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The extensive knowledge of root dentin's mechanical properties is necessary for the prediction of microstructural alterations and the teeth's deformations as well as their fracture behavior. Standardized microindentation tests were applied to apical, medial, and cervical root sections of a mandibular human first molar to determine the spatial distribution of the hard tissue's properties (indentation modulus, indentation hardness, Martens hardness, indentation creep). Using an indentationdoi:10.3390/ma14030505 pmid:33494261 fatcat:s7hnkvmrenepvebi6uwwifwobe