DENTAL AND MEDICAL PROBLEMS, vol.59, no.1, pp.121-130, 2022 (Journal Indexed in ESCI)
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DENTAL AND MEDICAL PROBLEMS
gingival recession, connective tissue, treatment outcomes, esthetics, patient-reported outcomes, CONNECTIVE-TISSUE GRAFT, CORONALLY POSITIONED FLAP, ROOT COVERAGE, DENTIN HYPERSENSITIVITY, SEMILUNAR, EFFICACY, REGENERATION
Background. Gingival recession (GR) is highly prevalent in the general population and represents a significant concern for patients and clinicians. Various surgical techniques have been proposed to treat gingival recession. Well-designed trials with clinician-and patient-based parameters, evaluating the envelope connective tissue graft (E-CTG) and semilunar coronally advanced flap (SCAF) techniques are still needed.