The purpose of this study was to determine the prevalence of dental anomalies and the study of the participants based on age, gender, ethnicity, presence, type of anomaly, and systematic conditions. 385 Saudi, as well as non-Saudi patients’ records, were examined by our group. This sample had been selected based on convenient sampling. Patients 18 or more years of age groups were included in this study with both Saudis and Non-Saudis being included. The findings of the investigation show that 47.8% of those tested had normal teeth, whereas 52.2% had at least one dental anomaly. The most prevalent dental anomalies among the study's participants were impactions (59.7%), congenitally missing teeth (24.9%), and dilacerations (11.65%). The study also identifies cases of other dental anomalies, including ectopic eruption (1%), odontoma (5.5%), and taurodontism (2.2%). The most common dental anomalies found were impactions, congenitally missing teeth, and dilacerations. However, no statistically significant association was observed when comparing the findings based on gender and nationality.