My experience was a little bit worse, sorry to say.
One the teeth that was anchoring my bridge had a root canal a long time ago, and it broke off. My dentist tried to clean out my roots, but there was nothing left, so the tooth was going to have problems eventually anyway.
I had that tooth dug out, and the tooth next to it ground down for an anchor, which meant getting a new bridge.
I hope this doesn't sound like a horror story. I just want you to be prepared, just in case one of your anchor teeth has had a root canal.
Even if you've had a root canal, you might not have any problems. If you haven't, you should have any problems at all.
(Edit)The other person mentioned something about cutting the bridge. I was having mine removed because it wasn't seated right, and it hit my other teeth weirdly. If it weren't for the problem with the yucky tooth, they would have been to use the bridge over. I don't know what you're having done, but I thought I'd mention that.
[This message has been edited by clprez (edited 03-17-2003).]