Practice Finance Lending – BHG Financial

BHG Financial
Financial solutions designed for dentists

BHG Financial is a lender that specializes in creating custom financial solutions for dentists and other healthcare professionals. As a member of the AGD, you can access innovative financial services designed to help you achieve your professional goals easily. 

BHG Financial provides quick approvals, fast funding, and flexible terms that make repayment simple and stress-free. Further, specialists are available 7 days a week to provide you with a white-glove-type lending experience. 

Since 2001, BHG Financial has originated more than $10 billion in loans to clients across the country and is continuously recognized regionally and nationally as a Great Place to Work®

Partially owned by Pinnacle Bank (PNFP), BHG Financial is proud to support medical professionals and maintain partnerships with leading healthcare industry associations.
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Offer Information

Whether you’re looking to pay off debt, grow a practice, or take advantage of new opportunities—BHG Financial has you covered. 

Business Loans

  • Financing up to $250,0001  
  • Approval in as little as 24 hours
  • Funds in as few as 3 days1
  • Flexible repayment terms out to 12 years2
  • Won’t affect personal credit3
  • No personal collateral required 

SBA Loans

  • Financing up to $5M*
  • Repayment terms up to 25 years*
  • Loan won’t appear on personal credit
  • No balloon payments
  • Loans aren’t collateral dependent
  • Use funds for a variety of business purposes

1This is not a guaranteed offer of credit and is subject to credit approval. Loan sizes, funding times, interest rates, and loan terms vary and are determined by applicant's credit profile and lender criteria. California Residents: consumer and commercial loans made in California are made or arranged pursuant to the California Financing Law, License No. 603-G493. Visit for full program details.

212-year terms not available for all commercial customer credit profiles.

Monthly payments will not be reported to credit reporting agencies. However, accounts in collections with serious delinquencies may be reported.