Conquest Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

Dr. Matthew J. Conquest practices a full scope of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery with expertise rang Conquest practices a full scope of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery with expertise ranging from facial trauma to wisdom tooth removal.

He has particular interest in dental implants, bone grafting/reconstruction, and corrective jaw surgery. Dr. Conquest is a Board Certified Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon and a Diplomate of the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. He is also an active Fellow of both the American College of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons and the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons,

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Careers at Conquest Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, LLC

We are looking for another outstanding oral surgery assistant to join our team. If you or someone you know may be interested please see the below link.

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06/20/2017

Now hiring! We are looking for an energetic dental/surgical assistant to join our growing team! Please contact us if interested.

09/15/2016

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04/21/2016

Advice from a surgeon on how to choose YOUR surgeon....

I have noticed the frequent request for surgeon recommendations on Facebook and thought I might briefly share my thoughts, as a surgeon, on the subject.

There are eight points that I feel you should consider when deciding on a surgeon. These points apply to any surgeon whether it's for oral, orthopedic, bariatric, vascular, or plastic surgery.

Expertise: Go to the surgeon who does your procedure all day, every day. If I need a knee replacement, I am not going to a general surgeon. I'm not even going to the orthopod that specializes in shoulders. I want the orthopedic surgeon that specializes in the treatment of knees. Ask about case numbers.

Experience: There is a line of thought that a surgeon is at their best both from a knowledge and experience standpoint between post-residency years 8-12. This does not mean that you should not see someone older or younger, but still a point to consider. Younger and they may not have "enough" experience, older and they may be losing their edge a bit. I have seen both ends of the spectrum in action, but I can also say that the best surgeon I've ever operated with was 45 years out of residency!

Certification: Board Certification is important. Ask your surgeon if they are board certified and be sure they are maintaining this certification. Part of board certification, and licensure for that matter, includes a requirement for continuing education and recertification.

Recommendations: If you trust your P*P or general dentist then place more weight on their surgeon recommendation. If you want more, ask them for a few references from their patients who have undergone a surgical procedure with this particular surgeon. Then ask family, friends, and your Moon Connect community for recommendations and personal experience with this potential surgeon. Finally, check for online reviews, but keep in mind that patients with a bad experience are more likely to share their experience online versus a patient with a good or uneventful experience.

Trust: So you have finally found a surgeon and you would like to schedule a consultation. Meet with this surgeon. Ask questions such as: Do I need this surgery? What are the alternatives, the risks, and the benefits? What would you do in my position? If I was your mother, brother, child, etc? What is your complication rate for this procedure? Get a feel for this surgeon and be sure that you are 100% comfortable with them performing your surgery. As a surgeon, I do not want to treat you if you are not 100% comfortable with me. Any doubts or concerns with me as a surgeon and I would prefer that you find someone with whom you are comfortable. Someone you trust. This goes both ways. If I feel that a patient does not have trust and confidence in me and my abilities, I will ask them to get another opinion or to seek care elsewhere. If I feel that a patient would be better cared for by another surgeon or specialist, then I will refer that patient out as opposed to providing less than excellent care.

Care: How does this surgeon treat you? Concerned? Caring? Empathetic? Do they take the time to explain things and to answer your questions? Be sure your concerns and questions are answered to your satisfaction! How about plans for after surgery care? Do they provide written instructions, appropriate prescriptions, and other items you may need like ice packs, gauze, etc.? Does this surgeon have 24-hour availability in case you have questions or concerns? Do they see you for follow up? How quickly can you be seen if needed?

Location: Is this surgeon close by? Is the hospital that they operate out of nearby? Is the office comfortable, clean, and safe? Easy to find and access? Can you get scheduled in a reasonable amount of time? Ask to see the office sterilization area, treatment rooms, and emergency equipment? Ask about staff training. Is the staff friendly, caring, and helpful?

Cost: Finally....Cost is always an issue as surgery is never cheap. Does this surgeon participate with your insurance? No insurance. Okay, how do their charges compare to other surgeons in the area? What is and is not included with this charge? Do they offer financing?

These are the eight points that I personally think should be addressed when choosing a surgeon. These are the same points that my wife Kate and I consider when choosing providers for ourselves and our children.

I hope this post was beneficial. Please feel free to call my office at 412-264-8440 if you should have any questions about this post or about choosing your own surgeon.

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Matthew J. Conquest, DMD

09/27/2015

Race for Wade 5k - We had a great time yesterday! Happy to help support this cause. Thank you for having us Wade! See you next year!

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Conquest Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

Our office tour photos are now available on our website at: www.conquestoralsurgery.com under the "Meet Us" tab. Take a look when you have a chance!

conquestoralsurgery.com Moon Township PA Oral Surgeon Dr. Conquest offers oral surgery services including dental implants. 412-264-8440

07/03/2015

We officially opened our doors 3 weeks ago! Construction is complete and patient care has begun. We have had nothing but great reviews from our patients. As professional as Mary, Wendy, and Ashley are in the clinic....they certainly also have a fun side.

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1187 Thorn Run Rd, Ste 110
Coraopolis, PA
15108

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Monday 7am - 4pm
Tuesday 7am - 4pm
Wednesday 7am - 4pm
Thursday 7am - 4pm
Friday 7am - 2pm

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