If your bridge is an old porcelain fused to metal it can be repaired if the fracture is small and not in the biting area. Most of the time the repaired will not last too long if you're not very careful. It may be time to think of getting an implant and 2 individual crowns to avoid any more bridge fractures.
Dr. Brandon Nicholson, D.D.S.
This would really depend on how and where the bridge is broken, the material the bridge is made from, and how severely broken it is. Typically, if a bridge is fractured, it would need to be removed and remade, but the best course of action would be to be seen for further evaluation and treatment options.