Sara Gilbert is from a Hollywood family. As Hollywood families tend to do everything from share a career to a plastic surgeon, Makemeheal.com suspects that not only does Sara act like her older siblings; she may also use plastic surgery like they do.
37-year old Sara Gilbert is best known for her role as Darlene Conner on the popular Roseanne sitcom. She currently has a recurring role on the Big Bang Theory and pops up elsewhere as well.
Although age has taken a toll on Sara’s looks, she is the younger sister of known plastic surgery fan Melissa Gilbert, giving reason to suspect that Sara has also spent time under the knife (See Make Me Heal’s story on Melissa Gilbert’s plastic surgery).
Sometime in her youth, Sara probably had nose surgery as her tip is a little smaller than it used to be. However, she seems to have held off on Botox and fillers, which could help improve her looks.
Dr. Jonathan Hall is one of the top plastic surgeons in Boston, who is know for his natural appearing results. Dr. Hall, who has not treated Sara Gilbert, says, “Well, her face has put on some weight between 1999 and 2007 (haven’t we all!). The forehead looks relaxed and the eyebrows are nicely arched, so she could have had a good treatment with Botox. A subtle volume loss under her eyes, flattening of her lips and deepening around her “parentheses” lines goes along with normal aging, and probably means that she has not had fillers yet. Her nose does look changed beyond what I might expect with aging. Tip is elevated and narrower, so she might have had a nose job.”
Although she’s no longer a sarcastic teen, Sara has remained a sarcastic type, much to the pleasure of her fans and possibly a little due to plastic surgery keeping her camera-ready.
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