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In order to uncover potential explanations for diverse clinical events, researchers have typically given more attention to tissue reactions occurring within the periodontal ligament and bone and less attention to the underlying bone density. Regional variations in jaw morphology, bone density, and other aspects of bone structure have recently attracted significant attention as potential explanations for various clinical practise variations involving tooth mobility, implant success rates, anchoring loss, and other factors. The purpose of this review is to analyse several approaches and categories that have been put out to identify bone density in a specific area and discuss its significance in the orthodontics industry. Several clinical trials and pieces of research on bone density were looked up in PubMed. The goal of this study is to synthesise the studies on mandibular and maxillary bone density. Numerous clinical studies have shown a connection between several clinical dental abnormalities and bone density. Knowing the bone density in a specific area of the oral cavity can assist the doctor determine the best location for implant placement and different anchoring augmentation strategies to boost the success rate of the procedure.