Composite resin restoration on posterior teeth through the incremental technique is, generally, a time consuming procedure with risk of contamination between the layers. Therefore, It has been developed techniques to facilitate the work of dental professionals and achieve aesthetic and functional results such as the occlusal stamp technique. This technique makes the procedure faster by accurately copying the occlusal anatomy, allowing a little or no occlusal adjustment. The aim of the present study was to present a clinical case in which the stamp technique was performed and to describe the restorative treatment in a patient with hidden carie. It was observed that the stamp technique, when performed correctly, is a reliable and predictable method for the reconstruction of the occlusal anatomy.