"The only thing that Sophia has mentioned that she wanted was cosmetic dentistry, like I have," Farrah said, clarifying that her daughter wants Veneers.
When asked how old Sophia would have to be -- in her mother's eyes -- to undergo the procedure, Farrah said the decision wasn't up to her.
"It's not really my eyes, it's like health codes and what's legal," she said. "The law for that in Texas, where we move back and forth through, is I believe 16 for her to have her cosmetic dentistry done to her teeth."
When TooFab asked Sophia, who was present for the interview, if she wanted to be like her mom when she grew up, Farrah interjected: "Sophia's gonna be better than her mom!"
"Better than my mom," Sophia repeated with a smile.
Regarding her recent exit from the MTV reality series that made her famous, Farrah simply said, "Thank God." But just because Farrah's done with "Teen Mom" doesn't mean she's done with reality TV altogether.
"I think reality TV loves me, I always will love reality TV," she said. "I'm so well-known and so great in that, but I also know after 10 years of doing something, it's just natural progression to keep growing -- producing, directing, screenwriting, filming. I just want progression."