Bupa has launched a network of dental centres and partner dental centres across the UK.
The Bupa Dental Plus Network is expected to reach 200 practices across the UK by March, formed of both Bupa's own centres and partners.
Bupa has run dental centres since 1999 in major UK cities, and by the end of 2015 there will be 50 of Bupa's own dental centres, currently there are 35.
In February 2014 Bupa bought Barbican Dental Care and acquired its nine dental centres.
Currently Bupa insures over 130,000 employees through employer dental health plans.
Those covered by employer dental health plans will be offered a 20% on general dental treatment across the new network.
A survey of 1088 people by YouGov for Bupa found that 24% of those questioned would visit a dentist more often if the clinic was in a more convenient location and it was easier to get an appointment time which fits around work.
Patrick Watt, corporate director at Bupa, said: "We know how important it is for businesses to offer their employees access to high quality healthcare, including good value dental care, provided by dentists they can trust.
"That's why we've established our new dental network - to give employers confidence that the dental care that their employees receive is high quality and trusted by us."