Implant primary stability represents a pre-requisite for immediate and early loading protocols. Different parameters such as bone density, implant geometry and surgical technique play a major role in achieving an optimal implant primary stability. While a specific implant geometry can lead to very high stability in hard bone this same geometry can lead to very low stability in soft bone. On another hand, under drilling techniques and compressive forces transmitted to the peri-implant bone often induce biologic responses such as bone necrosis and/or resorption, leading to loss of stability during the first weeks of healing thus endangering immediate or early loading protocols. Recently an implant presenting a specific geometry and different thread diameters was introduced. Adapting thread diameter to bone density helped attain an optimal implant stability in any bone type. This enhanced and maintained stability along with a favorable bone response to the implant’s macro and micro geometry led to predictable accelerated loading protocols. In this workshop, scientific and clinical rationale will be presented in order to give the clinician an evidence-based approach, for immediate and early loading protocols. During the hands-on session participant will learn to adapt implant thread geometry to bone density and will be able to test ensuing primary stability by measuring insertion torque and ISQ values of this implant in different bone densities.