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if I have well understood your question, you have a small box of different material inside the detector and you want to acquire the dose, considering that material. If this is the case, you may simply create this small box as daughter of the detector, which is sensitive. In such a way, you have a water detector and, in the volume covered by the small box, a different material (the one you choose for the small box).
Thus, you can acquire the depth dose distribution, tacking into account the different materials traversed by the beam.
If you need further information or I partially answer to your question, please let me know.