A modern hair transplant operation involves the transfer of about 1500 grafts to the treated region of the head. Each graft contains about 1 to 4 hair follicles. These grafts of hair are taken from a contributor strip detached from the back of the patient's skull. This band is normally between 9mm and 12mm broad and about 75mm in length, with the dimensions depending on the number of contributor grafts required. As soon as the strip is detached, the resulting scar/wound is clogged and becomes invisible to all but the most detailed examination. Once the grafts are created they are kept in a dish and are ready for transplant by a surgeon.
Around the world, the Mantis Elite Transplanter is a very popular key to low magnification screening requirements for everyday jobs such as dental make up, sample handling, classification, inspection, superiority checking responsibilities, and other functions. This instrument boasts of 'eyepieceless technology' while at the same time providing a high resolution image with user-selectable magnification from 2x to 10x. This feature makes it easy to use, especially for operators who wear glasses or contact lenses.
This tool is a good combination of ergonomic design since it permits optimal posture as well as optical presentation to deliver high precision images compared to a regular binocular microscope. The Mantis Microscope works effectively and is easy to use for extended periods. This is really a very useful attribute for unscrambling follicular units during the hair transplant surgery.