US plastic surgeon gave daughter 'bigger boobs' on her 18th b'day

   Feb 24, 2:39 pm

New York, Feb 24 (ANI): An American plastic surgeon has revealed that he gave her daughter breast implants on her 18th birthday .

Michael Niccole, who runs the Cosmeticare Plastic Surgery Center in Newport Beach, California, made his revelation on ABC's '20/20.'

"I have no qualms. I feel very comfortable in surgery, and I always have with relatives," the New York Daily News quoted the surgeon as saying.

His daughter, Brittani Niccole, who is now 23 and working as a model in Las Vegas, said that she loves her C-cups.

"I didn't have large breasts when I was younger, and all my friends did. I felt very self-conscious about it," she said.

The father and daughter were interviewed as part of a piece about teenagers getting cosmetic surgery.

Niccole also got a nose job from her dad about a week before she turned 21.

Michael also admitted that he has operated on other relatives.

The doc said he turned the "outtie" belly button of his other adopted daughter, 23-year-old Charm, into an "innie" when she was ten.

"Who would give them the time - that extra little look during surgery more than I would?" the surgeon said.

Michael said he also gives the girls regular Botox injections to keep them wrinkle-free.

"I'm not changing their looks in any means. They want maintenance. They don't want to get old. They want to stay young," he said.

The "Cutting Edge" special airs today on ABC at 10 p.m. (ANI)

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