Dr. Wehrle graduated from Baylor College of Dentistry in 1989. He immediately took a GPR at Worcester City Hospital and the University of Massachusetts Hospital. This began his constant pursuit of dental excellence through continuing education and resulted in him becoming a fellow in the Academy of General Dentistry while completing over 500 hours of continuing education in both orthodontics and implants. Not only is Dr. Wehrle a member of the American Dental Association, American Orthodontic Society and Academy of General Dentistry, but he is also an Associate Fellow of the American Association of Implant Dentistry.
Dr. Wehrle also believes that you must actually give back to and serve your fellow man. To this effect, he was a founding member of the BAM (Business as Mission) Center which houses the WIIC.
The BAM Center serves the underprivileged of Puebla, Mexico through a water ministry, puppet evangelism ministry, micro-lending to business start-ups, orphanages and various construction projects. He also is the chairman of the Northeast Tarrant County Dental Clinic which serves underprivileged children in the Mid-Cities area between Dallas and Ft. Worth.