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LOS ANGELES-Michael Niccole, a California plastic surgeon has revealed that he gave his daughter a unique gift for her 18th birthday. Niccole admitted to ABC News that he personally performed breast implant surgery on his daughter, Brittani Nicole as a gift to her.

The father, who also has given his daughter plastic surgery on her nose and botox injections, works in Orange County at Cosmeticare Plastic Surgery Center in Newport Beach.

The New York Daily News reports:

In an earlier interview with The Orange County Register, Niccole said the day she got her breasts done was “one of the best days of my life so far.”

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

Read More At The New York Daily News

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