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We (or service providers operating on our behalf) may place functionality cookies on your device. Not to worry, we never share contained information with advertisers or other third parties.
Our functionality cookies are used to remember choices you make (such as preferred language or country location) and provide the personalized or enhanced features that you select. These cookies can be used to provide online services to you, or to prevent online services from being offered to you depending on your preferences. Our functionality cookies collect anonymous information. We do not compile information on your browsing behavior for websites other than our own.
If you delete these functionality cookies, any preferences or settings you selected will be lost.
Redding Dental Arts primarily uses the programs Google Tag Manager, VWO and Google Analytics to measure functionality and performance on our website.
Our Targeted Advertising
We (or service providers operating on our behalf) may place targeted advertising cookies on your device.
These cookies may be used on our websites and in connection with our content and advertisements that appear on third-party websites and online services to determine that you have viewed or engaged with our content or advertisements and so we can show you advertisements for products that we believe will be of interest to you. They may also be used to limit the frequency with which you see the same advertisement. Our targeted advertising cookies collect anonymous information.
Whomever places the cookie on a device (Redding Dental Arts or a third party) is responsible for obtaining consent.
We use the following platforms for targeted advertising:
- Google & YouTube
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