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Purchase Application Terms and Conditions for Gargle Marketing Services 

This signed Application or Agreement and the terms and conditions listed here (collectively called the “Agreement”) between, a Delaware Corporation (“Company”), and the customer identified on the Agreement signature page (“Customer”) and dated as of the date accepted by the Customer (the “Effective Date”) and lasting for the duration outlined in the Agreement (the “Term”):

The Agreement is based on any past, present and or future services provided by the Company to the Customer. Since the Services offered by the Company are unique and different from one another, the following terms and conditions apply as per the specific Services purchased and documented in the invoice provided by the Company. Other than the Common Terms & Conditions, additional conditions will apply based on the Customer’s purchase of the invoiced Services. The following terms and conditions are service-specific as per the Customer’s purchase of the services documented in the invoice.

Digital, Print, and Other Marketing Services. Company agrees to provide or broker the Services purchased by the Customer on, or listed on the signed Customer Agreement, which may be supplemented and amended from time to time during the term of the Agreement and the same is, as so supplemented and amended, made a part of the Agreement (the selected Services collectively referred to as the “Services”). When regular changes, updated Services, and other miscellaneous changes are added to the Agreement, the Company will add the changes to and will notify the Customer with a reminder in the monthly billing statement. By paying each invoice the Customer is acknowledging and confirming they agree with the latest terms and conditions. All Services and payment for Services are governed by the terms and conditions of the Agreement.


1.1 General Terms

The Gargle Membership provides the Customer access to all vendors and Services, along with their included or discounted pricing as outlined on, including any Services or products provided directly by or its subsidiaries. All vendors and pricing are subject to change without notice and are always accurate as outlined on 

1.1 Billing, Duration, and Termination

  1. Fees and Costs. The Customer agrees to pay the Company in advance each month for the Services in the amounts set forth on the Agreement Schedules during the term of the Agreement. Prices and terms are subject to change upon notification. Current pricing is updated on Utah State sales tax will be collected for residents of Utah, as well as any other applicable sales tax on a state by state basis.
  2. Billing Policy. All clients are billed on the day of their membership activation for their membership, and their products or Services. Billing will take place on the same day each month in one combined bill for all products and Services, when possible. This billing date is determined by the date that is the EARLIER of the Customer initial Gargle welcome call, or five business days after the Agreement is signed by the Customer. Affiliate partners may bill some Services on separate billing dates and/or invoices.

 The Company reserves the right to hold the monthly Services if payment is not made within five (5) days after the due date. If a payment delay is anticipated, please contact the Company to discuss potential problems in advance. If problems are anticipated, the Company may be able to accommodate an alternate arrangement.

  1. Duration. The term of the Agreement shall commence on the Effective Date and shall continue thereafter in perpetuity, unless and until terminated as provided hereunder.
  2. Termination. The Agreement may be terminated only in writing by Customer or Company with 30 days written notice. Termination will be effective 30 days after written notice is delivered as provided by the Agreement. Cancellation fees may apply to certain Services as provided in Schedules.
  3. Effect of Termination. The expiration or termination of the Agreement, for any reason, shall not release Customer from any obligation or liability to Company, including any payment obligation that has already accrued hereunder as of the date of notice of termination of the Agreement, and any outstanding payments due under the length of the annual or monthly Agreement. Following the termination of the Agreement, the Company will invoice the Customer for any outstanding amounts and expenses due and owing under the Agreement, and the Customer shall pay all such amounts and expenses to the Company upon receipt of such invoice.
  4. Late Payment Terms: Payment is due each month on the day outlined in our Agreement and is automatically billed.  Any returned payments will be re-billed and you will be asked to replace any expired or non-working payment methods within 5 days.  After 5 days if no payment can be taken then a 5% late fee will be applied for the month.

1.2 Authorization: The Customer is engaging the Company, as an independent contractor for the specific purpose of designing and setting up new accounts for the purchased Services. If need be, the Customer hereby authorizes the Company to access their pre-existing accounts allowing “write permission” and authorizes the Agent, Company, Associates and the Account Provider to provide the Company with permission for the Customer’s accounts, and any other login, access information or programs which need to be accessed. The Customer also authorizes the Company to use the login information to access any third-party accounts associated with the purchased Services or site from where the Customer would like the Company to access licensed images, copyrighted text and other technical information, configurations, audio, video, media and content useful in designing and developing the purchased Services.

