Meet Dr. Rowland

Janet Rowland Family Dentistry is a full-service dental office in Owensboro, Kentucky that offers tooth whitening, cosmetic dentistry, dental implants, root canal therapy and treatment for gum disease.

Our Location

Janet Rowland Family Dentistry serves residents of Owensboro, KY, Daviess County and surrounding areas. We are conveniently located on Burlew Boulevard. Get directions to our office.

Make An Appointment

We are currently accepting new patients, emergency patients, and denture patients. We accept most forms of insurance and will be happy to research and file your dental benefits on your behalf. We are even open on Fridays! Use our easy online form to set up a time to visit us.

Finding Myself in Yoga

I’m a workout kind of girl. I LOVE working out, especially running, especially in the summer, especially when it’s hot and the sun is shining. You see I am efficient. As in, if I am running while it’s sunny, I’m also getting some sun on my legs. I hope my...

Inside Out Upside Down

I recently had the opportunity to attend a Women’s Conference here in Owensboro. The name of the conference was Joy Comes in the Morning and it’s led by my good friend, Dr. Laura Murphy. Now many of you have heard part of her story, and the meaning behind this...

5 BAD Habits That Can Damage Your Teeth

In an article published in The New York Times, experts offered five tips on which habits to prevent to protect the teeth. Experts advised Americans to refrain from chewing on unpopped popcorn kernels, ice and writing utensils like pens — which can chip tooth enamel...

38 Minutes

This January marks the anniversary of a 2018 event that changed lives. A message was sent to 1.4 million residents in Hawaii, warning that a ballistic missile was headed to Hawaii and that “This is not a drill.” Residents did not receive any further information for 38...

Celebrating Gum Health

  https://youtu.be/gWhF0WYG7P4 Gum disease is an infection of the tissues that surround and support your teeth. It is a major cause of tooth loss in adults. Because gum disease is usually painless, you may not know you have it. Also referred to as periodontal...