Hair transplant surgery is a procedure that involves simply transferring hair from one area of the scalp to the other. It is a fast and relatively painless process. The procedure involves the transfer of 1000+ grafts containing 1-4 hairs to the desired area. The donor strip is taken at the back of the head or a similar area on the patient's scalp. The normal length of the strip is between 9-12 mm wide and 75mm long. The number of donor grafts, will depend on the surgeon's recommendation. After the strip is removed, the scar will barely be seen unless the person looking at your head knows you had surgery.
The grafts are then placed in petri dishes when they are created. Surgeons usually try to mimic the pattern the patient's hair normally grows. Because of this, the hairline at the very front is usually created using micrografts that are comprised of single-hair follicles. For the big areas though, the minigrafts can hold up to 4 hair follicles at a time.
Other people use the Mantis Transplanter for detailed procedures such as dental manufacturing, sample dissection and handling. This device is even being used for quality control and assurance. Even without an eyepiece, this tool will give you a great stereo image that will allow the user to select a magnification from 2 - 10 times the normal image.
The design is ergonomic meaning there is less back and eyestrain to view the high-resolution images provided by the Mantis Microscope. Since this is the case, people who use the Mantis Microscope can work efficiently and comfortably for long periods of time compared to those using a regular binocular microscope. The Mantis is especially efficient when working with highly detailed procedures needing high attention to detail.