Simple, straightforward financing for your practice’s future
Whether you’re a new dentist or have been practicing for years, you can count on Patterson Financial Services to help you meet all your practice needs. In business for more than 30 years, Patterson Financial Services supports approximately 25 percent of U.S. dentists.
Benefits of Patterson Financial Services
- No down payment requirements
- Contract lengths as short as six months, or as long as seven years
- No required collateral or cosigners
- No prepayment penalties
- Competitive fixed rates
- No hidden fees or points
- Level and three- and six-month skip repayment plans
- Convenient payment options
Get practice-changing technology without the headache of finding outside financing – Patterson Financial Services is easy to work with and more flexible than local banks. Plus, since it’s through Patterson, you also get access to our nationwide network of certified service technicians and industry-leading support with the Patterson Technology Center. Trust the Patterson difference and have confidence in your investment.
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Our industry-leading equipment and technology offers come with extensive and flexible financing. Document-free financing approvals generally come within an hour, and with no hidden fees, points or down payments.
To offer Project and Acquisition Financing, we work with Wells Fargo Practice Finance, a specialty lender for healthcare practices. The reason for this is simple: our clients’ best interests drive all that we do.
Earn double points on your Patterson purchases with the Patterson Business Edge™ Rewards Visa® Card. Points can be redeemed for a wide variety of options including airline travel, hotel, rental cars, dining, family fun, shopping and more.
Section 179 Tax Deductions
You can enjoy significant savings while you invest in equipment or technology thanks to the IRS Section 179 tax deduction. Section 179 allows you to deduct the full amount of new equipment or technology during the first year of ownership, up to $500,000 in qualifying expenses. The best part: There’s still time to act this year.