In dental implant surgery, bone grafts are used for the reconstruction and reestablishment of alveolar bone volume and to improve bone architecture for better positioning of an implant. The present report describes the use of the bone ring technique for vertical and horizontal bone augmentation with simultaneous implant placement. This is a simple technique for acquiring donor bone in a ring shape and performing 3D reconstruction of bone defects, with an increase in the alveolar crest, using autogenous bone in a surgical procedure together with implant placement. Block bone grafts taken from the mentum can be used for predictable bone augmentation of up to 6 mm in the horizontal and vertical dimensions. The thickness of the bone ring collected from the mentum is very important. It cannot be too thin due to the risk of fracture, nor can it be too thick, as its contour could become deformed when placed in the receptor site. For stabilization and synthesis, a horizontal mattress suture is performed at the receptor site without promoting tension, and simple sutures are used for the complete co-optation of the flap and consequent stabilization of the clot. In the present type of bone defect, singlestage implant placement may be useful to shorten the overall treatment period.