Watch as Kate shows off her round and shapely derriere after undergoing the Colombian Hi-Def Butt Lift.
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The Results of the Colombian Hi-Def Butt Lift Dr. Andrew Ordon: Dr. Broadway and Kate are here with us today. And Kate, it’s been about two week’s right? Kate: Right. Dr. Andrew Ordon: And how are you doing? Kate: You know, I'm doing great I feel great. Dr. Andrew Ordon: No, easier to sit now. Kate: A little easier to sit, I couldn’t for about a week but that was a little journey. At first it hurt there were some discomfort in that. Dr. Andrew Ordon: Whenever we do anything on that part of the body as I mentioned earlier on, you will be a little bit sore but I’m sure it will be well worth it down the line. So tell us about Hi-Def Vaser. Dr. David Broadway: Well Hi-Def Vaser is a technique where we actually try to sculpt the body more. Liposuction in the past is just been reducing volume, making the abdomen thinner for instance but today what we’re using is the muscles underneath, the bony structure to actually give a three-dimensional look. And it’s a lot of fun, it's— Dr. Andrew Ordon: So show us the instrument. The old days of liposuction which is basically a tube that loosen up the fat and sucked it out you're doing a lot more now. Dr. David Broadway: Exactly, well this is one of the older cannulas that we used to use. And you can see how it’s pretty big and traumatic. But today we’re able to use a smaller cannula and this is the one that we used on Kate. We first break the fat up with the ultrasound. The ultrasound sort of breaks the cement between the fat cells. And then it changes the structure of the fat to something much easier to work with, instead of chopping a lot of wood block. Now we’re working on butter, so actually now I can sculpt the fat much more easily, much more precisely and give more definition. Dr. Andrew Ordon: And again this has an ultrasonic component to it. So, you're also getting skin tightening, skin redrapping, lifting of sorts at the same time. And I saw in the pictures, the quality of the fat that you’ve retrieved that you’ve put in the right place for Kate is much better quality with this technique. Dr. David Broadway: It's much easier to work with too. It didn’t have the little chunks and pieces. It's really smooth. It’s almost like a milk shake almost so you can really control where the fat— Dr. Andrew Ordon: Where did you find all of this fat on Kate? She doesn’t look that big. I'm sure you had to search pretty well because I know that you actually remove like a quarter and a half of fat right? Dr. David Broadway: Well we took about a pound and a half of fat. Dr. Andrew Ordon: And you can show what that comes out too a little bit— Dr. David Broadway: And this is how much fat we took from here. Dr. Andrew Ordon: And normally, that’s what we do. We love working with this stuff. Dr. David Broadway: That’s right. Dr. Andrew Ordon: So where did you take the fat from on her body? Dr. David Broadway: Well we actually took it a number of places. We took it from the inner thigh here. And also her knees and then I’m going to spin this around and here on the backside we took it from the inner thigh and the knees as well. But the difference between standard liposuction and what we did with her is we’re trying to bring the muscles out here and I actually create the little dimples that you see here drawn. And we took the fat out here and here. Once we got the fat out, we were able to put the fat back in both deep into the muscle layer and also into the fatty layer in this area. And she had a lot of fullness here and here, and a depression in between, so she sort to have this violin look. Dr. Andrew Ordon: Right, right. Dr. David Broadway: So we took this fat away, this fat away and we added fat here and we added fat back over here. Dr. Andrew Ordon: In the so called trochanter there. Dr. David Broadway: Exactly. Dr. Andrew Ordon: Where you have that depression. Dr. David Broadway: Exactly. Dr. Andrew Ordon: And we’ve find the couple of things and putting the fat into t
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