Nowadays, a dental implant is considered a good alternative to replace the missing teeth. However, there are several requirements needed for the implant placements and for a good resolution. Present studies demonstrate that the immediate implant placement posterior to the extraction of the tooth obtains better long-term results and also preserves the natural alveolar socket. This facilitates the placement and correct adjustment of the dental implant, only if the extraction is done atraumatically and without complications. Therefore, the present case reports a 73-year-old male patient with arterial hypertension and type II diabetes mellitus background, controlled by his medical doctor. An atraumatic tooth extraction of OD#46 was carried out on this patient, with immediate dental implant NORMON HI placement and insertion of xenograft bone BIO-GEN in order to ensure correct osseointegration. This procedure was done without complications and with correct position and parallelism.