TCAF ALONG WITH T-PRF FOR THE COVERAGE OF MULTIPLE GINGIVAL RECESSION: A CASE REPORT

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Shivi Khattri (Reader)
Yashica Dhingra (Post Graduate)
Mayur Kaushik (Professor & Head)
Manisha Daruka (Post Graduate)
Manisha Rout (Post Graduate)

Keywords

Gingival recession, Multiple recessions, Tunnelling technique, Coronally advanced flap

Abstract

A beautiful smile can boost an individual's self-esteem and confidence. Your smile is often one of the first things people notice about you. Gingival recession, also known as receding gums, is a condition where the gum tissue pulls away from the tooth, exposing more of the tooth's root. In the context of smile aesthetics, gingival recession can have a significant impact on the overall appearance of the smile. The aim of this case report is to prevent the progression of gingival recession with the help of minimally invasive technique called Tunnelled coronally advanced flap procedure (TCAF). Patient reported with chief complaint of unesthetic appearance in lower front teeth region. Using TCAF, multiple gingival recessions (RT2) in lower front anterior region were successfully treated and satisfactory results were achieved within 6 months.

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