Composite inlays are considered one step up from composite fillings. The difference is that they are made in the dental laboratory and not in the dental office. This results in a more precise and aesthetically pleasing filling. The tooth on which we put the composite inlay is first completely cleaned, the caries removed and then its impression is taken. The laboratory production of the inlay is based on this mold. When the inlay in being put into the tooth, all the healthy parts remain intact, making this one of the least invasive procedures.