An esthetic restoration supported by dental implant rehabilitation is a major challenge to restorative dentists. The ultimate goal of a dental implant is to restore missing or extracted teeth by placing implants in anatomically, esthetically, and long-term functional restorations. Alveolar ridge preservation and site enhancement following tooth extraction has a major impact on the hard and soft tissue volume. Extraction socket preservation is technique sensitive, not 100% successful, and at times unpredictable. Current techniques may delay surgical implant placement for a few months, and the quality of new bone regeneration is questionable. The aim of this report was to describe a minimally traumatic extraction socket preservation technique using different types of bone graft as a preserver prior to implant placement applied for 80 consecutive cases.