Congenital, incomplete facial paralysis on the left. This 12-year-old female patient showed no symptoms of the eye complex with a good eyelid closure and preserved blinking reflex. However, she complained about a lack of control of the corner of her mouth when smiling and laughing and a flaccid cheek. During facial expression, her symmetry worsened dramatically (left picture). After transplantation of a small free muscle from the thigh, smiling is restored. The symmetry of facial expressions is significantly improved and self-confidence is strengthened. Her smile is captivating.