Bupa Dental Care has bought ten practices across England as part of its ongoing growth plans.
This takes the organisation’s number of acquisitions for the year to 23, with a total of more than 470 practices across the UK and Republic of Ireland.
The ten practices are Clock Tower Dental Care in Yorkshire, Malthouse Dental Centre in Buckinghamshire, Haymans Green Dental Practice in Liverpool, Arnica Dental Care in Cheltenham, Diamond House Dental Practice in Oxford, St Lawrence House Dental Practice in Winchester, Milnsbridge Dental Practice in Huddersfield, Grange Dene Dental Practice in Halifax, Iosis Dental Clinic in Winchester and The Raglan Suite in Harrogate.
Bangor Dental Care has also merged with a Bupa Dental Care practice in Springhill, Northern Ireland.
Dr Ellie Ledger, practice owner and principal dentist at Arnica Dental Care, said: ‘As a regional centre of excellence for treating dental phobic patients and delivering complex surgical procedures, it’s great to be joining an organisation that is as committed as we are to putting patients before profit and investing in its clinicians.’
Ruth Chesmore, mergers and acquisitions director for Bupa Dental Care, added: ‘With our continued commitment to growth, we’re really proud to welcome some extremely talented dental professionals and passionate practice staff to the Bupa family. We all share the same vision of helping people live longer, healthier and happier lives.’