Bingham Dental practice in Nottingham
Call 01949 831738
51 Long Acre, Bingham, Nottingham NG13 8AG


Bingham Dental Practice aims to meet the requirements of the Data Protection Act 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the guidelines on the Information Commissioner’s website as well as maintaining our professional standards and guidelines.

A personal copy of this Privacy Notice is available form reception or by email if you contact

What Information do we collect?

When you join the practice as a patient you will be asked to provide personal information such as Name, Date of Birth, Address and contact details including mobile telephone number and e mail address. We have a lawful basis to collect this data in order to provide you with optimum health care and in order to maintain your health records. These records may be written down or held on a computer.

The categories of data that we process are:

We will never pass your personal details to a third party unless we have a contract for them to process your data on our behalf. Anyone who receives information from us also has a legal obligation to keep your information confidential.

If we intend to refer an individual to another practitioner or to secondary care such as a hospital we will gain the individuals permission prior to the referral being made and personal data is shared. This permission is often verbal in a discussion with the healthcare professional

From time to time we may use your contact information to send you details of products and services offered in our practice that directly relate to your oral healthcare.

The lawful basis for processing special category data such as personal health records is:

How we use your personal information.

Your records are used to direct, manage and deliver the care you receive to ensure that:

The retention period for special data in patients’ records is a minimum of 10years and may be longer in complex records in order to meet our legal requirements. The retention period for other personal data is 2 years after it was last processed.

You have the following personal data rights:

Further details about these rights can be found on the Information Commissioners website.

Retention of Records

The retention period for special data in patients’ records is a minimum of 10years and may be longer in complex records in order to meet our legal requirements. The retention period for other personal data is 2 years after it was last processed.

Comments, Suggestions and Complaints

If you are unhappy in any way with the way that we are handling your personal or special data please contact the practice manager, Jenna Jones by telephone 01949831738, by email: or by writing to Jenna Jones, Cromwell Dental Practice, 51 Longacre, Bingham, Nottingham NG13 8AG.

If you are unhappy with our response or if you need any advice you should contact the Information Commissioners Office on 03031231113


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