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s: Background: Gingival recession is both unpleasant and unaesthetic. Gingival recession associated with dentinal hypersensitivity is one of the commonest issues addressed by the periodontist. The treatment of choice for such cases should address biological as well as patient chief complaint. Meeting the esthetic and functional demands of patients with multiple gingival recessions remains a major therapeutic challenge. Coronally advanced flaps for root coverage are the most commonly usedfatcat:67tnhqsly5bnzfsu6ix5mlnq7q