1.3 Links: The Agreement is based on the fact that all links provided by the Customer have been verified and approved for use on the Customer’s Services. 

1.4 Graphics & Audio, Video Media: It is anticipated that the Company will create, capture, or receive from the Customer all graphics, audio, video media elements necessary to complete the Customer’s Services. This includes audio, video, images, photography, scanning Services, video, and photo shooting, editing, animation, and 3rd party stock photography, audio, video and any media element as listed below:

1.5 Photography, Audio, and Video Shooting: It is anticipated that the Customer will provide to the Company all photos of the office, employees, or other intellectual property of the dental practice that are necessary.

1.6 Text & Files: Text and any other file supplied by the Customer shall be provided in popular readable electronic format (i.e. Microsoft Word / .jpg / .gif / .png / .pdf). Submissions can be made as: an email attachment, a CD, a DVD, or an external USB drive. If the Company is requested to obtain files by other means, then appropriate charges will incur.

1.7 Notices. All notices under the Agreement shall be in writing. The preferred method of providing written notice shall be electronic mail (email) sent to, or phone call with your account Director.

1.8 Copyrights and Trademarks: The Customer represents to the Company and unconditionally guarantees that any elements of text, graphics, photos, designs, audios, videos, trademarks, or other artwork furnished to the Company via Email, Phone, Internet, On-Paper, in-meeting and otherwise, for inclusion in the Customer’s web site are owned by the Customer, or that the Customer has permission from the rightful owner to use each of these elements. 

1.9 Third Party Modifications: Some Customers may desire to independently edit or update their Services after completion of the design/development as a way to control costs and avoid further expense. The Customer agrees that once we complete the development for Customer’s Services and the Customer or an agent of the Customer other than the Company attempts to update Services that were previously rendered by the Company and damages the design or impairs the ability for the Services to display or function properly, then repairs done by the Company will be assessed at the hourly rate of $120. 

1.10 Additional Expenses: The Customer agrees to reimburse the Company for any critical Customer requested expenses necessary for the completion of the development. Examples would be the purchase of specific fonts, specific photography, audio, video, forms, specific software, using any non-standard third-party plugins, third-party online portals, submittal to specific search engines at the Customer’s request, or imbedded forms or other non-standard web integrations that incur an additional cost to the Company.

1.11 Abuse: The Customer agrees to work together, deal and behave with the Company in a professional manner. Any kind of repeated pattern of inappropriate language, false accusations, harassment, derogatory or threatening speech directed towards the Company, its officers, staff, and contractors will not be tolerated. The Company has the right to take strict action, along with possible legal steps, and to pause the process and any related Services right away offering no refund or guarantees to the Customer. The Company has zero-tolerance for Customers abusing our employees.

1.12 Limited Liability: The Customer agrees that any material submitted for publication will not contain anything leading to abusive or unethical use of the Company. Abusive and unethical materials and uses include, but are not limited to, pornography, obscenity, nudity, violations of privacy, computer viruses, harassment, any illegal activity, spamming, advocacy of illegal activity, and any infringement of privacy. The Customer hereby agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the Company from any claim resulting from the Customer’s publication of material or use of those materials. It is also understood that the Company will not publish information over the internet which may be used by another party to harm another. The Company will also not develop pornographic or illegal content for the Customer. The Company reserves the right to determine what is and what is not suitable.

1.13 Ownership: Copyright to the finished assembled work of Services produced by the Company and graphics shall be vested jointly with the Customer and the Company upon final payment for each month’s Services. This ownership is to include design, photos, graphics, research, analysis, dashboarding, website code and layout, work-up files, text, and any creative(s) specifically designed or purchased on behalf of the Customer for creation and management of the Customers marketing. The Customer agrees that the Company may use its creative output and research in a variety of ways to self-promote and to fulfill its mission.

1.14 Design Credit & Reviews: The Customer agrees that the Company may put a byline on the bottom of the Customers website, establishing design and development credit. The Customer also agrees that the web site, graphics, video, audio and any development created for the Customer will be included in the Company’s portfolio and the Customer will provide a text review, audio or video testimonial when requested by the Company. If any or none of these are acceptable, please inform the Company beforehand via email or in writing via registered mail.

