The video shows the cyclical deflection of the titanium shock absorbers for bridge prosthetics with forces acting upon them. If the force is acting the spring travel increases by 20 micrometers. If the force subsides the titanium shock absorber goes back into its starting position (repulsion) or the value zero.
This graphic shows an implant without the titanium shock absorber in a bridge connection with a natural tooth. The movability of the tooth causes the chewing forces to act as a lever on the rigid implant situation.