The absence of the soft-tissue graft harvesting reduces the time of surgery and makes the postoperative less painful for the patient. In such a situation, two treatment plans can be offered to the patient. Option number one is the use of a subepithelial connective tissue graft. This technique is well documented in the literature, has long term results and is considered the gold standard. Alternatively, it is suggested to use volumetric-stable collagen matrix, because it allows you to reduce pain after surgery, reduce the duration of manipulations, and the amount of material is unlimited. In this article we present two graftless clinical case with Geistlich Fibro-Gide® as a collagen matrix. © 2021, Journal of International Dental and Medical Research. All Rights Reserved.