1.15 Nondisclosure: The Company, its employees, and subcontractors agree that, except as directed by the Customer, it will not at any time during or after the term of the Agreement disclose any Confidential Information to any person whatsoever. Likewise, the Customer agrees that it will not convey to another party any confidential information obtained about the Company including strategies, vision, information mind maps, or training.

1.16 Entire Understanding: These terms thereto constitute the sole Agreement between the Company and the Customer regarding any Services provided by the Company for the Customer. It becomes effective immediately upon engagement of Services from the Company or buying any Services from the Company. It is the spirit of the Agreement that this will be a mutually beneficial arrangement for the Customer and the Company. Both parties warrant that they have read and understood the terms set forth in the Agreement. The Agreement is effective for all the Customers that the Company has rendered Services and where the Customer has purchased the Services, and for any Customer that has any Services with the design credit or byline in the footer mentioning “powered by” or “website designed by” etc. linked to the Company’s URL.

1.17 Revisions to the Terms of the Agreement:  The Company reserves the right to revise, amend, or modify the Terms of the Agreement and other Terms Of Use, Privacy Policies and Agreements at any time and in any manner. All revisions, amendments, or modifications will be posted solely on and the Customer agrees to check periodically to understand any changes. In addition, the Customer agrees that each month when they receive a new invoice, that paying said invoice will serve as an amended Agreement to any new terms and conditions that may have changed in the prior month.

1.18 Successors and Assigns: The Agreement shall be binding upon and shall be for the benefit of the parties hereto and their respective heirs, both personal and corporate, administrators and executors, as well as permitted successors and permitted assigns. Assignment of the Agreement by Customer shall require the prior written approval of the Company.

1.19 Governing Law – Jurisdiction and Venue: The Agreement shall be governed by the laws of the State of Utah, without effect of its conflict of laws provisions. The parties consent to the exclusive jurisdiction and venue of the state and federal courts sitting in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah for purposes of the Agreement.

1.20 Execution – Credit Card/ACH /Check Draft/Credit Authorization: Customer has read in its entirety and agrees to all of the Terms and Conditions of the Agreement. The undersigned hereby represents that he or she has authority to bind Customer to the Agreement, and hereby authorizes the Company to charge/draft the Amount Due (as set forth below) against Customer’s account at the Financial Institution indicated on the signature page.

1.21 Data Access: The Customer agrees to provide and facilitate access to the Customer’s Practice Management Software (PMS) data. This is accomplished through the installation of software on the Customers’ server/s. Gargle will use this information to provide the Customer with data and analysis about: the performance of Customer marketing campaigns, potential marketing opportunities, opportunities to maximize Customers’ patient spending, retention and acquisition, for Customers’ employee training, and for other purposes where Gargle sees opportunity to maximize the Customer relationship.

1.22 HIPAA Policy: Gargle is committed to the highest level of trust and commitment in maintaining our Customers’ patient Protected Health Information (PHI). Gargle adheres to the requirements of the HIPAA Privacy Rule and the HIPAA Security Rule. The Security Rule governs all information acquired, maintained, or transferred electronically. The Privacy Rule addresses the acquisition, storage, transfer and retention of Protected Health Information, in both paper and electronic formats.

Gargle complies with business associate obligations related to HIPAA/HITECH, allowing us to service our Customers with confidence and exceptional service. Gargle follows the policies and practices outlined in HIPAA addendum A below. This addendum includes such areas as training for Gargle staff, technical safeguards in Gargle systems, and physical security for the equipment and systems used to store, access, or acquire Protected Health Information.

1.23 Use of Assets

When you upload, submit, store, send or receive content to or through our website/Services, you give us (and those we work with) a worldwide license to use, host, store, reproduce, modify, create derivative works (such as those resulting from translations, adaptations or other changes we make so that your content works better with our Services), communicate, publish, publicly perform, publicly display and distribute such content. The rights you grant in this license are for the limited purpose of operating, promoting, and improving our Services, and to develop new ones. This license continues even if you stop using our marketing Services.

1.24 Liability for our Services

To the extent permitted by law, the total liability of us, and our suppliers, vendors, partners, associates, staff, officers and distributors, for any claims under these terms, including for any implied warranties, is limited to the amount you paid us to use the Services (or, if we choose, to supplying you the Services again).

