I agree you can put the dog up, but I don't agree you should just have to tolerate teeth on skin.
At ten weeks my pups would have ripped all my clothes off me in a k9 crazy frenzy if I let them. But around 8- 10 weeks is when tugging on clothes is not longer cute or tolerated. Because it hurts, sets the dog up to be potentially dangerous in future, and I can't afford a whole new wardrobe. My pups would bear down and continue biting- because they are genetically wired to- if I didn't issue firm, consistent corrections and redirection for teeth on person.
Even babies can learn that biting a person is not OK and to redirect to a toy, just stop, or perform some other OB for a treat or different toy. Sit is easy, pups can learn this at 4 weeks old, move on to down, shake, spin, touch, whatever breaks the mind of the biteys. Train the pup a command when they are not in their zoomey bitey state, I use food rewards for training, then, once you have stopped the pups from biting, ask for a command, reward with food or tug, and you have a dog working with you in a way you want, not tearing your skin or clothes.
Maybe if I were only wanting my dog for sport, or hard-core working, I'd just kennel pups unless I was working them, but I'd prefer a dog that I can work and live with, and I'm not afraid to use firm but fair physical corrections on a young pup for biting. Their mom is much more severe, and the pup understands the concept of bite inhibition very very young.
Be consistent, and don't get angry. Pups are doing what they are genetically wired to do, work with it, not against it by allowing them to bite, tug appropriate items.