Dream About Pulling Out Teeth

Pulling Out Teeth Dream

A dream featuring your teeth being pulled out indicates that you are facing radical changes in your life. The symbolism of pulling out teeth may point how challenging the situation is in your waking life and the difficulty to let go of something important to you.


What does it mean when you dream about pulling out teeth?

A dream featuring teeth being pulled out corresponds to:

  • Moment of transition particularly difficult
  • Renewal, giving birth to something new

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Pulling out teeth in dreams: Representation of painful transitions

Dreams of having teeth pulled out may come during times of significant transition. The dream imagery symbolizes how painful or difficult the experience is for you as you go through changes.

The changes in your life may be experienced as an aggression or be emotionally painful. Perhaps it’s like extracting yourself from your comfort zone, which often comes with facing loss, challenges and disturbing emotions.

Pulled out teeth as symbols of renewal & self discovery

According to psychologist and dream analyst Carl Jung, if you dream about having a tooth or teeth pulled out and you are a woman, the dream symbolizes giving birth, either literally or symbolically such as giving birth to a new self or a project.

Your dream about pulling out teeth indicates that you are becoming more aware of your emotions. As such, it a sign that you are growing into self discovery, even if may at times feel painful.

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Pulling Out Teeth Dream

Become your own dream interpreter

Accurate dream interpretation does not require you a become a clairvoyant or psychic who can do readings to predict the future, nor an astrologer who knows how to read horoscopes and make forecasts based on your zodiac sign.

Serious dream work compels you to engage your intellect, imagination, and intuition together. It engages both sides of your brain by combining activities associated with the analytical left hemisphere and the intuitive and holistic right hemisphere. Dream interpretation is both intuitive and intellectual, and as such, it can be part of a rich process of personal development.

Unlike the predictions found in horoscopes or psychic readings, dream interpretation relies on your active participation. When you interpret your dreams, put yourself in the shoes of the dream interpreter who understands the symbols and meanings of your dreams the best.


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Note about dream interpretation

This site provides information and techniques, so you can become your own dream interpretation expert. Psychics and fortune tellers can tell you that they do readings and predict your future; astrologers look into your astrological chart to predict your horoscope; but to interpret what your dreams really mean, you ultimately need to become your own dream interpreter and “oracle”.

138 Responses to Pulling Out Teeth Dream

  • Jacqueline Moslander

    I am in the process of purchasing a new home and moving out of state. I am also having my oldest son move in with me in the new house in the new state. I have been having trials purchasing a home as the properties have either not passed inspection or appraised lower than asking price. I am on my 3rd house now and have had to pay all the inspection costs for each place. I am now awaiting the appraisal for the newest place. I have no control over the situation. I have been dreaming of pulling my own teeth out myself while living and working in a motel. it was an actual nightmare.

  • Diamond

    I had a dream last night that I was pulling my own molars put one by one with no pain at all. Then I told someone and they were telling that’s okay it seems like it’s nothing, which was really weird for me.

  • Simon

    I had a dream where two of my teeth pulled out and someone advice me to swallow them back,so I swallowed them

  • Lily

    Last night I dreamt about me pulling out my teeth… I felt that all my teeh were wobbly so I was shaking them and it just easily popped off, I did it to all of them and had no more teeth and felt a slight pain.

  • Dolker

    A day before yesterday I dreamt of a competition where we have to remove our teeth as many as possible and I was also a participant. As other participants starts removing and I was just looking at them as I don’t want to remove my teeth anyway. Others were removing 2-3 teeth and I didn’t even remove a single tooth.

  • Julie owen

    I dreampt i pulled one tooth and a tot more cane out all attaced by string came out but they weren’t my teeth.

  • Jade

    I had a weird dream,I was at the “bikini bottom” and there was a monster and her child,the child was gonna get his tooth removed but ranged so somehow in the end that mother monster pulls out my teeth in a different scene. First teeth was a molar and the second was a combination of a molar and my lower front teeth. They were combined. I then looked at a mirror and saw where they were before.

  • Aleen

    In my dream, I was brushing my teeth and then a tooth fell out. I thought it was because of the brush. When I continued brushing, other teeth, even molars, fell out.I felt that the others were all loose. I spit and there was blood all over the sink.

    In my country, If you dreamed of your tooth/ teeth falling out, a loved one will die soon… so here I am, so worried and anxious.

    • Reign

      I dreamt about im spitting blood because my tooth is shaking and I’m in a graduation so i need to go across the street and have it removed by the dentist and those dentist are flirting with me

      • Reign

        Are you from the Philippines?

      • Shane

        Last night I dreamed that all of my tooth falling out, went to my throat and I have difficulty on my breathing. I am so scared, some people have some bad interpretation. i am so bothered of my bad dream.

  • John

    I had a dream where I was pulling out my own teeth and they kept regrowing, and I would pull them out repeatedly

    • Mary

      I used to get these all the time, my molars would fall out and grow back. Now it has “escalated”. The teeth do NOT grow back anymore and now I’m losing my canines (eye teeth)! So now whenever I’m dreaming I’m still missing molars and now others are falling! I know it’s just a dream…but COME ON!

  • Jovs

    I dream about having four teeth being pulled by a veterinary, 1 teeth is located in my nose, the other two is above my front teeth and the other 1 is in between the front teeth which is the longest teeth being pulled. Why veterinarian pulled my tooth and not a dentist? Im so confused.  Hahaha

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