Rushewar hakori

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Rushewar haƙori, wanda kuma aka sani da caries na haƙori ko cavities, rushewar haƙora ne sakamakon acid ɗin da ƙwayoyin cuta ke yi.[1] Cavities na iya zama adadin launuka daban-daban daga rawaya zuwa baki.[2] Alamun na iya haɗawa da ciwo da wahala tare da cin abinci.[2][3] Matsalolin na iya haɗawa da kumburin nama a kusa da hakori, asarar haƙori, da kamuwa da cuta ko samuwar ƙurji.[2][4]

Dalilin cavities shine acid daga kwayoyin cuta suna narkar da kyallen hakora (enamel, dentin da siminti).[5] Bakteriya ne ke samar da acid a lokacin da suka karya tarkacen abinci ko sukari a saman hakori.[5] Sauƙaƙan sugars a cikin abinci sune tushen makamashi na farko na ƙwayoyin cuta don haka rage cin abinci mai yawan sukari mai sauƙi abu ne mai haɗari.[5] Idan rushewar ma'adinai ya fi girma fiye da ginawa daga tushe kamar miya, sakamakon caries.[5] Abubuwan haɗari sun haɗa da yanayin da ke haifar da ƙarancin miya kamar: ciwon sukari mellitus, ciwon Sjögren da wasu magunguna.[5] Magungunan da ke rage samar da miya sun hada da antihistamines da antidepressants.[5] Haka kuma ciwon hakori yana da alaƙa da talauci, rashin tsaftace baki, da ja da baya wanda ke haifar da fallasa tushen haƙora.[1][6]

Rigakafin caries na hakori ya haɗa da tsaftace hakora akai-akai, rage cin abinci mai ƙarancin sukari, da ƙananan adadin fluoride.[3][5] Ana ba da shawarar goge haƙora sau biyu a rana da kuma yin walƙiya tsakanin haƙora sau ɗaya a rana.[5][1] Ana iya samun fluoride daga ruwa, gishiri ko man goge baki a tsakanin sauran hanyoyin.[3] Yin maganin caries na haƙori na uwa na iya rage haɗari a cikin 'ya'yanta ta hanyar rage adadin wasu kwayoyin cutar da za ta iya yadawa gare su.[5] Nunawa na iya haifar da ganowa a baya.[1] Dangane da girman lalacewa, ana iya amfani da magunguna daban-daban don mayar da haƙori zuwa aikin da ya dace ko kuma a iya cire haƙori.[1] Babu wata hanyar da aka sani don girma da yawa na hakori.[7] Samuwar magani sau da yawa yana da talauci a cikin ƙasashe masu tasowa.[3] Ana iya ɗaukar paracetamol (acetaminophen) ko ibuprofen don jin zafi.[1]

A duk duniya, kusan mutane biliyan 3.6 (kashi 48 na yawan jama'a) suna da haƙoran haƙora a cikin haƙoransu na dindindin kamar na 2016.[8] Hukumar Lafiya ta Duniya ta ƙiyasta cewa kusan dukkan manya suna da caries na hakori a wani lokaci.[3] A cikin haƙoran jarirai yana shafar kusan mutane miliyan 620 ko kashi 9% na yawan jama'a.[9] Sun zama ruwan dare gama gari a cikin yara da manya a cikin 'yan shekarun nan.[10] Cutar ta fi kamari a kasashen da suka ci gaba saboda yawan amfani da sukari cikin sauki da kuma rashin samun sauki a kasashe masu tasowa.[1] Caries shine Latin don "lalata".[4]

Manazarta[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

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