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Our YouTube channel receives the gold medal at the Digital Health Awards

Last November our YouTube channel was awarded with the gold medal in the “Social Media” category of the Digital Health Awards. In its 21st edition, this biennial award has recognized the work of our 3D dentistry channel as “a high-quality digital resource for consumers and health professionals”.



These digital awards are convened by the Health Information Resource Center (HIRC), an organization whose headquarters are in the city of Liberyville, in the state of Illinois (United States). The HIRC is an information exchange center for professionals working in the fields of consumer health.



The veracity of the information, the interest for the patient, the number of visits... are some of the more than 20 criteria that the judges of the Digital Health Awards have valued to recognize our YouTube channel with this golden award. With the silver YouTube button and the excellent numbers of the channel, this is another push to continue growing a project whose goal is to bring dentistry to patients around the world.

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