Managing teeth with hypoplasia stains or discoloration using composite resin materials is challenging. When appraising hypoplasia stains, the substrate color and thickness of the material must be considered. The non-Vita shading system has a reduced number of layers, primarily dentin and enamel, which is known as the natural layering concept. The incremental approach of this system allows the masking of substrates with color differences and the reproduction of the optical characteristics of chromaticity, translucency or opacity as well as the value (luminosity). The present study demonstrates and discusses the color sequence for the natural reproduction of tooth structures using an alternative composite resin system from the classical Vita scale.