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Announcer:
And now, you may be able to get rid of that unsightly cellulite . . . for good.

Announcer:
Our Special Report on seven news at six.

Announcer:
There is a new procedure that promises to get rid of cellulite for good.

Announcer:
And certainly this hits women more than men . . . we're talking CELLULITE. But a new procedure actually promises to get rid of it.

Announcer:
Hot fudge sundaes, crispy french fries, gooey greasy pizza . . . all look wonderful to eat,

Announcer:
but horrible when they end up on our bodies as cellulite.

Announcer:
And it can happen to anyone, even former beauty queens like Gabriella Compton.

Reporter:
When you look in the mirror, what do you see?

Compton:
Cellulite does bother me a lot. I see a little problem in the buttocks area and in the back of my legs.

Reporter:
Lots of things claim to get rid of cellulite,

Reporter:
Gabriela has tried them all.

Compton:
I've tried exercise, I've tried creams. I've tried pills also and nothing works.

Reporter:
But now, there is a new procedure that promises to get rid of cellulite for good. It's going on right now behind these doors. Follow us and we'll show you how it works.

Reporter:
The technique is called RejuveSkin. People from all over are coming to Dr. Stephen Giunta in Alexandria, Virginia to have it done.

Reporter:
With Gabriella under light sedation, Dr. Giunta first takes fat from her body.

Reporter:
Once it's removed, he takes a small, semi-sharp instrument and scrapes it back and forth right underneath the skin.

Dr. Giunta:
Breaking it where it is attached to the skin, I've found is the key to the operation.

Reporter:
Once that's done, the fat that was sucked out of the body (is treated) and put back in.

Reporter:
Over time, the skin contracts and tightens up, eliminating cellulite.

Reporter:
Have you ever seen it not work?

Dr. Giunta:
Some people it works better than others. I've had one individual, for some reason, the fat grafting has not taken . . . one out of about 70 or 80 cases.

Reporter:
How long does it last?

Dr. Giunta:
As far as we know, it's permanent, once the grafts take and develop their own circulation.

Compton:
Two or three days after, you feel a little discomfort . . . very minimum.

Reporter:
It's been a month since Gabriella had cellulite surgery,

Reporter:
And even though she's not fully healed, and some bruising remains . . .

Reporter:
She already feels more confident strolling down the beach.

Compton:
The results I've seen until now, I'm very satisfied with.

 

 

 



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