The quality of maxillary bone is generally lower than that of mandibular bone; consequently, complete arch immediate implant-loading treatment is not as predictable in the maxillary as in the mandibular arch. The All-on-4 concept has proven to be an effective and successful treatment protocol. However, the survival rate of All-on-4 implants in the maxilla is lower than of those in the mandible. In this report, 2 anterior wide-diameter implants were used with the All-on-4 concept for a maxillary rehabilitation to provide biomechanical benefits with better primary stability while still achieving a functional and esthetic result. The clinical challenges of using wide-diameter implants in the anterior region are also discussed and should be considered during treatment planning.