In all cases, We, and our suppliers, vendors, partners, associates, staff, officers and distributors, will not be liable for any loss or damage that is not reasonably foreseeable.

1.25 Newsletter Subscription / Email Opt-in to List:  We use a double opt-in process to add interested website visitors to our email list. We follow this double opt-in process to confirm and then reconfirm by sending you a confirmation email to ensure that you are interested in receiving our newsletters and promotional emails. This is in alignment with the CAN-SPAM Act. All our newsletter and promotional email provide you with the option to unsubscribe. We should not be held liable for any damage arising in connection with the subscription service offered on this website. You will hold harmless, protect, and defend the Developer and its subcontractors from any claim or suit arising from the use of our subscription Services.


Website Design, Updates and Maintenance – Terms & Conditions for Customer’s purchasing Website related Services:

2.1 Domain Registration: At the Customer’s request, the Company may secure a domain name ( | .org, etc.) on behalf of the Customer. All charges incurred above $29 in doing so will be billed to the Customer as an additional fee. These are registration fees and are not a source of income for the Company. Should the Customer desire a specific domain name that is already owned by another party then an alternative domain name must be registered. If the Customer already has a domain name, the Company may coordinate redirecting the address to the new hosting server, or transfer their domain to Gargle to manage and direct to a dedicated hosting server.

2.2 Standard Hosting Services: In general, the Company hosts the website and domain on behalf of the Customer at no additional charge. The Customer will NOT receive access to the backend DNS site for security reasons, as the Company hosts Customer sites together on groups of servers.  We also offer the Customer the ability to order this DNS independently if the Customer so desires. If however, the Customer is not an advanced user of the Internet, the Customer is encouraged to use the Services of the Company to secure and maintain this account. 

2.3 Email Assistance: The Company does not offer email assistance to Customers who have their World Wide Web site residing on the Company’s server. 

2.4 Cross-Browser Compatibility: Our Agreement contemplates the creation of a website viewable by Microsoft Internet Explorer and Google Chrome. Compatibility is defined herein as all critical elements of each page being viewable in both browsers. The Customer is aware that some advanced requirements on the Internet may require a more recent browser version and website platform. The Customer is also aware that as new browser versions of Internet Explorer, Safari and Chrome are developed, the new browser versions may not be backward compatible.

2.5 Website Hosting Issues: The Customer agrees and understands that problems arising due to hosting, servers, domain providers or any technical reason or by the act-of-god is not the fault of the Company and therefore agrees to hold harmless the Company from any claim or lawsuits.

2.6 SEO Keywords & Pages: The Company does not provide any Warranty/Guarantee for Search Engine Ranking. Moreover, the Page rank depends on various different factors such as your website content relevancy, page popularity, authentic backlinks, domain age, blogging consistency, social media presence, and niche.  

Monthly Website Maintenance

Monthly Web Updates / Upgrades / Monthly Technical Maintenance / WordPress, Website Maintenance: For Customer’s purchasing Monthly Website Maintenance & Hosting,  and Monthly SEO Services:

2.7 Access: The Customer agrees to let the Company update and maintain their website on a monthly basis. The Customer understands agrees and authorize the Company to make changes to the programming, HTML, PHP, CSS, JQuery, coding, database, feeds, server settings, configurations, DNS, MX, SEO keywords, locations, XML, plugins, widgets, applications, podcast and security settings, backup, content and all the other technical and non-technical features necessary to improve the overall exposure and performance of the website.

2.8 Update Timelines: The Customer understands and agrees that Website Maintenance is performed on a periodic basis depending on the size of the website. The Customer agrees that to process such requests, the Company may take several business days to complete updates depending on the request queue.

2.9 Monthly Maintenance Risks: The Customer understands and agrees that web maintenance is done on WordPress, an open-source content management system, including third-party plugins, that is saved on a Gargle hosting server. Failure or success of such updates depends on a number of factors such as server response time, server bandwidth, internet connection, version compatibility with other plugins, widgets, etc; 

3 SEO 

3.1 SEO Definitions: SEO is also known as Search Engine Optimization or Organic SEO. We will work with all keywords and/or keyword phrases provided by Customers or found in our keyword research and make every effort possible to bring said keyword and/or keywords phrases to the top of major search engines like Google, Yahoo and/or Bing. However, the Customer must clearly understand that ‘organic SEO’ programs cannot guarantee ‘specific’ keywords and/or keyword phrases in specific search engines. 

