Treatment of cervical carious lesions presents significant problems to the restorative dentist, including difficulties with access and with the restorative materials themselves. Conventional approaches are not suitable for inaccessible or multisurface cervical lesions. Polymerization shrinkage associated with composite resins is also a problem. Although indirect composite resin inlay techniques address these shortcomings, they generally require two patient visits. An improved technique solves these problems by utilizing a copper basnd impression technique, a quick-setting stone die, extraoral curing of the composite resin inlay, and dentinal adhesive bonding technology in a one-visit restorative approach to the cervical carious lesion.