do not want your journal information to be electronically available to other healthcare providers, you may request that the information be blocked completely or partially for electronic access. You will then be informed of what this may have for consequences for your care, for example, that you must tell your healthcare staff what they need to know to give you a good and safe care. You should also be aware that locks can only be placed in electronic journals, not in journals that are only found in paperbacks.

Inverse to treatment
You are entitled to object to certain personal data processing that we perform on behalf of a public interest. You must then specify what treatment you are facing.

Revoke your consent
If you have given your consent for processing your personal information, you are entitled to withdraw this consent at any time. You can withdraw your consent by contacting us at the contact details below. See above, however, under the heading “How long do we keep your personal data”?

Complaints and damages
You are entitled to lodge a complaint regarding our processing of your personal data to us or to the Data Inspection at any time. If personal data about you have been treated so that they are in violation of the Patient Data Act and the Data Protection Ordinance, you may be entitled to damages.

How do you use your rights?
If you wish to use any of your rights, please contact us at the contact details below. If you want to file a complaint with a supervisory authority, please contact the Data Inspection at

Who is personally responsible?
Implant & Esthetic Center 556697-7566 is the personally responsible person for the processing of your personal information according to this patient information.

How do you contact us?
Implant & Esthetic Center has a data protection agent responsible for data protection issues. If you have any questions about this patient information, processing your personal information or how to exercise your rights, please contact the responsible person on
040-23 73 83 or

2018-04-25 last updated the patent information

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