This study is about the mandibular fractures in Baghdad the capital of Iraq. The epidemiology and outcomes of mandibular fractures in one of the maxillofacial departments in Baghdad had characterized in this study. The goal of this study was to classify mandibular fractures into relation to fracture age, gender and anatomical position. The study population considered 829 cases of fracture mandible in 585male and 244 females. In this file, age and gender have registered. The patient records in the Maxillofacial Department at Al-kindy Hospital in Baghdad were review and retrospectively analyze from the beginning of 2015 to the end of 2019. The p-value was found to be less than 0.05 and p < 0.001 to be highly important. They manifested that the major group of patients age was the group between 18-45 year of age for N=668 which comprises 80.58% and the age ≤ 45 year (10.62% = 88 case). Of all cases, the age group1-18 year was only 8.81% = 73 case. All these cases were different in type and severity of fractures. Mandibular fractures are very common in Iraq, with the highest rates involved in assaults, and the second cause is the RTA and the fall.