Teeth Falling Out Dream Interpretation: You Will Smile Again When This is Over

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You probably landed on this blog post because you had a dream about losing your teeth. What on earth could such a disturbing dream mean?

Anxiety dreams about losing control are very common and are often accompanied by thoughts related to the real world. It might be a way of processing emotions you experienced during the day or for some time.

Many anxiety dreams involve losing things – even body parts! For example, dreams about your teeth falling out. In such a case, anxiety dreams are extremely unpleasant.

Teeth falling out are associated with fear of change. It’s an indication that you’re in a whole new stage of life, and are processing problems that have been lurking in your subconscious for a long time. You may be experiencing stressful events that you haven’t been able to grasp yet.

What does it mean to dream about losing teeth?

As you know, dreams can have hidden messages, hidden connections to your waking life, and carry hints about your true feelings. The emotions you internalize because there is no good outlet for them in your waking life.

I think you recently went through a big shift in your life, and you are terrified of it.

Have you “lost your smile” symbolically speaking? How often do you laugh daily? If not, You should consider carefully why – and what you can do about it.

I used to have dreams about losing my teeth when I was a teenager. It’s one of the dreams that has left a lasting impression on me.

In these dreams, I’m not worried about my teeth though. I’m worried about losing control of the things I take for granted. The chilling realization that my teeth just dropped out of my mouth, I am a monster now! It is discusting. I feel chocked, empty and damaged.

Will I ever get my smile back? Will things ever be as they were before?

The dreams about losing teeth, I believe, are paradoxically about being stuck, and therefore losing things.

I don’t mind anxiety dreams that much anymore as they remind me to slow down. Some anxiety dreams are difficult to say out loud because they don’t really make sense or don’t reflect your current circumstances.

You might feel stuck in life, not being able to live freely. Don’t worry, things will improve eventually. Focus on one day at a time, fixing small issues. After a year you will have accomplished so much, and your environment will be a lot more suiting for you.


You may say I'm a dreamer, but I'm not the only one. I believe your dreams convey your most deeply guarded secrets and simply put - is a way of you helping yourself grow and overcome difficulties.

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