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Description: The theory of non-carious cervical lesions (NCCLs) suggests that tooth
flexure arising from cyclic, eccentric occlusal forces causes their formation
and progression in vulnerable cervical regions of teeth. The etiology is still
controversial. Attrition, corrosion, abrasion and stress-corrosion might act alone
or in combination to initiate and perpetuate lesions. This review of the literature
provides the basis for the diagnosis that can be used in consideration of treatment