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Does it happen to dream about your teeth? Which might be the significance?Let’s find out.
27 Nov. 2019

Does it happen to dream about your teeth? Which might be the significance?Let’s find out.

I am sure that you have dreamt at least once about your teeth falling out or something related to your teeth. Is there a significance to these dreams? Or it is just a dream and that’s all? Let’s find out by reading this article.

When teeth appear in our dreams, they usually come as missing, falling, breaking or cracked teeth. 
Most common types of teeth dreams:

  • Dreams about broken or chipped teeth

    . These dreams may suggest that you feel insecure about yourself. This kind of dream wants to look inside us in order to do some personal improvements. You may also have concerns about your health and mortality.

  • Teeth falling out

    . These dreams could be related to all anxieties and fears you have at your job or in your relationships. An inner reflection of how we are feeling about ourselves is recommended. Losing teeth means that you feel unsupported in some way, you have problems with communication.

  • Pulling teeth

    . It may symbolize the dreamer’s fears and anxieties. If you are pulling your own teeth, it may be related to speech. This means you have difficulties in expressing your thoughts and ideas. If someone is pulling your teeth, it could mean that someone wants to take something from you.

  • Dreaming about cavities.

    These dreams may suggest that the dreamer had a hard exchange of words with a member of their family or with a co-worker.


Above you have read some interpretations of your dreams about teeth. No matter what you dream, your teeth need real care. So, in order to have healthy teeth and gums, here are some tips:

  • Brush your teeth at least twice a day, the last time before bedtime.
  • Floss. Keep in mind to use an unwaxed floss, to get between your teeth and bellow the gum line where plaque, bacteria and food particles may be find.
  • Drink plenty of water. Water does not only keep your body hydrated, but also helps wash away food and bacteria left in your mouth.
  • Tongue scarping. Use a tongue scraper to clean your tongue. This habit reduces the bacteria on your tongue, which can cause bad breath.
  • Do not forget about your regular dental check-ups. Visit your dentist at least twice a year, even if you do not have oral health issues. Also do your regular professional cleanings.
  • Eat a well-balanced diet (healthy foods, rich in vitamins, minerals, healthy drinks). Limit sugary or acidic foods and beverages.
  • Avoid tobacco as much as you can.

As a  conclusion, good oral hygiene and a well-balanced diet can assure your healthy gums and teeth. And maybe a better sleep. In case you have issues with your teeth or you need more information about anything related to dental issues or topics, do not hesitate to call Dr. Arhiri.