3.2 Search Engine Registration: The Company will optimize the Customer’s World Wide Web site with appropriate titles, keywords, descriptions, and text and thereafter submit the sitemap for the Customer’s World Wide Web to free search engines and directories.

3.3 Search Engine Optimization: Each month, the Company will analyze current Google keyword performance, research best available keywords, and execute an optimization strategy that includes rewriting old page content for underperforming keywords, creating new web pages and writing new keyword page content, updating or writing titles, descriptions, tags, internal links, etc., on a best efforts basis.  The Company will also order backlinks regularly to assist in optimization of the website keywords.  The Company works on a few keywords each month.  The Company also creates notes and reporting for the benefit of the Clients each quarter.

3.4 SEO Risks: The Customer understands and agrees that Search Engines such as Google, Ask, Bing and Yahoo, etc. are third party websites that the Company has no control over and Company’s Services are only confined to optimizing the Customer website with the best possible legitimate methods and keywords. Reaching the first page for any keyword or string depends on the amount of competition in your niche, keyword saturation, search engine algorithms, domain age, server response time and many other technical factors. Our aim is a competitive ranking. The amount of competitive sites in the dental industry means that the only chance of increasing keyword ranking and website traffic is to execute a comprehensive, professional optimization campaign over time.

3.5 Google – Yahoo – Bing Local (maps): Positioning (ranking) cannot be guaranteed in Google Local (maps), Yahoo local (maps) or Bing Local (maps). Our keyword optimization is confined to the Customer’s website and keywords.


4.1 Agency Model: For Customers that purchase the agency package, the Company manages research, creative, measurement, analysis, and reporting for all paid advertising channels the Customer may use to find and retain quality patients.  The Customer is responsible for deciding all spending levels and timing for each channel that the Company will manage on their behalf.  The Company will also manage all legacy Gargle contracts with Customers to manage single advertising channels a la carte (like Google ad words).

4.2 Payment to Google AdWords, Facebook Advertising and Social Media Ads: For Customer’s purchasing Google AdWords and/or Facebook Advertising Services: Pay-Per-Click PPC is a paid advertisement service where the Customer pays directly to Google Inc. and Facebook Inc. for any clicks (pay-per-click) that the online web visitors may click using the Ad’s/Campaigns designed by the Company. 

The Customer agrees to pay in full the set daily / weekly /monthly/yearly budget for the Pay-Per-Click ad campaigns to Google Inc. and Facebook Inc. and accept to hold harmless, protect, and defend the Company and its subcontractors from any penalty or claim or suit arising from delay in Payments to Google Inc., Facebook Inc. The Customer accepts and understands that the Company does not pay on behalf of its Customers to Google or Facebook.

The Company is responsible only for setting up the Customer’s ad campaign account and managing it on a monthly basis (if the monthly service is purchased) but does not act as a payer for any Google or Facebook fees, penalty, bidding or budget. The Customer agrees to use their own credit card / alternate payment methods to pay Google and Facebook. If the Customer wishes to change or reduce budgets, replace a credit card, or cancel a spend, then the Customer needs to notify Gargle in writing in order for the change to be applied in the Google or Facebook login account.

4.3 Google AdWords, Facebook Advertising Campaign and Advertisement Design: The Customer agrees that the Company may work in and control Customer accounts for Google AdWords, Facebook, and other advertising forums requested. The Customer agrees to provide the Company with keywords related to targeted niche along with different demographics, geographic location and age groups. This will also include an idea, message, text or pictures furnished by the Customer to the Company. The Company will then create and deploy ads in accordance with the budgets and targets agreed to in advance.

4.4 Google AdWords, Facebook Advertising Campaign Success Rate: Even though the Company will make every effort to the best of knowledge and ability to setup Customers accounts, campaigns, budgeting, and ad designs in order to maximize results and success rate, failure of such (Paid Ads on Google AdWords) advertisements can occur. Google AdWords is a third party application that the Company will use to set up the Customer’s account and design campaigns but does not own or control the application (AdWords Algorithm or system application). Failure with Paid Ads can happen due to many reasons such as higher bidding by competitors, shortage of Customers funds, technical reasons, human error or by the act of god. In any case of failure, the Customer agrees and will hold harmless the Company.

