The aim of this clinical case series was to evaluate the clinical performance of the modified tunnel technique for treatment of multiple gingival recessions in the anterior mandible. A total of 20 patients with 63 Miller Class I and II defects were treated via a modified tunnel technique with subepithelial connective tissue graft. At baseline and 6 months postoperative, recession depth, probing pocket depth, width of keratinized tissue, and gingival tissue thickness were assessed. At 6 months, the results revealed a mean recession coverage of 93.87%. Complete recession coverage was achieved in 74.60%. The mean reduction of recession depth was 2.79 ± 0.12 mm. The modified tunnel technique showed successful mean root coverage in the delicate anterior mandible and was able to increase the amount of keratinized tissue.