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Figure 2: Diagrammatic representation of “United Pedicle Flap” technique: (a) site with multiple gingival recession with broad internal gingiva tissues, inadequate attached gingiva, and shallow vestibule; (b) initial incisions; (c) flap reflection; (d) rotation and approximation of individual of pedicle by interrupted sutures to form a single unit; (e) lateral and coronal placement of “United Pedicle Flap” on the de-epithelized tissue by interrupted sutures; (f) continues sling sutures for stabilization of the coronally positioned on the de-epithelized interdental papilla

Figure 2: Diagrammatic representation of “United Pedicle Flap” technique: (a) site with multiple gingival recession with broad internal gingiva tissues, inadequate attached gingiva, and shallow vestibule; (b) initial incisions; (c) flap reflection; (d) rotation and approximation of individual of pedicle by interrupted sutures to form a single unit; (e) lateral and coronal placement of “United Pedicle Flap” on the de-epithelized tissue by interrupted sutures; (f) continues sling sutures for stabilization of the coronally positioned on the de-epithelized interdental papilla