Gingival recessions and noncarious cervical lesions: a soft and hard tissue challenge.

@article{Toffenetti1998GingivalRA,
  title={Gingival recessions and noncarious cervical lesions: a soft and hard tissue challenge.},
  author={F. Toffenetti and Lorenzo Vanini and Serena Tammaro},
  journal={Journal of esthetic dentistry},
  year={1998},
  volume={10 4},
  pages={
          208-20
        }
}
Gingival recessions and noncarious cervical lesions are frequent and closely related defects which can be successfully treated by mucogingival surgery and restorative therapy techniques either used alone or in combination depending on the defect characteristics. Proper treatment planning is guided by careful clinical diagnosis. A selection of treatment modalities are presented and useful hints proposed: the long term success is always strictly bound to the identification and elimination of the… 
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