4.5 Google Tools, AdWords and Facebook PPC Refund Policy: No refunds will be made on Google, Facebook or other approved ad spends based on performance.  

5 Social Content and Posting

5.1 Best Efforts: The Customer understands and agrees that Gargle content creators are using their best efforts and skills to create regular social media content on behalf of the Customer.  The Customer is encouraged to provide the Company with as much unique local content, practice content, and content ideas as possible.  The Company will then use their best judgment to create relevant and meaningful content for posting to the Customers social media platforms.

5.2 The Company is NOT a Healthcare Provider: Gargle social media content is made available with the understanding that the content and service providers are not engaged in rendering medical, health, psychological or any other kind of personal professional Services through these sites. The Customers’ patients should consult with a medical, health or other competent professional before taking any action or drawing any inferences based upon the information accessed or viewed through the content; any action taken by a patient in response to information obtained from a social media posting is at the patient’s discretion. Nothing read on any Gargle social media post should be relied upon to replace or overrule a licensed health care professional’s judgment or clinical diagnosis. 

5.3 Content Responsibility: The Customer has final responsibility for content submitted to social media sites and agrees to regularly review all postings created and posted by the Company. The Company will use best efforts to not post content that infringes any patent, trademark, copyright or other proprietary rights of any party. The Customer agrees that they will not ask the Company to post content that will violate any local, state, federal and international laws and regulations, including those related to copyright and other intellectual property rights. The Customer further agrees not to submit or post any information that (i) is disruptive, threatening, abusive, profane, harassing, embarrassing, defamatory, libelous, obscene, hateful or racially, ethnically or is otherwise objectionable, (ii) contains any product or service advertisements or endorsements, or (iii) can be construed as political lobbying. 

5.4 Usage License: The Customer grants to the Company the irrevocable, perpetual, transferable, non-exclusive, royalty-free worldwide joint license and right (i) to reproduce, publish, distribute and display content, (ii) to create derivative works from the content.

5.4 Errors: Neither the Company nor its content or service providers guarantee or warrant the social media content against errors, defects, delays, omissions, interruptions or losses, including losses of data.

6 Affiliate Partner Products

6.1 Partnership for Direct Mail

  1. The terms and conditions for all print products are available at  By signing the application and choosing to purchase any product you are agreeing to the terms and conditions listed on their website.
  1. The terms and conditions for all Nexhealth products are available at  By signing the application and choosing to purchase any Nexhealth product you are agreeing to the terms and conditions listed on their website.
  1. The terms and conditions for all Swell products are available at  By signing the application and choosing to purchase any Swell product you are agreeing to the terms and conditions listed on their website.

7 Privacy Policy

We have established this Privacy Policy to explain how it protects and manages the personal information that it collects from you (the customer) online.

7.1 Consent for Collection, Use, and Disclosure

Your use of this site and/or your purchase of products and Services on our Agreement constitute your consent to the terms of this Privacy Policy. If you do not agree to the terms of this Privacy Policy, please let us know immediately in writing.

7.2 Accountability

We collect, at the time of your purchase and throughout your onboarding and servicing process, certain “personal information” (information that personally identifies you) including but not limited to your name, email address, and information about IP address. We take responsibility for your personal information to ensure compliance with the principles in this Privacy Policy.

7.3 Purposes for Collecting Personal Information

We collect and use personal information for the following Identified Purposes:

We also use personal information in an aggregate form (i.e., not individually attributable to you) for business analysis, operational, marketing and other promotional purposes.

7.4 Limiting the Collection of Personal Information

We limit our collection of personal information to only that information which is necessary for the Identified Purposes. 

When you visit our website, a cookie may be placed on your computer or the cookie may be read if you have visited our web site previously. We use cookies to allow us to determine which products and Services you have already purchased/interested in, so that we do not provide redundant information to you, If you choose to not have your browser accept cookies from our web site, you may not be able to view all the text on the screens, or to experience a personalized visit, or to subscribe to certain service and product offerings on our website.

7.5 Disclosure, Processing, and Retention

We do not sell, rent or disclose your personal information to anyone else.

8 Gargle’s Business Associate Agreement

To view our BAA service agreement signed by the dental organization at the start of using Gargle’s Services, please CLICK HERE.



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