• About Us

  • Terrence L. Wenger, DDS, MS

    Dr. Terrence Wenger has made numerous contributions to the field of orthodontics since beginning practice in 1969. He is past president of the Cleveland Society of Orthodontics, the Alumni Association of Case Western Reserve University, and most recently the United Dental Tennis Association. He is a member of the Cleveland Society of OrthodonticsGreat Lakes Association of OrthodonticsAmerican Assocaition of OrthodonticsCleveland Dental SocietyOhio Dental AssociationAmerican Dental Association, and the International College of Dentists. In 1995 he was elected into the International College of Dentists reserved for doctors who demonstrate a commitment to their profession and their community. His honors include being named as the leading orthodontist in Northeastern Ohio in a survey voted on by dentists and dental Hygienists, published by the Northern Ohio Live Magazine in 2003.

    Dr. Wenger completed his undergraduate degree at Western Reserve University in 1962 where he earned the Willaman Award as the outstanding senior athlete. He played professional baseball for the Cleveland Indians for two years before entering Case Western University Dental School in 1963.

    During dental school he was class president all four years, graduating in 1967. He was elected into the Omicron Kappa Upsilon honorary fraternity, reserved for the top ten percent of each class. At graduation he earned the Callahan Award given to the doctor who demonstrated the best clinical and leadership skills.

    Dr. Wenger remained at CWRU to complete his post graduate residency and earned his Master's degree in 1969. His Master's thesis compared two different types of retainers and their stability of overbite correction.

    Dr. Wenger and his wife Judy have been married since 1963 and have three grown children and four grandsons. His hobbies include tennis, fly fishing, collecting sports memorabilia, gardening, and playing with his grandchildren. Dr. Wenger is an active member of the Chesterland Rotary and a member at St. Anselm Parish.