A Case Report on Combination of Vista with Connective Tissue Graft as A Predictable Surgical Approach in Management of Multiple Gingival Recession

Authors : Dr. Shivani; Dr. Madhu S. Ratre; Dr. Shaleen Khetarpal; Dr. Shreyansh Ahirwar

Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 7 - July

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.8232283

Gingival recession, a common occurrence across various populations, is characterized by the displacement of gingival tissues towards the root, leading to exposure of the root surface. This condition can raise concerns for patients due to root hypersensitivity, erosion, root caries, and aesthetic reasons. In recent times, novel techniques for surgically treating multiple adjacent recession type defects have been proposed. These techniques are primarily based on the coronally advanced flap approach, which involves a supra- or subperiosteal tunnel technique combined with a subepithelial connective tissue graft, graft substitutes or growth factors. The aim of the the present case reports is to outline a minimally invasive approach known as vestibular incision subperiosteal tunnel access along with connective tissue graft, which overcomes the drawbacks of other conventional tunneling techniques or classic root coverage procedures. Overall, this innovative technique offer promising solutions for addressing gingival recession and its associated concerns, providing potential benefits to patients seeking treatment for this condition.

Keywords : Coronally Advanced Flap, Gingival Recession, Root Coverage, Subepithelial Connective Tissue Graft, Vestibular Incisional Sub Periosteal Tunnel Access.


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