California Plastic Surgeon Dr. Michael Niccole Operates On Own Daughters (Video)

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California-based plastic surgeon Michael Niccole first operated on her daughter Charm when she was only 10 years old, reshaping her protruding belly button.

Gawker reported since then Charm and her sister Brittani have gone under their dad's knife many times for breast augmentations and nose jobs.

The sisters, both 25 years old, were adopted by Dr. Niccole and his wife Penny as babies, have become walking advertisements for their father’s line of work, according to Barcroft Media.

"Every other month I'll get something done to my skin," said Charm. "I think Botox is important because it prevents you from getting wrinkles. I also get Botox in my armpits, which helps me stop sweating."

Some find it odd to have cosmetic procedures done by their father, but Brittani could care less about what other people think.

"Some people say, 'Isn't it weird that your dad has seen your breasts?' and I say no," Brittani reportedly said. "First of all I'm his daughter and he's seen me naked when I was a baby, so really who cares?"

Since becoming unofficial ambassadors for their dad's clinic, more and more women have gone to see Dr. Niccole for cosmetic surgery.

"Almost all of our friends have had procedures done by my dad, whether that's boob jobs, liposuction, Botox or skin peels," claims Charm.

At first, their mother Penny was hesitant to let their girls undergo surgery.

"When Brittani first told me she wanted to get implants, I fought it for a long time," Penny said. "I said, 'no we're not doing this, this is not right.'"

"I didn't want them to think they could just turn to surgery every time they didn't like something about their appearance."

But Penny eventually gave in to their requests.

"And I worried that with it being so readily available they could become addicted to plastic surgery," she adds.

Dr. Niccole himself never had a problem with it, but claims he did not influence his daughters to have surgery.

"They have grown up in an environment of beauty," he told Barcroft. "Our cars are always immaculate, our house is immaculate and all our friends are beautiful."