Plastic Surgeon Gave Daughter Breast Implants [VIDEO]

In Beauty by Wendy Michaels , on Thursday, February 23, 2012, 10:26 AM (PST)
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Father Does Breast Implant Surgery on Teen Daughter

Well this is disturbing.

A surgeon gave his daughter breast implants when she was 18.

Creepy or what?

California plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Niccole performed the breast augmentation surgery on his daughter, Brittani, now 23, when she was 18.

Read: Model Claims Breast Implants Swelled and Exploded

Dr. Niccole, founder of the CosmetiCare Plastic Surgery Center in Newport Beach, Calif., also gave Brittani a rhinoplasty and gave his other daughter, Charm, an "innie" belly button when she was 10.

The good doctor has also performed plastic surgery on other family members -- nothing like keeping it in the family.

Both of his daughters are adopted, but I'm not sure that makes much of a difference on the scale of creepiness.

In his defense, Dr. Niccole says, "Who would give them the time -- that extra little look during surgery more than I would?"

Ah, the love of a father.

In a new 20/20 special on extreme plastic surgery, Brittani explains that she wanted implants to "build my self esteem."

Yeah, fake boobs ought to do the trick.

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

Read: LeAnn Rimes Slideshow (Photos)

To add to that insanity, both Brittani and her sister, who is also 23, get regular Botox injections to prevent wrinkles (you know, because they're so old) and they have had other cosmetic procedures as well.

The good daddy doctor maintains that his girls are just getting "maintenance" work, explaining, "I'm not changing their looks in any means. They want maintenance. They don't want to get old. They want to stay young."

Sounds like some therapy may be in order here as well.

Check out the 20/20 special "The Cutting Edge" on Friday at 10 p.m. and watch the Barbara Walters video below where she talks about extreme plastic surgery.




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