Did Sara Ramirez Have Plastic Surgery? Everything You Need To Know!

Boob job, nose job, and botox – there is no shortage of opportunities for plastic surgery. What plastic surgeries has Sara Ramirez gotten? Sure the actor already looks fantastic, which cosmetic surgery measures has she taken?

Short Bio

Sara was born August 31, 1975 in Mazatlan, Mexiko. She has mixed Mexican-Irish ancestry. Ramirez married her long-term boyfriend Ryan DeBolt in 2012. Her most famous roles is Dr. Callie Torres on TV show Grey’s Anatomy. She’s also very active as a singer. Ramirez once posed for Shape Magazine, wearing tight blue mini dress that nicely highlighted her curves and had only sheer fabric over her full cleavage.

Sara Ramirez's Plastic Surgeries

Whether it's classical cosmetic enhancements like a boob job or more obscure things like eyelid surgery, here is a list of all the known plastic surgeries Sara Ramirez has done:

Sara Ramirez - Cosmetic Procedures
Nose JobN/A
Boob JobNo
Breast ReductionN/A
Butt ImplantsN/A
Butt LiftN/A
Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty)N/A

Plastic Surgery Pics

Check out these pictures of Sara Ramirez. Is there any plastic surgery involved?

Looking gorgeous: Sara Ramirez knows how to strike a pose. She doesn't need any plastic surgery to look enchanting.
Admirable: Regardless of whether or not plastic surgery is involved, Sara Ramirez has the face of an angel.

Quotes by Sara Ramirez

"Theater feeds my heart and soul."

Sara Ramirez

"There is a large group that's not represented on television - the group that falls somewhere in the middle of straight and gay. That group is looked down on, because people say, 'You can't be in-between. You have to pick one or the other.'"

Sara Ramirez

"Adoption is a global issue these days - it's certainly current - and it's encouraging for a lot of couples whether they're straight or gay."

Sara Ramirez

"The reality shows are getting worse and worse. They're out of control and have been for some time."

Sara Ramirez

"My mom brought me up by herself, so I was a latchkey kid. I would walk myself back from school and spent a lot of time at home alone, watching TV. There weren't a lot of Latinas - or any women of color. And the ones I saw were usually presented as stereotypes or treated like jokes."

Sara Ramirez