Plastic surgeon turns daughters into Barbie dolls

Charm (left) and Brittani Niccole. (VIDEO SCREENSHOT)

Charm (left) and Brittani Niccole. (VIDEO SCREENSHOT)

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, Last Updated: 4:18 PM ET

Dr. Michael Niccole takes pride in his profession and the spoils of his work can be seen in his children. The Orange County plastic surgeon has operated on his adopted 25-year-old daughters multiple times over the years, according to a video by Barcroft Media.

Daughter Brittani says in the video her first surgery was breast augmentation after she finished high school at 18. Then she got a nose job right before her 21st birthday and started Botox injections at the age of 22.

Meanwhile, her sister Charm got her navel changed from an outie to an innie when she was just 10. She went on to get facials and face peels while still in high school, moved onto Botox in her early 20s and got her own breast work done this year.

"I work out like a fanatic, so constantly, being in like a sports bra and workout clothes, I also noticed my breasts got a lot smaller," Charm explains in the video, "and I lost a lot of volume in them. After having my procedure done on my breasts, I feel great, very happy. They're perfect. Thanks, Dad."

As Brittani adds later on: "(In) Orange County, like, getting your breasts done is basically like getting a teeth cleaning."

Website Gawker describes the pair as "living billboards" for their father's clinic and he appears to agree.

"I'm often asked do I feel that my daughters are good ambassadors for my line of work and I would say 'Absolutely, yes,'" the doctor says in the video.

During the video, Brittani and Charm visit their father's clinic to get Botox. Brittani hopes to prevent wrinkles from forming on her face in the future, while Charm receive the treatment in her armpits to reduce sweating.

Their mother Penny says she fought for a long time against her daughters getting plastic surgery:

"I didn't want them, every time, something bothered them, they could be running to have surgery." But she adds, "I feel they won't become addicted. They take care of themselves, so I don't see it. But, at my age, they might be looking around for a few things."


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