Various methods have been suggested to cover a denuded root. However, this is especially difficult in the lower molar area when root recession has the additional complication of an inadequate zone of attached gingiva in association with frenal attachment. This case report indicates that a lower molar with Miller Class III gingival recession associated with frenal attachment can be successfully treated by a two-step procedure with an autogenous masticatory mucosal graft and a connective tissue graft.
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