A Polish dentists chain is to open its third practice in the Midlands with a new surgery in the Black Country.
Polmed Midlands, which already has premises in Birmingham, Rugby, Wellingborough and London, has signed a ten year lease on a building on Carters Green, West Bromwich.
The firm, which also has a gynaecological private practice, trades on its low price appeal.
James Mattin, managing partner of Black Country property agents Bond Wolfe, said: “ Polmed Midlands is expanding fast and I am sure they will feel at home in this part of West Bromwich.
“There is some work to be done on the premises, followed by fit out, so it looks like a few months yet before this new branch will be operational.
“The premises have been empty for a while since a training organisation moved out so it is particularly pleasing to be able to fill this void with a pro active tenant.”
Polmed Midlands employs dentists, orthodontists and gynaecologists, some of them also working in NHS hospitals.
A spokesman for Polmed said: “The charges for some of our services are so low they are comparable with the prices in practices and clinics abroad.
“We are excited about the prospects of launching in the Black Country and hope to be treating clients as soon as possible.”