Objective This study aims to analyze and summarize the clinical characteristics of supernumerary teeth in the upper incisor area, and provide a reference for its diagnosis and treatment. Methods A total of 458 patients were collected from the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Hospital of Stomatology, Hebei Medical University. Herein, their age, sex, number of supernumerary teeth, direction, reasons, anesthesia methods, and operation time were statistically analyzed using the SPSS21.0 software package. Results There were 710 supernumerary teeth in 458 patients with an average age of (8.64±4.31) years, and the male-to-female ratio was 3.63:1. The number of children is the largest with 387 cases (84.50%). A total of 231 cases (50.44%) had two supernumerary teeth and 218 cases (47.60%) had one supernumerary tooth. A total of 362 (50.99%) were in an inverted position. Among the clinical manifestations, 153 cases (33.41%) were found by unintentional imaging examination. Meanwhile, 390 cases (85.15%) chose general an-esthesia. The mean operation time was (23.42±13.95) min. There was no statistical difference observed in the number, direction, and eruption state of the supernumerary teeth between different sexes (P>0.05). There was no significant difference in the number of supernumerary teeth among different age groups (P>0.05). However, there were significant differences observed in the direction and eruption status of supernumerary teeth among different age groups (P<0.05). Conclusion The supernumerary teeth in the upper incisor area are more common in childhood, and the incidence of male teeth is higher than that of female teeth, which are often found accidentally by patients, particularly one or two teeth, mainly in an inverted position.