72-year-old patient with incomplete facial paralysis on the right. He complained of a severe inflammation of the conjunctiva of the right eye (conjunctivitis), chronic tearing (epiphora), and a pronounced lower eyelid ectropion. Furthermore, he suffered from blurred speech and oral incontinence. By introducing a platinum weight into the upper lid and a lower lid reconstruction, a complete eye closure could be restored. In a second procedure, a temporalis muscle transfer (Labbe operation) was performed. As a result, the gentleman can now again (by biting) smile and control the right corner of his mouth. The symmetry of rest has also improved. A future intervention is planned to improve the position of the eyebrows.