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 Bringing ADA Compliance
to the Dental Industry.

We take pride in delivering ADA Website Accessibility Compliance

to the dental community, one website at a time.

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Is your website ADA Compliant?
You could be breaking federal law.

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is one of America’s most comprehensive pieces of civil rights legislation. Most people are familiar with the physical accommodations businesses make, such as automatic door openers and wheelchair ramps. But the ADA applies to the virtual world as well.

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Your Dental Website is required by Federal Law to be ADA Compliant With A Penalty Ranging From $50,000 - $75,000.

Not only should your site be accessible to all on a laptop or desktop but also on tablets and mobile phones. Failing ADA compliance creates poor and awkward experiences for people with physical disabilities.

Mention ADA compliance to many web developers and you may encounter a blank stare. At Dental ADA we specialize in assisting the Dental Industry become ADA Compliant using the standards set forth as of 2017.

  • Ramps and Parking Spaces, Brail ATM's. Well ...

    The World Wide Web Is No Exception

    If you think the Americans with Disabilities Act is limited to ramps and parking spaces, think again. The majority of anyone's day to day ends up involving Google, Amazon, and maybe your website. With that said online is just as critical to be compliant as your brick and motor practice.

  • If your company has an inaccessible website and a physical location

    You are eventually going to face a Title III ADA website case.

    But here is the real reason... First, consider how common ADA claims have been for physical barriers. Those required a “tester” to physically go to the location and record violations. What’s different here is that these testers simply use free software to test for website ADA compliance. They can generate demand letters or suits from a computer anywhere (even India) - in volume - and at little cost. Plus, there is no secret sauce or intellectual property rights to this business model. So the barrier of entry for copy-cat plaintiff firms is nil. And if it’s true that lawyers love money, this is a printing press.

Your Website Content, Images, & Videos Are Not Compliant

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is one of America’s most comprehensive pieces of civil rights legislation. Most people are familiar with the physical accommodations businesses make, such as automatic door openers and wheelchair ramps. But the ADA applies to the virtual world as well. See the magazine latest 2017 issue of ADA Website Compliance and the Department of Justice (DOJ) 5 Steps To Make Sure Your Dental Website Is ADA Compliant.

State and local governments will often post documents on their websites using Portable Document Format (PDF). But PDF documents, or those in other image based formats, are often not accessible to blind people who use screen readers and people with low vision who use text enlargement programs or different color and font settings to read computer displays.of our clients use our Data Analysis service to inform their strategic decision. 

Due to increasing bandwidth and connection speeds, videos and other multimedia are becoming more common on the websites of state and local governments. Today, some government entities use their websites to post training videos for their employees, feature automated slide shows of recent public events, and offer video tours of local attractions.


These and other types of multimedia can present two distinct problems for people with different disabilities. People who are deaf or hard of hearing can generally see the information presented on webpages. But a deaf person or someone who is hard of hearing may not be able to hear the audio track of a video. On the other hand, persons who are blind or have low vision are frequently unable to see the video images but can hear the audio track.

Webpage designers often have aesthetic preferences and may want everyone to see their webpages in exactly the same color, size and layout. But because of their disability, many people with low vision do not see webpages the same as other people. Some see only small portions of a computer display at one time. Others cannot see text or images that are too small. Still others can only see website content if it appears in specific colors. For these reasons, many people with low vision use specific color and font settings when they access the Internet – settings that are often very different from those most people use. For example, many people with low vision need to use high contrast settings, such as bold white or yellow letters on a black background. Others need just the opposite – bold black text on a white or yellow background. And, many must use softer, more subtle color combinations.

Users need to be able to manipulate color and font settings in their web browsers and operating systems in order to make pages readable. Some webpages, however, are designed so that changing the color and font settings is impossible.

In the past several months, many Dentists have become targets of demand letters and threatened lawsuits arising under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). In other words, the buzzards are circling!

The good news is you can fix this and make sure your website is compliant. Recieve a free Dental Ada Website Compliance Report. We can audit your site and send you a report for your current status and the roadmap to fix it. Request it today by emailing us or by calling.

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1. We take pride in delivering Intelligent and clear to understand Dental ADA Website Compliance Reports as well as a Roadmap in remaining compliant. Email: 

2. Hire us to help your practice uphold the law and seperate yourself from the litigation circling our community. The president of our board is a licensed Dentist himself and feels obligated to make sure his fellow Dentists stay out of the crosshairs.

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