This study evaluated bone behavior during dynamic osseointegration. A total of 12 implants were placed in sheep tibia and analyzed at 15, 30, 60, and 90 days. Quantitative and qualitative bone behaviors were evaluated with histologic, histomorphometric, Alizarin Red S, and SEM-EDX (scanning electron microscopy with energy-dispersive x-ray spectroscopy) analysis. Twenty microanalyses were performed in chambers 1, 3, and 5 (a chamber is the distinctive space/bone volume between two coils of the implant screw) in distinctive zones: the titanium-bone interface (zone A), the middle chamber-bone front (zone B), the bone-surgical threading interface (zone C), and native bone (zone D; used as a control). The dynamic osseointegration index (DOI) and bone quality index (BQI) with calcium/phosphorus (Ca/P) content were detected to evaluate the osseointegration quality, bone-to-implant contact (BIC), and bone density around implants. At 15 days, initial bone formation with osteoid matrix deposition and different color intensities were observed (means: BIC = 23.3% ± 3.9%; DOI = 1.55). SEM-EDX analysis showed low mineralized bone/bone marrow with a very low Ca/P mean value. At 30 days, high new bone deposition with higher color intensity in the crestal portion was recorded (BIC = 77.3% ± 0.4%; DOI = 2.58). At 90 days, tight BIC to the middle and apical implant portions were detected, as well as several osteon structures in the crestal portion (BIC = 86.4% ± 0.6%; DOI = 0.96). During all observed time periods, the BQI showed 25% more Ca/P in zone A. Greater maturation degree and lower BQI were seen at zone A compared to the other zones. After 15 and 30 days, zones B and C (except for P in zone B) showed BQIs slightly over 50% and around 75%, respectively, confirming a progressively higher degree of bone maturation that proceeds with the osseointegration process. After 90 days, the BQI values of zones B and C (greater than 70% in zone B and around 90% in zone C) confirmed the bone mineralization and maturation process and an acceleration of implant osseointegration, while a lower BQI value (25%) was recorded in zone A. This study shows osseointegration as a variable dynamic process with a higher bone deposition in contact with the implant surface during the early phase, while in the active and later osseointegration times, the bone quality maturation showed higher values only "at distance" (growth of native bone to the implant surface, observed later in the osseointegration process). After 3 months (before loading), the BQI evaluation was lower (25%) in zone A, confirming that the healing and maturation process of the bone cannot be considered complete.