As with all prostheses, dental or otherwise, there can be problems, even recurring problems inherent in the product itself. There are certain things that will happen in time to dental bridges that are simply due to the wear and tear of everyday use. This of course is outside of the realm of the bridge being poorly manufactured, or having some issues relating to its structural integrity. If you have been given a faulty bridge the problems in it should become evident quickly, and the technician who made it will make you another one, usually free of charge. Let us now turn our attention towards the frequently occurring inevitable problems that can be expected from wearing dental bridges.