Plastic surgeon Michael Niccole first operated on his daughter Charm when she was just ten years old. He turned her outie into an innie.
The sisters, who were adopted by Dr. Niccole and his wife Penny as babies, also regularly visit their dad's Orange Country practice to get botox touch ups and face peels.
"Every other month I'll get something done to my skin," Charm told Barcroft Media. "I think Botox is important because it prevents you from getting wrinkles. I also get Botox in my armpits, which helps me stop sweating."
The two are more than happy to play the part of living billboards for their dad's clinic.
"Some people say, "Isn't it weird that your dad has seen your breasts?" and I say no," Brittani is quoted as saying. "First of all I'm his daughter and he's seen me naked when I was a baby, so really who cares?"
And the pitch seems to work.
"Almost all of our friends have had procedures done by my dad, whether that's boob jobs, liposuction, Botox or skin peels," claims Charm.
Penny, their mom, was initially reluctant to allow their daughters to undergo surgery, but eventually gave in to their demands.
When the girls began to visit their dad's clinic on a regular basis, Penny says she worried that her daughters "could become addicted to plastic surgery."
"I fought it for a long time but when I saw how much she hated her nose, I gave in again," she said.
Dr. Niccole himself never had such qualms, though he insists he is not the reason his daughters love plastic surgery.