No chance....it is definate! Proper maintenance of the timing belt is essential here! And, be especially careful when servicing the belt to keep everything properly in time. It doesn't take much of a bump from the piston to bend the valve.
broken timing belts almost always bend your valves, just dont take it to a dealer, dodge wanted 1800$ to say, "unbend" my valves on a neon, yeah I just replaced the engine for 900$ before I got the focus.
One of my friends has a turboed Civic hatch. He was cruising down the highway, and about 20-30 teeth was sheared off the belt. He bent every valve in his head. I have one of his exhaust valves right in front of me. Luckily his head wasn't messed up.
I know about bending valves in this car. Yes it will happen if your timing belt; 1. Breaks, or 2. Skips a few teeth. It may be a 90k replacement item, but if you have the time and ability...probably cahnge it a bit sooner to be safe.