Welcome to Ancar's Blog.

In this section you will find from dental news to curiosities and other information that may be useful.

Ancar at IDS 2023!


This year is the 100th anniversary of the IDS exhibition and Ancar will be attending with their newest innovation: the S-line! Continue reading

Have you ever wondered what is behind the work of a dentist?

The work of a dentist in general depends on factors related to ergonomics, a science that seeks to organize work in such a way as to achieve maximum performance and comfort with a minimum of physical and psychological effort. Continue reading

Plastic is widely used in various day to day essentials but how often do we consider the longterm impact of plastic on the environment versus other sustainable alternatives? Aluminium is a great metal that is light and malleable but also very strong. Because of these properties, aluminium can be used to make a variety of things, from planes and cars to skyscrapers to food packaging.

Today we are going to talk to you about aluminium and why it is a more sustainable alternative to plastic. Continue reading

Today is Saint John’s Eve, La Revetlla de Sant Joan or the Nit del Foc (night of fire) as the Catalans call it. It is one of the most important traditional celebrations in Catalonia. A magical night, where bonfires and fireworks are the real protagonists and everyone should experience this night at least once in life. Continue reading

A touchless and clean dental practice guide



Motion-Sensor Activations, No-Touch, Touch-Free, Touchless all refers to devices and apparatus that activates automatically once it detects motion/movements within the activation zones. The use and adaptation of touchless devices had gradually made its way into smaller offices as well as residential dwellings. The current pandemic has brought touchless devices to the forefront as a major strategy to fight the spread of the highly contagious COVID-19 virus. Continue reading


In 90% of the occasions we blame food, but there are studies that confirm that, more times than we imagine, everything begins in our mouth.  There is a close relationship between oral health and our general health.  The mouth reflects signs and symptoms of health and disease, even some diseases that affect the body can have their first manifestation in the oral cavity. In addition, in the mouth we can see some lesions that can alert us to vitamin deficiencies, mineral deficiencies or nutrient deficiencies.  Continue reading

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