Cavity Treatment- PHC Dental Care of Miami Florida

Premium Healthcare Dental Center in Miami offers cavity treatments that work for you.

Cavities, or tooth decay, are a common dental problem.  The best treatment for cavities depends on the severity of the decay and can range from preventive measures to restorative procedures. Here are some commonly used treatments for cavities at Miami’s Premium Healthcare Dental Center:

  • Dental Fillings: The decayed portion of the tooth is removed, and the cavity is filled with materials such as composite resin, porcelain, or amalgam.
  • Dental Crowns: A crown is a cap that covers the entire tooth, restoring its shape, strength, and functionality.
  • Root Canal Therapy:  This procedure involves removing the infected pulp, cleaning the root canals, and sealing them to prevent further infection.
  • Dental Bonding:  A tooth-colored resin is applied to the affected area and then hardened with a special light, restoring the tooth’s appearance and function.
  • Fluoride Treatment:  Fluoride is applied to the tooth enamel, strengthening it and promoting re-mineralization.
  • Sealants:  Thin coatings applied to the chewing surfaces of molars and premolars to protect them from decay. They create a barrier that prevents bacteria and food particles from accumulating in the deep grooves of the teeth.
  • Improved Oral Hygiene: Practicing good oral hygiene is crucial in preventing and managing cavities. Brushing twice a day with fluoride toothpaste, flossing daily, and using mouthwash can help remove plaque and reduce the risk of cavities.

Premium Healthcare Dental Center promotes prevention treatment as the better treatment when it comes to cavities. Regular dental check-ups, professional cleanings, and maintaining a healthy diet low in sugary foods and drinks can go a long way in preventing cavities and maintaining optimal oral health. 

Call and consult with one of our dental professionals to determine the best treatment approach based on your individual needs.


A cavity is a small hole or decay in the tooth caused by the buildup of plaque and bacteria. It can lead to tooth pain, sensitivity, and further damage if left untreated.

Cavities form when plaque, a sticky film of bacteria, accumulates on the teeth. The bacteria produce acids that erode the tooth enamel over time, leading to the development of cavities.

Common symptoms of a cavity include toothache, tooth sensitivity to hot or cold foods, visible holes or pits on the tooth surface, and staining or discoloration.

Cavities are typically treated by removing the decayed portion of the tooth and filling the area with a dental filling material, such as composite resin or amalgam. In more severe cases, a dental crown may be necessary.

Yes, cavities can be prevented through good oral hygiene practices. This includes brushing your teeth twice a day with fluoride toothpaste, flossing daily, maintaining a balanced diet, and visiting your dentist regularly for check-ups and cleanings.

The process of getting a dental filling is generally not painful. Your dentist will numb the area with local anesthesia to ensure your comfort during the procedure.

Client Testimonials

"I had struggled with cavities for years, and getting treatment at PHC Dental Care was a life-changing decision. The team was skilled, caring, and made me feel comfortable throughout the process. Now, I have a beautiful smile and the confidence to enjoy my favorite foods again."
Randall B.
"Choosing PHC Dental Care to fix my cavities was the best decision I made. The expertise of the dental team was evident from the first consultation to the final restoration. I am amazed at how natural and comfortable my new smile feels. Thank you for giving me a reason to smile brightly again!"
Claudia C.
"I couldn't smile for years and was tired of people judging me when they saw my teeth. The cavity treatment at PHC Dental Care changed my life. The results are incredible, and I feel like I have my teeth back. The entire experience was seamless, and the care I received was exceptional."
Ali W.

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