Treatment of gingival recessions affecting mandibular incisors is scarcely documented. Despite a shallow vestibule depth being considered a poor anatomical condition, it has never been measured nor deemed a clinical parameter affecting the outcome of root coverage procedures. This study describes a vertically and coronally advanced flap (V-CAF) + connective tissue graft (CTG) technique to obtain root coverage and increased vestibule depth in the treatment of gingival recessions affecting mandibular incisors. Twenty patients with single gingival recessions were treated. The results showed that V-CAF+CTG is effective in increasing residual vestibule depth and in reducing recession depth. Immediately after surgery, a vestibule-depth increase of 5.9 ± 1.2 mm was reported, which was statistically significant compared to baseline, and it remained stable after 12 months (4.8 ± 1.1 mm). The mean percentage of root coverage was 98.3% ± 5.2% for all treated recessions, and complete root coverage (CRC) was achieved in 90% of cases (18 of 20). V-CAF+CTG could be considered a successful technique in terms of vestibule depth increase and CRC for the treatment of single gingival recessions in the mandibular incisors.