A kitten starts to replace its milk teeth, which it starts to meet when it is about 14 days old, with permanent ones from the age of 3.5 months. The teeth that fall out and fall into place are permanent for life. By the age of 6-8 months, all of the milk teeth change. You can see these spills in the form of bleeding at the place of teeth or teeth from time to time. The ones that have already been spilled will be replaced by new ones in a very short time. Since tartar formation may begin after 1-1.5 years of age, the need for dental cleaning may arise from time to time. When you go to the clinic for vaccinations or other procedures, your veterinarian will make the necessary checks and tell you when.
Until the age of one year, the tooth itch is intense, and he will tend to bite or gnaw at your hands, feet or anything he finds. Although it is not as easy to train cats as dogs, a firm and resolute "no" often works to thwart behavior you don't want.