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Aims and Objectives: To restore multiple fractured teeth in oral caity with composites in as restorative material and to show the role of composites in multiple fractured teeth. Material and Methodology: Materials utilized include P 60 & Z 100 of 3M, Universal tofflemeire matrix band and retainer parallel posts, glass ionomer lutting cements. Teflon coated instruments, rubberdam. Methodology: After analysis of all the teeth for fracture, impressions have been taken, teeth indicated for extraction are extracted teeth that are indicated for root canal treatment are opened and others temporarily sealed with GIC. Wax build up has been done and articulated on to a 3 point articulator and based on that, composite restorations are started. Parallel posts have been placed with luting cement in root canal treated teeth. After restoration of all the fractured teeth to their normal forms, final adjustments have been done according to the patients convenience. Conclusion: Dentists have witnessed substantial improvements in both materials and techniques in the present clinical scenario. The ideal way of restoration would be full metalceramic crowns for most of the teeth. But the condition of the patient and the economic factor has promoted to try this alternative way of restoring such teeth with posterior composites.