PURPOSE: One of the main objectives of periodontal reconstructive surgery is the coverage of exposed roots that occur due to gingival recession. and Aestheic concerns are usually the reason to perform root coverage procedure. This case report was performed to evaluate the effect of root coverage using subepithelial connective tissue graft(SCTG) on Miller's Class I marginal tissue recession. MATERIALS AND METHODS: One patient, with two Miller's class I marginal tissue recession on both maxiallay canines, was treated with root coverage using SCTG (modified Nelson's technique). At baseline, the following measurements were recorded: 1) recession depth; 2) width of keratinized giniga. At 9, 10 months post-surgery, all clinical measurements were repeated. RESULT: 1) The mean root coverage from baseline to 9, 10 months post-surgery was 92.3%. 2) The mean recession depth decreased from 6.5 mm to 0.5 mm. 3) The mean width of keratinized gingiva increased from 1.25 mm to 3.5 mm. CONCLUSION: Within the above results, root coverage using SCTG is an effective procedure to cover Miller's class I marginal tissue recession defect. Also, patient with aesthetic concern could be satisfied with this result.