Dr. Rowe became involved in the ROTC in college, serving as the cadet director of training for the ROTC program during his final year in the program. After dental school, Rowe returned to the U.S. Army, performing dentistry on soldiers who were deploying to the Middle East. From 1990 until 2006, Dr. Rowe served in the U.S. Army in many exciting places, including Fort Knox, Fort Sam Houston and Fort Bliss, along with Germany and Italy. He retired in Fort Stewart.
After his tour in the U.S. Army, he returned to Meharry Medical College to receive his degree in Graduate Residency Practice (Hospital Dentistry). Dr. Rowe has practiced dentistry in Tennessee, South Carolina, Texas, South Dakota and Arkansas.
Rowe’s practice, Black Warrior Dental Center, opened its doors in November of 2013. It is a modern, state-of-the-art practice, offering Tuscaloosa area patients a full-range of general and cosmetic dental services – from routine check-ups to complete smile makeovers. Dr. Rowe practices conservative, proactive dentistry, utilizing the latest in dental technology.
Dr. Rowe performs many services which include: placement and restoring dental implants, oral surgery, crown and bridge, dentures, partials, and treatment of children. Dr. Rowe is a member of Academy of General Dentistry, Texas Dental Society, Arkansas Dental Association, National Dental Association, and American Dental Association.
Dr. Rowe is the only son of Bettye A. Cleveland and Arthur J. Rowe. His daughter, Nychele Rowe, is following in her father’s footsteps, attending Alabama A&M.