This article describes a case of compromised posterior vital teeth treated by indirect bonded ceramic restorations. A 24 year
old female patient presented to the department of Prosthodontics. He was complaining about sensitivity in the posterior region. A
comprehensive examination revealed failing amalgam restoration in the first molar with compromised cusps in the first molar. The
treatment plan included indirect bonded ceramic restorations consisting of inlay and on lay on the concerned teeth.