The forehead encompasses one-third of the face and can be subjected to trauma. Forehead reconstruction is mainly done for defects because of trauma or tumor removal, or replacement of skin and the bony structure. The cost of forehead reconstruction surgery depends upon various factors, so consulting an experienced surgeon can help to review each of the costs. Read more: How Much Does Forehead Reconstruction Cost? Article
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Postsurgical fatigue is normal and is due to a variety of factors. Depression, stress, and anxiety may produce fatigue. Sleep deficits, certain medications, anemia, blood loss, fasting, and loss of electrolytes and minerals associated with surgery can also produce fatigue. Exercise, physical exertion, aging, and the overall health status of patients are additional factors that play a role in making people feel tired after surgery.