Losing your teeth


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By Rhiannon on Monday, November 22, 1999 - 12:58 pm:

    Supposedly this is one of the most common things to dream about.

    Last night I had yet another teeth-falling-out dream. I dreamt I was wearing some kind of retainer, and when I took it out my teeth were all loose. I was looking in the mirror, touching my tongue to my two upper front teeth and one just fell out. It didn't even look like a tooth, more like a piece of wood. I got really upset (which is my usual reaction in these dreams) and started planning how I would get to the dentist.

    Then the neat part: when I looked in the mirror again, I saw a new tooth growing in its place. So I wasn't upset anymore. That's the first time a tooth-losing dream has had a happy ending.


    Then I had an extremely realistic dream about eating spaghetti. It was so realistic I could feel the slipperiness of the spaghetti as it slid between my lips and also I could taste that the sauce was too bland and needed some cheese. I never had a dream in which I could taste before last night -- usually the only senses involved in my dreams are sight, sound, and touch -- so I thought that was kind of neat.


By Patrick on Monday, November 22, 1999 - 01:12 pm:

    i had a dream recently where my wife and i fell off and overpass, i remember vividly falling forward in the car looking at the pavement below thinking ok honey i love you... this is it, but we hit ice, water or something that broke our fall and we continued driving........this is common for people in la to have wild automobile dreams....


By Sarah on Monday, November 22, 1999 - 09:32 pm:

    i have dreams about my teeth falling out or being really loose a lot. i'm glad to hear it's a common dream.

    i've been having eerily psychic dreams about my friend god these days. do you ever have a dream about someone, and then call them up the next day and they tell you something happened to them that was exactly or nearly exactly what you dreamt about? it doesn't happen to me with anyone except him.


By Gee on Tuesday, November 23, 1999 - 01:15 am:

    I've dreamed about biting into things and feeling my teeth shatter as I did so, but never about them just Falling out.

    I'm afraid of having my teeth fall out. When I was a little girl I never brushed my teeth, so when I got older and told myself it was important, I became paranoid about it.


By semillama on Tuesday, November 23, 1999 - 05:13 pm:

    i had a dream with the Muldoons in it a while back, and some of my teeth just started to fall out of my gums and fill my mouth after a took a drink from a water fountain. I vividly remember how a mouthful of teeth feels.


By NZAngel on Tuesday, November 23, 1999 - 10:55 pm:

    I have had psychic dreams, but they usually don't happen for quite a while. 2-3 years is the typical time lag between when I dream something and when it happens.

    I write down all the dreams I can remember now, so I'll be able to look back if they come true and see when I dreamed them.

    Lately my dreams have been like watching a movie - not things that will happen to me, more strange (I was an alien the other night).


By Rhiannon on Tuesday, December 14, 1999 - 10:32 am:

    I had this extremely realistic dream last night. I dreamt I was sitting on the grass behind this building on campus (actually, now that I think about it, the building doesn't exist, but I didn't realize it in my dream). I was eating french fries from a paper plate and trying to figure out if I was dreaming or not. I noticed that I could actually taste the french fries and feel how soft they were, and then I stood up and ran my hand against the stucco wall of the building and I could feel the rough texture of the wall under my fingers. The paint on the wall would flake off and i would rub the flakes between my fingers and say to myself, "well, if I were dreaming I wouldn't be able to feel this, would I?" My mind was so clear, too. I really felt like I was awake. It was weird.


By Patrick on Tuesday, December 14, 1999 - 01:26 pm:

    did nate share his mushrooms with you?


By Rhiannon on Tuesday, December 14, 1999 - 01:58 pm:

    I don't need mushrooms. I hallucinate enough on my own.


By semillama on Wednesday, December 15, 1999 - 02:08 pm:

    YEAAH!!!!


By sarah on Thursday, July 11, 2002 - 12:56 am:


    i have been having a lot of teeth rotting and teeth falling out dreams lately, again. i have them about once a week or more. perhaps i am grinding my teeth in my sleep. maybe it's because i'm about 6 months overdue for a cleaning. they are terrible dreams, very vivid and realistic.




By Tooth fairy on Wednesday, May 21, 2003 - 06:42 pm:

    last night i dreamed i was eating a giant marshmallow.when i woke up,my pillow was gone.


By Colm on Sunday, August 1, 2004 - 02:16 pm:

    i dreamt my 2 front teeth fell out what does it mean?


By Sleepwalker on Sunday, November 14, 2004 - 07:44 pm:

    Losing your teeth in your dream, basically means that you are concious about how you look and how <a href="http://www.ntsearch.com/search.php?q=people&v=56">people</a> percieve you. I have dreamt it myself and i made a point of looking on the net to figure out what it ment.


By Rob on Monday, January 3, 2005 - 11:36 am:

    I've often had dreams my teeth was falling out of my mouth. And the truth is... every time that happened, someone I knew died. Whenever you dream your teeth are falling out of your mouth, it usually means someone or someone you know, is about to pass away (die). I am always upset whenever I have these dreams, because I know itís never a good thing. Sometimes these dreams can also indicate a disaster is coming. For instance, about three days before the towers fell, I had a dream an ocean of blood was careening through my mouth. My teeth were melting from my gums and I woke up terrorized of the dream noted. A couple of days later, the towers were falling. This is not theory or made up suggestions such as, teeth falling out of mouth may indicate the assimilation or lack of Knowledge, sex, insomnia etc. These are bogus suggestions of such dreams in my opinion. Understand that whenever you dream your teeth are falling out of your mouth it is not a good thing. Do yourself a favor and start praying itís none of your friends or family members. This is the truth about people who dream their teeth are falling out of their mouth. I am living proof of what these dreams indicate. Every time I dream of my teeth falling someone dies, It never fails.


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