Noncarious cervical lesions (NCCLs) are steadily increasing. Unfortunately, NCCL restorations represent one of the less durable types of restorations due to problems, including isolation and crevicular moisture control, especially in cases where the cervical margin is covered by soft tissue. This article presents a technique that allows us, through the use of a common metallic matrix, to isolate and make accessible class V cavities with intrasulcular cervical margins. The advantages and disadvantages of the technique are presented.

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