If hepatitis c infected blood should enter your blood stream through a fresh open wound there is a small risk of infection. Were you bleeding from the bite? The risk would be if you were bleeding and there was hepatitis c infected blood in her saliva that entered your blood stream.
If you did not have a bleeding cut there would be no means of entry for the virus.
Just for perspective, if a healthcare worker should experience an accidental needle stick involving a patient with known hepatitis C the odds of transmission are about 1.8%
With all that said, the recommend wait to check for hepatitis c after a concerning exposure is 12 weeks. If you are concerned I suggest waiting the 12 weeks after this event and be tested for hep c antibodies.
For hepatitis B I suggest you ask in that community forum. Or better yet you could ask your doctor about your risk if testing is needed and appropriate testing windows.
We here on the forums are not doctors. We are a community of patients coming here for mutual support while living with hepatitis c infection or dealing with treatment. This is primarily a support group.