Rationale: Dental trauma during childhood and adolescence is a health hazard as it is commonly associated with accidents, sports activities and violence. Objectives: This study aimed to understand the characteristics and factors associated with anterior tooth trauma in the case reported in a dental college of Delhi-NCR during the 5 years (2011-2016). Methods: A retrospective cross-sectional analysis of dental records of patients of the age group of patients of age 6-13 years with anterior tooth trauma, reported in 5 years, was done, and injury-related data for permanent dentition was collected. Statistical analysis was performed using the Chi-square test(p < 0.05). Results: Ellis Type II (Enamel-dentin) fractures were the most common type (29%), followed by Ellis Class VII (24%). Permanent Maxillary central incisors were the most commonly affected teeth. Only 9% of patients reported within 4 hours of anterior tooth trauma. The prevalence rate was 55% in males and 45% in females with no statistically significant difference.