Dental implant is a medical operation used to restore the functions of damaged or missing teeth. Correct implantation requires the proper selection of size and shape among the implant structures. Osseointegrated implants as anchors for various prosthetic reconstructions have become a predictable treatment alternative. Current article, which is based on the study performed by Dr. I. Greshko, for more than 2 years period follow-up and includes total of 298 implantation procedures performed on 69 patients, may be considered as a valuable information source, due to it being differentiated. The study does not concentrate on a specific implants location or specific patients group or special circumstances, but on overall outcome of multi-implantation procedures. In other words it describes the general implantation procedures outcome in real-time mode. The overall success rate after exposure was: 99%. The study draws statistical conclusions as to the success rates of commonly used implant sizes in various anatomic areas. The results indicate that TAG implants conform to internationally accepted rates of success in the highest level.