Gingival recession possesses a concern for a patients and a therapeutic problem for clinicians. Recession is the common finding in most of the patients visiting dental clinics. Millers Class I and Class 2 recessions can be treated surgically with predictable results. Procedure with subepithelial connective tissue graft has given good and esthetically pleasing results. Various surgical procedures have been done by harvesting free gingival graft which has tire patch appearance which is esthetically unpleasant, so this review has highlighted the positive points on the use of subepithelial connective tissue graft technique for the root coverage procedures.