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Asset Finance for Dentists

On average a dental surgery will need to replace or upgrade equipment every 3 to 5 years. This can be as a result of recommendations made by the CQC or to offer new treatments or services to patients.

Technological advancements in dental treatment, along with rising patient expectations can put your practice under financial pressure to keep up. Our asset finance loans are an easy way to invest in the latest equipment without dipping into your cashflow reserves.
Summary

Our asset finance loans are available for sums of £5,000 and above. Our plans can cover the initial equipment purchase, installation and ongoing servicing or training that is required, leaving you with one single consolidated loan repayment.

We have helped a large number of dentists update and modernise their practices. Whatever your individual situation our dedicated healthcare mangers will be by your side every step of the way and do their utmost to ensure your new equipment is up and running in no time.

With no ties to any specific dental equipment manufacturers we can provide finance for a wide variety of items including equipment, consumables and even office or IT equipment.

Our intimate knowledge of the dental segment means that we are able to be more flexible than many lenders when considering your application. With terms of up to 5 years, our dental equipment loans can give you the means to achieve the practice of your dreams.

Complimentary solutions for dentists
In conjunction with the wider Wesleyan Group we are able to offer a full range of personal and commercial finance solutions for dentists:

What our customers say
Find out how we have helped dentists just like you:

  • Southcot Dental: Wesleyan Bank and Practice Plan enable Southcot Dental to build for the future
  • Dental Practice Expansion: Award-winning dental practice expands services with support from Wesleyan  

Financing growth

Financing growth

Competition in the UK dental sector is fierce due to the proliferation of practices within condensed geographical areas and patients’ rising expectations for unique service quality.

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