Privacy policy


This Privacy & Cookie Policy aims to inform users of the website owned by UAB Ortho Baltic (hereinafter `Data Controller` or `Company`) what personal data is collected on this website, how it is processed and how its security is ensured.

By browsing our website or using our services, you, as a visitor of this website, agree to the provisions of this Privacy & Cookie Policy and confirm that you have read and understood them.

Data Controller is UAB Ortho Baltic, legal entity code 110866664, VAT code: LT108666610, registered office address: Taikos Ave. 131A, LT-51124 Kaunas, Lithuania, tel.: +370 37 473970, e-mail:

The notions used in this Privacy & Cookie Policy are understood as they are defined in the General Data Protection Regulation of the European Union 2016/679.



When processing personal data, we follow the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679, the Law on Legal Protection of Personal Data of the Republic of Lithuania, other related legal acts, and the instructions of the controlling authorities.


Scope of personal data processing

We always process the personal data of our website visitors only to the extent necessary to ensure the proper functionality, content, and service of this website. In principle, the personal data of visitors is processed only with their consent. Exceptions are cases when, for practical reasons, it is not possible to get a prior consent and personal data processing is permitted in accordance with the law.


Legal basis for the processing of personal data

The legal basis for personal data processing by using necessary (technical) cookies is based on Article 6, point 1/f of the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.

The legal basis for personal data processing by using analytics (statistic) cookies with the consent of a user is based on Article 6, point 1/a of the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.



Cookies are small text files (up to a few KB) that are placed by your web browser on your computer, tablet, or another smart device when you visit our website. Cookies allow our system automatically collect and save such data as:

– Internet Protocol (IP) address; cookie identifier and etc.;

– duration of a browser session, a number of visited pages;

– what kind of information is looked for at our website.


The purposes of using cookies

Our purposes are:

– to ensure security of our website. We use cookies to support the security functions, detect and clarify cases of misconduct;

– to improve the functionality of our website. By analysing the use of the cookies (also in case you visit us from other websites or devices) we can improve the functionality of the website;

– to analyse visitors` experience that to make our website more user-friendly, interactive, and running smoother;

– to measure the flow of data sent to our website. We use cookies to collect statistics on the number of visitors or how they use our service.


Types of cookies we use

When you visit our website, persistent cookies may be created. After you log out, they are not deleted but remain on your device and will be activated on each your next visit.

Temporary or session cookies are created when you just open the website. Once you close it, all session cookies are deleted.


Consent for using the cookies

By clicking on the \”I AGREE\” button in the notification line at the top of the website, you grant a permission to the website owner to place cookies on your device (a computer, a tablet, a smartphone, etc.).

Main cookies used on our website according to their type, collected data, and validity period are these:

⦁ Necessary (technical) cookies. They are essential to navigate around the website and use its features, such as to remember the information entered in the forms during the session, access the secured places in the pages. Without these cookies, our site would not run as smoothly as it should.

⦁ Analytics (statistic) cookies. They show us whether a visitor has already visited our website before. These anonymous cookies help us track the number of users and the frequency of their visits, as well as improve the performance of the website.

A list of the cookies is provided in the table below:


Removing or blocking the cookies 

Most web browsers are set up to accept cookies automatically. In some cases, by changing browsers settings (in Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox or Chrome) users can control cookies and choose to use them or not.

If you do not want cookies to be saved on your computer, you can set up your browser that:

⦁ to get a notification before any cookie is saved on your device

⦁ to reject all or some cookies being placed at all

⦁ to remove the ones that have already been saved.


Setting configuration is different for each browser. More info:

Google Chrome:

Mozilla Firefox:





More information on how to remove cookies and other useful information related to using them you could find here:



Your personal data is handled responsibly and securely. We choose and implement appropriate technical and organizational measures in order to protect your personal data from accidental or unlawful destruction, damage, alteration, loss, disclosure, as well as from any other unlawful processing.

UAB Ortho Baltic employees are committed in writing to observe the principle of confidentiality and not to disclose to third parties any personal data that are available to them during the performance of their working functions unless such information is public in accordance with applicable laws or other legal acts. The obligation to keep the confidentiality applies after changing a working position or a termination of employment also.



By visiting our website, you confirm that you have read our Privacy & Cookie Policy and give us the right to collect, store, systematize, use and process your personal data collected on this website for the purposes set out in this Policy.

You have a right to ask information about your personal data collected, for what purposes, and to whom it is transferred by submitting a written request to UAB Ortho Baltic (by post, e-mail: or upon arrival to our company). We respond to such requests in accordance with the applicable laws and regulations and answer in writing to the postal or e-mail address given by you soon as possible, but no later than in 30 days from the date of receiving such request.

Providing the information on what your personal data has been collected, the sources of it, the purposes of its processing and the recipients to whom the data has been transferred during the last one year is free of charge once per calendar year.

If upon a request, we have any suspicions about the identity of the applicant, we have a right to ask an identity document of the applicant or its copy.

Upon receiving of your written request (by post, e-mail: or upon arrival at our company), all your personal data collected and processed with help of the cookies will be deleted no later than in 30 days (except the cases when the storage and processing of this data are necessary for the legitimate interests of the Data Controller).

If you do not agree with placing cookies on your computer or another device, you can revoke your consent to use them at any time by changing your settings and removing already saved cookies. Only keep in mind that when the cookies are deleted, all your settings will be removed as well.

If you have any questions regarding our Privacy & Cookie Policy, please contact us by e-mail:



Privacy & Cookie Policy is periodically reviewed and updated if necessary.

The latest version of the Privacy & Cookie Policy is published on the website of UAB Ortho Baltic.


Valid version: Privacy & Cookie Policy_v1

Approved: 01/06/2022