Scrubs star's cosmetic surgery uncovered

Scrubs' actress Christa Miller appears to have had cosmetic surgery, according to celebrity plastic surgery site, Make Me Heal.

The 44-year-old, who is best known for playing Jordan Sullivan in the hit US sitcom, has often joked about getting Botox on screen, but it also looks like she's a frequent user of the wrinkle relaxing injections off screen too.

In addition, it's suspected that she may have cheek implants, as well as fillers injected into her lips to make them look fuller. What's more, the openness of her eyes indicates that she may have had eyelid surgery too.

The site quotes Dr. Tony Youn - a popular celebrity cosmetic surgery blogger - who said: "It appears to me that she has had her lips injected with a filler, likely Restylane, and she may have had fat grafting to her cheeks or possibly cheek implants.

"She also appears to have been Botox'ed and had a blepharoplasty, opening up her upper eye lids."

Scrubs revolves around the lives of a group of doctors and nurses at Sacred Heart Hospital, including cosmetic surgeon Dr. Todd Quinlan. It is currently set to enter its last series.

In the future, it's expected that Miller may appear on Cougar Town, a new project by her husband, Scrubs-creator Bill Lawrence. The new show will star ex-Friends actress Courtney Cox, who has also professed to using Botox in the past.