In the last two decades the use of immediate loading has become a routine procedure in implantology, with special emphasis on areas of aesthetic commitment. The healing and the loading times have been significantly reduced (1). Implant stability is one of the main factors of success in Oral implantology (2). Especially in immediate loading procedures where it is a key factor (3). The implant stability is influenced by the quantity and quality of the bone, the implant design, and surgical technique employed (4) – among other parameters.