Ashley McDowell McKinney, D.M.D.

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Dr. Ashley graduated from Temple University’s School of Dentistry, Magna Cum Laude in 2011. With a desire to stay up to date and on the cutting edge of dental procedures, Dr. Ashley chose to study at the renowned Las Vegas Institute of Advanced Dental Studies (LVI). Dr. Ashley has taken numerous courses in areas including Aesthetics/Cosmetic Dentistry, Neuromuscular Dentistry, TMJ/TMD and Sleep Apnea. The skills acquired in state of the art Cosmetic and Neuromuscular Dentistry at LVI allow Dr. Ashley to relieve her patients of pain and give them a beautiful smile. The advanced training she received in treating patients with sleep apnea allows her to offer patients an alternative to the CPAP machine. Dr. Ashley is certified in Invisalign and has recently incorporated Botox and Dermal Filler treatments into her cosmetic practice. Dr. Ashley is committed to provide her patients with highest quality dental care and believes that continuing her education to advance the horizon of oral health is essential.

Dr. Ashley resides in Meadowbrook with her husband Billy and their two sons, Maverick and Gunnar. She is proud to work at McDowell Dental Group with her Father, Dr. Gary McDowell, and brother, Dr. Garrett McDowell. Dr. Ashley’s late grandfather, Dr. James McDowell, started McDowell Dental Group.

Dr. Ashley welcomes new patients.


  • ADA – American Dental Association
  • PDA – Pennsylvania Dental Association
  • AGD – Academy of General Dentistry
  • MBDS – Montgomery Bucks Dental Society
  • IACA – International Association of Comprehensive Aesthetics
  • AADSM – American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine
  • AAFE – American Academy of Facial Esthetics

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