- Not a substitute for professional veterinary help.
Like human babies, kittens are born without any teeth protruding through their gums (mother cat probably appreciates that). Kitten teeth don’t start erupting until they’re around 3 weeks old. And, just like human babies, they don’t pop out all at once.
Kitten baby teeth—otherwise known as deciduous teeth, primary teeth, or milk teeth—will arrive, and fall out, at different stages of your kitten’s development.