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Figure 1: The stamp technique for Class II cavity of tooth 15: (a) A bite-wing X-ray view shows the extension of mesial caries on tooth 15, (b) isolation by rubber dam, (c) applying separation agent on the occlusal surface, (d) flowable composite with a microbrush, (e-g) the composite stamps, (h) cavity preparation, (i-k) the cavity was filled incrementally to level 1 mm below the occlusal surface, (l) the placement of Teflon tape and the occlusal stamp, (m) directly after removing the stamp and Teflon tape, (n) reinsert the matrix strip, (o) after polymerization of the composite, (p) final finishing

Figure 1: The stamp technique for Class II cavity of tooth 15: (a) A bite-wing X-ray view shows the extension of mesial caries on tooth 15, (b) isolation by rubber dam, (c) applying separation agent on the occlusal surface, (d) flowable composite with a microbrush, (e-g) the composite stamps, (h) cavity preparation, (i-k) the cavity was filled incrementally to level 1 mm below the occlusal surface, (l) the placement of Teflon tape and the occlusal stamp, (m) directly after removing the stamp and Teflon tape, (n) reinsert the matrix strip, (o) after polymerization of the composite, (p) final finishing